IRC Commands

Fantasy Commands

Fantasy commands allows you to use simple shortcuts in place of many of the NickServ, ChanServ, and BotServ commands. The available commands are listed below; to use them, just type the command indicated (for instance, For more information on a specific command, type !help command. The Fantasy commands are arranged in xxx areas:

Using Fantasy Commands

To use Fantasy commands, you first have to turn on the option, using this command:

/msg botserv set #channel fantasy on

For instance, if I wanted to turn on Fantasy commands in #topgear, I’d use this command:

/bs set #topgear fantasy on

Once Fantasy commands are turned on, you can use any of the commands below, as long as you have the proper access. In other words, you cannot kick someone if you’re not a hop or op on the channel.

General Commands

 

  • !HELP
     Syntax: !HELP
     
     Help for BotServ fantasy commands
     
    
  • !CMDLIST
     Syntax: !CMDLIST
     
      A list of all available fantasy commands
     
    
  • !IRCOPS
     Syntax: !IRCOPS
     
      Shows a list of all available global IRCops in the Status Window
     
    
  • !STAFF
     Syntax: !STAFF
     
      Shows a list of all available global IRCops in the Status Window
     
    
  • !MINFO
     Syntax: !MINFO
     
     Shows information about the module providing the brunt 
     of the fantasy commands.
     
    
  • !SVERSION
     Syntax: !SVERSION
     
     Shows information about the Anope IRC Services version 
     and build.
     
    
  • !INFO
     Syntax: !INFO [ALL]
     
      Shows information about the channel. 
     The 'all' option is limited to founders and Services Admins.
     
    

 

Access Control Commands

 

  • !SOP
     Syntax: !SOP add nick
             !SOP del {nick | entry-num | list}
             !SOP list [mask | list]
             !SOP clear
     
     Maintains the SOP (SuperOP) list for the channel.
     The SOP list gives users all rights given by the AOP list, and adds
     those needed to use the AutoKick and the BadWords lists,
     to send and read channel memos, and so on.
      
     This command may have been disabled for your channel, and
     in that case you need to use the access list. See HELP ACCESS
     for information about the access list, and HELP SET XOP to know how
     to toggle between the access list and xOP list systems.
     
    
  • !AOP
     Syntax: !AOP add nick
             !AOP del {nick | entry-num | list}
             !AOP list [mask | list]
             !AOP clear
     
     Maintains the AOP (AutoOP) list for the channel.
     The AOP list gives users the right to be auto-opped on your channel,
     to unban or invite themselves if needed, to have their
     greet message showed on join, and so on.
      
     This command may have been disabled for your channel, and
     in that case you need to use the access list. See HELP ACCESS
     for information about the access list, and HELP SET XOP to know how
     to toggle between the access list and xOP list systems.
     
    
  • !HOP
     Syntax: !HOP add nick
             !HOP del {nick | entry-num | list}
             !HOP list [mask | list]
             !HOP clear
     
     Maintains the HOP (HalfOP) list for the channel. The HOP
     list gives users the right to be auto-halfopped on your channel
     
     This command may have been disabled for your channel, and
     in that case you need to use the access list. See HELP ACCESS
     for information about the access list, and HELP SET XOP to know how
     to toggle between the access list and xOP list systems.
     
     Provides access to the HOP (HalfOP) list.
     
    
  • !VOP
     Syntax: !VOP add nick
             !VOP del {nick | entry-num | list}
             !VOP list [mask | list]
             !VOP clear
     
     Maintains the VOP (VOicePeople) list for a channel.
     The VOP list allows users to be auto-voiced and to voice
     themselves if they aren't.
      
     This command may have been disabled for your channel, and
     in that case you need to use the access list. See HELP ACCESS
     for information about the access list, and HELP SET XOP to know how
     to toggle between the access list and xOP list systems.
     
    
  • !ACCESS
     Syntax: !ACCESS add nick level
             !ACCESS del {nick | entry-num | list}
             !ACCESS list [mask | list]
             !ACCESS clear
     
     Maintains the access list for a channel.  The access
     list specifies which users are allowed chanop status or
     access to commands on the channel.
     
     Different user levels allow for access to different subsets of
     privileges; cf. /msg ChanServ HELP ACCESS LEVELS for more specific 
     information. Any nick not on the access list has a user level of 0.
     
    
  • !LEVELS
     Syntax: !LEVELS set type level
             !LEVELS {dis | disable} type
             !LEVELS list
             !LEVELS reset
     
     The LEVELS command allows fine control over the meaning of
     the numeric access levels used for the channel.  With this command,
     you can define the access level required for most administrative functions.
     (The SET FOUNDER and SET PASSWORD commands, as well as this command, 
     are always restricted to the channel founder.) 
     
     LEVELS SET allows the access level for a function or group of 
     functions to be changed.
     
     LEVELS DISABLE (or DIS for short) disables an automatic
     feature or disallows access to a function by anyone other 
     than the channel founder.
     
     LEVELS LIST shows the current levels for each function or group
      of functions.
     
     LEVELS RESET resets the levels to the default levels of a 
     newly-created channel.
     
     (See /msg ChanServ HELP ACCESS LEVELS for more info.)
     
     For a list of the features and functions whose levels can be
     set, see HELP LEVELS DESC.
     
    

 

Channel Setting Commands

 

  • !AKICK
     Syntax: !AKICK add {mask | user} [reason]
             !AKICK {stick | unstick | del} mask
             !AKICK {list | view} [mask]
             !AKICK {enforce | clear}
     
     Maintains the channel AKICK list. See the ChanServ AKICK command for more details.
     
    
  • !BADWORDS
     Syntax: !BADWORDS add word [single | start | end | any]
             !BADWORDS del {word | entry-num | list}
             !BADWORDS list [mask | list]
             !BADWORDS clear
     
      Maintains the badwords list. See the  BotServ BADWORDS command  for more details.
     
    
  • !SET
     Syntax: !SET option parameters
     
     Changes channel's settings. 
       
     Available options:
     See the ChanServ SET command for more details on the following:
       founder       -  Set the founder of a channel
       successor     -  Set the successor for a channel
       desc          -  Set the channel description
       url           -  Associate a URL with the channel
       email         -  Associate an E-mail address with the channel
       entrymsg      -  Set a message to be sent to users when they enter the 
                        channel
       bantype       -  Set how Services make bans on the channel
       mlock         -  Lock channel modes on or off
       keeptopic     -  Retain topic when channel is not in use
       topiclock     -  Topic can only be changed with TOPIC
       opnotice      -  Send a notice when OP/DEOP commands are used
       peace         -  Regulate the use of critical commands
       private       -  Hide channel from LIST command
       restricted    -  restrict access to the channel
       secure        -  activate services' security features
       secureops     -  stricter control of chanop status
       securefounder -  stricter control of channel founder status
       signkick      -  Sign kicks that are done with KICK command
       xop           -  Toggle the user privilege system
     
     
     See the BotServ SET command for more details on the following:
       noexpire      -  Sets whether the given channel will expire. 
                        (limited to SA)
       dontkickops   -  Protect channel ops against kicks by the services bot.
       dontkickvoices - Protect voices against kicks by the services bot.
       greet         -  Enable greet messages on join.
       fantasy       -  Enable fantasy commands on the channel.
       symbiosis     -  Allow the bot to act as a real bot.
       nobot         -  Prevents a bot from being assigned to this channel. 
                        (limited to SA)
        
    
  • !BKICK
     Syntax: !BKICK option {on | off} [ttb [params]]
     
     See the BotServ SET command for more details on the following options:
     
       bolds       -  Sets whether the bot kicks bolds.
       badwords    -  Sets whether the bots kicks for words in  
                      the badwords list.
       caps        -  Sets whether the bot kicks for CAPS.
       colors      -  Sets whether the bot kicks for colors.
       flood       -  Sets whether the bot kicks for floods.
       repeat      -  Sets whether the bot kicks for repeats.
       reverses    -  Sets whether the bot kicks for reverses.
       underlines  -  Sets whether the bot kicks for underlines.
      
     ttb is the number of times a user can be kicked before he gets banned.
     Don't give ttb to disable the ban system once activated.
    

 

Channel Action Commands

 

  • !CLEAR
     Syntax: !CLEAR {modes | bans | excepts | invites | ops | hops | voices | users}
     
     Clears the specified option on the channel. 
     See the ChanServ CLEAR command for more details.
     
    
  • !TOPIC
     Syntax: !TOPIC [topic]
             !CTOPIC
     Sets the channel topic. If no topic is given, the current 
     topic is displayed in the channel.
     
     The CTOPIC command clears the topic.
     
     This command is most useful in conjunction with SET TOPICLOCK 
     
     See the ChanServ TOPIC command for more details.
     
    
  • !TAPPEND
     Syntax: {!TAPPEND  | !APPENDTOPIC}  text to be appended to topic
     
     Appends the given text to the channel's current topic.
     This command is most useful in conjunction with SET TOPICLOCK 
     
    
  • !INVITE
     Syntax: !INVITE
     
      Invites 'nick' to the channel if the user is present on the network.
     
    
  • !UP
     Syntax: !UP
     
     Gives the user the modes he has rights to. This will unset modes if he has any
     the user has no access to.
     
     Note: A nick can only be specified by the founder of the channel or 
     a Services Root Administrator.
     
    
  • !DOWN
     Syntax: !DOWN [nick] [level]
     
     Unsets all modes. If the channel is moderated, it will reset voice,
     unless issued on another user by a founder. It is also possible
     to specify a target level. 
    
     The target level can be any one of the following:
     
        - q - Channel founder (modes +qo) (IRCd Dependant)
        - a - Protected Operator / Administrator (modes +ao) (IRCd Dependant)
        - o - Channel Operator (mode +o)
        - h - Channel Halfop (mode +h) (IRCd Dependant)
        - v - \"Voice\" (mode +v)
     
     If a target level is specified, the users' current privileges will be  
     replaced by the target one.
      
     Note: A nick can only be specified by the founder of the channel or 
     a Services Root Administrator.
     
    
  • !KICK
     Syntax: !KICK [nick [reason]]
     
     Kick a user from the channel.
     See the ChanServ KICK command for more details.
     
    
  • !KB
     Syntax: {!KICKBAN | !KB} [nick!][email protected]] [reason]
     
     This will kick and ban the specified user or all users matching the given 
     mask from the channel. If a mask is given and someone who should not be 
     kicked according to the channels' settings matches it, the command is 
     aborted before anyone is kicked or banned.
     
    
  • !TKB
     Syntax: !tkb or !tkban [nick | [nick!][email protected]] [time] [reason]
     
     This will kick and temporarily ban the specified user or all users matching
     the given mask from the channel for the specified amount of time. 
     
     If a mask is given and someone who should not be banned according to the
     channels' settings matches it, the command is aborted before anyone is 
     kicked.
     
     Also be aware that this command may not work with IPs for privacy reasons.
    
     If the time is not given or is invalid, it will default to 1 hour.
     The time should be given in the format <(s)/m/h/d>.
     
     Example: !tkb SillyTroll 10m Bye 
     This command will kickban the user SillyTroll for 10 minutes.
     
     Note: if Services are restarted before the ban expires, the ban will
     not be automatically removed.
     
    

 

Channel Modes Commands

 

  • !BAN
     Syntax: !BAN [nick | mask]
     
     Bans (a) user(s)/mask from the channel without kicking.
     
    
  • !TBAN
     Syntax: {!TB | !TBAN} [nick | [nick!][email protected]] [time]
     
     This will ban the given nick or hostmask from the channel for the specified
     amount of time. If the time is not given, it will default to 1 hour.
     The time should be given in the format <(s)/m/h/d>.
     
     Example: !tb SillyTroll 10m 
     This command will kickban the user SillyTroll for 10 minutes.
     
     Note: if services are restarted before the ban expires, the ban will
     not be automatically removed
    
  • !UNBAN
     Syntax: !UNBAN [nick | [nick!][email protected]]
     
      Removes the ban on a user.
     
    
  • !MUTE
     Syntax: !MUTE  [nick | mask]
     
     Bans or mutes the given nickname or usermask from the channel.  
     See the Silencing Users with Extended Bans for more details.
     
    
  • !UNMUTE
     Syntax: !UNMUTE  [nick | mask]
     
     Unbans or unmutes the given nickname or usermask from the channel.  
     See the Silencing Users with Extended Bans for more details.
     
    
  • !OP
     Syntax: !OP  [nick]
     
     Op yourself or another user.  See the ChanServ  OP command 
     for more details.
     
    
  • !DEOP
     Syntax: !DEOP  [nick]
     
     Deop yourself or another user.  See the ChanServ OP command 
     for more details.
     
    
  • !VOICE
     Syntax: !VOICE [nick]
     
     Voice yourself or another user. See the ChanServ VOICE command 
     for more details.
     
    
  • !DEVOICE
     Syntax: !DEVOICE [nick]
     
     Devoice yourself or another user. See the ChanServ DEVOICE command 
     for more details.
     
    
  • !PROTECT
     Syntax: !PROTECT [nick]
     
     Protect yourself or another user (so you cannot be kicked). See 
     the ChanServ PROTECT command for more details.
     
    
  • !DEPROTECT
     Syntax: !DEPROTECT [nick]
     
     Remove protection from  yourself or another user. See the 
     ChanServ DEPROTECT command for more details.
     
    
  • !OWNER
     Syntax: !OWNER
     
     Give yourself the owner mode. See the ChanServ OWNER command 
     for more details.
    
     
    
  • !DEOWNER
     Syntax: !DEOWNER
     
     Remove the owner mode. See the ChanServ DEOWNER command for 
     more details.
     
    
  • !HALFOP
     Syntax: !HALFOP [nick]
     
     Halfop yourself or another user. See the ChanServ HALFOP command 
     for more details.
     
    
  • !DEHALFOP
     Syntax: !DEHALFOP [nick]
     
     Dehalfop yourself or another user. See the ChanServ DEHALFOP command 
     for more details.

 

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RootServ Comamnds

Commands are indexed alphabetically. Examples of the actual commands that you can copy, paste, and send are listed in italics. A description of the command follows the command. Underlined words in the command are variables that need to be changed to send the command correctly. For example #channel should be changed to your channel’s name, Nick is your nick or the nick of the user, Text might be the message you want to be displayed. These can vary by command and will be explained in the command’s description that follows. Variables inside curly braces like {ON|OFF} are selections that require one of the options inside the curly braces to be specified.

Commands available to IRCOps only:

  • ADMIN LIST: /msg rootserv admin list
    List all Services Admins
  • GLOBAL: /msg rootserv global message
    Allows IRCOps to send messages to all users on the network. The message will be sent from the nick Globalz.
  • OPER LIST: /msg rootserv oper list
    List all Services operators
  • STAFF: /msg rootserv staff
    Displays all Services Staff nicks along with level and on-line status.
  • STATS: Show status of Services and network. Without any option, shows the current number of users and IRCOps online (excluding Services), the highest number of users online since Services was started, and the length of time Services has been running.
    • AKILL: /msg rootserv stats akill
      Displays the current size of the AKILL list and the current default expiry time.
    • ALL: /msg rootserv stats all
      The ALL option is available only to Services Admins, and displays information on Services’ memory usage. Using this option can freeze Services for a short period of time on large networks, so don’t overuse it!
    • RESET: /msg rootserv stats reset
      The RESET option currently resets the maximum user count to the number of users currently present on the network.

Commands available to Services Operators and Admins only:

  • AKILL: Allows Services operators to manipulate the AKILL list. If a user matching an AKILL mask attempts to connect, Services will issue a KILL for that user and, on supported server types, will instruct all servers to add a ban (K-line) for the mask which the user matched. Limited to Services operators.
    • ADD: /msg rootserv akill add +expiry mask reason
      AKILL ADD adds the given [email protected] mask to the AKILL list for the given reason (which must be given). Expiry is specified as an integer followed by one of d (days), h (hours), or m (minutes). Combinations (such as 1h30m) are not permitted. If a unit specifier is not included, the default is days (so +30 by itself means 30 days). To add an AKILL which does not expire, use +0. If the usermask to be added starts with a +, an expiry time must be given, even if it is the same as the default. The current AKILL default expiry time can be found with the /msg rootserv STATS AKILL command.
    • DEL: /msg rootserv akill del {mask|entry-num|list}
      The AKILL DEL command removes the given mask from the AKILL list if it is present. If a list of entry numbers is given, those entries are deleted. (See the example for LIST below.)
    • LIST: /msg rootserv akill list mask|list
      The AKILL LIST command displays the AKILL list. If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the mask are displayed. If a list of entry numbers is given, only those entries are shown; for example: /msg rootserv AKILL LIST 2-5,7-9 Lists AKILL entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
    • VIEW: /msg rootserv AKILL VIEW mask|list
      AKILL VIEW is a more verbose version of AKILL LIST, and will show who added an AKILL, the date it was added, and when it expires, as well as the [email protected] mask and reason.
    • CLEAR: /msg rootserv AKILL CLEAR
      AKILL CLEAR clears all entries of the AKILL list.
  • CHANKILL: /msg rootserv chankill +expiry #channel reason
    Puts an AKILL for every nick on the specified channel. It uses the entire and complete real [email protected] for every nick, then enforces the AKILL.
  • CLEARMODES: /msg rootserv CLEARMODES #channel ALL
    Clears all binary modes (i,k,l,m,n,p,s,t) and bans from a channel. If ALL is given, also clears all ops and voices (+o and +v modes) from the channel. Limited to Services operators.
  • KICK: /msg rootserv kick #channel user reason
    Allows IRCOps to kick a user from any channel. Parameters are the same as for the standard /KICK command. The kick message will have the nickname of the IRCOp sending the KICK command prepended; for example: *** SpamMan has been kicked off channel #my_channel by RootServ (_Mist_ (Flood))
  • KILLCLONES: /msg rootserv killclones nick
    Kills all users who have the same hostname as nick. A temporary AKILL, in the form *@host, is added to prevent the offending clients from immediately reconnecting. A wallops is also sent indicating who used the command, which host was affected and how many users were killed. It’s useful for removing numerous clones from the network. Limited to Services operators.
  • MODE: /msg rootserv mode #channel modes
    Allows Services operators to set channel modes for any channel. Parameters are the same as for the standard /MODE command. Limited to Services operators.
  • SQLINE: Allows Services operators to manipulate the SQLINE list. If a user with a nick matching an SQLINE mask attempts to connect, Services will not allow it to pursue his IRC session. If the first character of the mask is #, services will prevent the use of matching channels (on IRCds that support it). Limited to Services operators.
    • ADD: /msg rootserv sqline add +expiry mask :reason
      SQLINE ADD adds the given mask to the SQLINE list for the given reason (which must be given). expiry is specified as an integer followed by one of d (days), h (hours), or m (minutes). Combinations (such as 1h30m) are not permitted. If a unit specifier is not included, the default is days (so +30 by itself means 30 days). To add an SQLINE which does not expire, use +0. If the mask to be added starts with a +, an expiry time must be given, even if it is the same as the default. The current SQLINE default expiry time can be found with the /msg rootserv STATS AKILL command.
    • DEL: /msg rootserv sqline del {mask|entry-num|list}
      The SQLINE DEL command removes the given mask from the SQLINE list if it is present. If a list of entry numbers is given, those entries are deleted. (See the example for LIST below.)
    • LIST: /msg rootserv sqline list mask|list
      The SQLINE LIST command displays the SQLINE list. If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the mask are displayed. If a list of entry numbers is given, only those entries are shown; for example: /msg rootserv sgline list 2-5,7-9 Lists SQLINE entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
    • VIEW: /msg rootserv sqline view mask|list
      SQLINE VIEW is a more verbose version of SQLINE LIST, and will show who added an SQLINE, the date it was added, and when it expires, as well as the mask and reason.
    • CLEAR: /msg rootserv sqline clear
      SQLINE CLEAR clears all entries of the SQLINE list.

Commands available to Services Admins only:

  • CACHE:
    Lists hostname cache used by the proxy detector.

    • DEL: /msg rootserv cache del hostname
      Deletes the specified hostname from the cache. This is meant for debug purpose only.
    • LIST: /msg rootserv cache list pattern QUEUED|ALL
      Lists all found proxies that match the given pattern. If the QUEUED option is given, it will list the queued or in progress scans instead, and if the ALL option is given, it will list all cached hostnames.
  • CHANLIST: /msg rootserv chanlist {pattern|nick}[SECRET]
    Lists all channels currently in use on the IRC network, whether they are registered or not. If pattern is given, lists only channels that match it. If a nickname is given, lists only the channels the user using it is on. If SECRET is specified, lists only channels matching pattern that have the +s or +p mode.
  • DEFCON: The defcon system is used to implement a pre-defined set of restrictions to services useful during an attempted attack on the network.
    • DEFCON 5: /msg rootserv defcon 5
      Peace
    • DEFCON 4: /msg rootserv defcon 4
      Reduced Session Limit + No new memos + No new channel registrations + No New Nick Registrations
    • DEFCON 3: /msg rootserv defcon 3
      As DefCon4 + Force Chan Mode + No MLOCK changes + Services will ignore everyone but opers
    • DEFCON 2: /msg rootserv defcon 2
      As DefCon3 + Services will silently ignore everyone but opers
    • DEFCON 1: /msg rootserv defcon 1
      As DefCon2 + AKILL all new clients trying to connect
  • EXCEPTION: Allows Services admins to manipulate the list of hosts that have specific session limits – allowing certain machines, such as shell servers, to carry more than the default number of clients at a time. Once a host reaches it’s session limit, all clients attempting to connect from that host will be killed. Before the user is killed, they are notified, via a /NOTICE from RootServ, of a source of help regarding session limiting. The content of this notice is a config setting. Note that a connecting client will “use” the first exception their host matches. Large exception lists and widely matching exception masks are likely to degrade services’ performance.
    • ADD: /msg rootserv exception add +expiry mask limit reason
      Adds the given host mask to the exception list. Note that [email protected] and [email protected] masks are invalid! Only real host masks, such as box.host.dom and *.host.dom, are allowed because sessions limiting does not take nick or user names into account. limit must be a number greater than or equal to zero. This determines how many sessions this host may carry at a time. A value of zero means the host has an unlimited session limit. See the AKILL help for details about the format of the optional expiry parameter.
    • DEL: /msg rootserv exception del {mask|list}
      Removes the given mask from the exception list.
    • MOVE: /msg rootserv exception move num position
      Moves exception num to position. The exceptions in-between will be shifted up or down to fill the gap.
    • LIST: /msg rootserv exception list mask|list
      Show all current exceptions; if the optional mask is given, the list is limited to those exceptions matching the mask.
    • VIEW: /msg rootserv exception view mask|list
      More verbose than LIST, displays the name of the person who added the exception, it’s session limit, reason, host mask and the expiry date and time.
  • IGNORE: Allows Services Admins to make Services ignore a nick for a certain time or until the next restart. The default time format is seconds. You can specify it by using units. Valid units are: s for seconds, m for minutes, h for hours and d for days. Combinations of these units are not permitted. To make Services permanently ignore the user type 0 as time.
    • ADD: /msg rootserv ignore add time nick
      Adds the given ignore.
    • DEL: /msg rootserv ignore del time nick
      Removes the given ignore.
    • LIST: /msg rootserv ignore list
      Lists all ignores.
    • CLEAR: /msg rootserv ignore clear time nick
      Clears all ignores.
  • JUPE: /msg rootserv jupe server reason
    Tells Services to jupiter a server — that is, to create a fake “server” connected to Services which prevents the real server of that name from connecting. The jupe may be removed using a standard SQUIT. If a reason is given, it is placed in the server information field; otherwise, the server information field will contain the text “Juped by nick”, showing the nickname of the person who jupitered the server.
  • LOGONNEWS: Edits or displays the list of logon news messages. When a user connects to the network, these messages will be sent to them. (However, no more than three messages will be sent in order to avoid flooding the user. If there are more than three news messages, only the three most recent will be sent.) LOGONNEWS LIST may be used by any IRC operator to list the current news messages. ADD and DEL may only be used by Services admins.
    • ADD: /msg rootserv logonnews add text
      Adds a logon news message.
    • DEL: /msg rootserv logonnews del {num|ALL}
      Deletes a logon news message. All will delete all messages.
    • LIST: /msg rootserv logonnews list
      Lists all logon news messages
  • OPER: Allows the Services admins to add or remove nicknames to or from the Services operator list. A user whose nickname is on the Services operator list and who has identified to NickServ will be able to access Services operator commands. Any IRC operator may use the OPER LIST form of the command. All other use limited to Services admins.
    • ADD: /msg rootserv oper add nick
      The OPER ADD command adds the given nickname to the Services operator list.
    • DEL: /msg rootserv oper del {nick|entry-num|list}
      The OPER DEL command removes the given nick from the Services operator list. If a list of entry numbers is given, those entries are deleted. (See the example for LIST below.)
    • LIST: /msg rootserv oper list mask|list
      The OPER LIST command displays the Services operator list. If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the mask are displayed. If a list of entry numbers is given, only those entries are shown; for example:/msg rootserv oper list 2-5,7-9 Lists SzLINE entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
    • CLEAR: /msg rootserv oper clear
      The OPER CLEAR command clears all entries of the Services operator list.
  • OPERNEWS: Edits or displays the list of oper news messages. When a user opers up (with the /OPER command), these messages will be sent to them. (However, no more than three messages will be sent in order to avoid flooding the user. If there are more than three news messages, only the three most recent will be sent.) OPERNEWS LIST may be used by any IRC operator to list the current oper news messages. ADD and DEL may only be used by Services admins.
    • ADD: /msg rootserv opernews add text
      Adds a oper news message.
    • DEL: /msg rootserv opernews del {num|ALL}
      Deletes a oper news message. All will delete all messages.
    • LIST: /msg rootserv opernews list
      Lists all oper news messages
  • NOOP: Temporarily remove all O:lines of a server remotely. Note: The server is not checked at all by the Services.
    • SET: /msg rootserv noop set server
      Remove all O:lines of the given server and kill all IRCOps currently on it to prevent them from rehashing the server (because this would just cancel the effect).
    • REVOKE: /msg rootserv noop revoke server
      Makes all removed O:lines available again on the given server.
  • QUIT: /msg rootserv quit
    Causes Services to do an immediate shutdown; databases are not saved. This command should not be used unless damage to the in-memory copies of the databases is feared and they should not be saved. For normal shutdowns, use the SHUTDOWN command.
  • RANDOMNEWS: Edits or displays the list of random news messages. When a user connects to the network, one (and only one) of the random news will be randomly chosen and sent to them. RANDOMNEWS LIST may be used by any IRC operator to list the current news messages. ADD and DEL may only be used by Services admins.
    • ADD: /msg rootserv randomnews add text
      Adds a random news message.
    • DEL: /msg rootserv randomnews del {num|ALL}
      Deletes a random news message. All will delete all messages.
    • LIST: /msg rootserv randomnews list
      Lists all random news messages
  • RELOAD: /msg rootserv reload
    Causes Services to reload the configuration file. Note that some directives still need the restart of the Services to take effect (such as Services’ nicknames, activation of the session limitation, etc.)
  • RESTART: /msg rootserv restart
    Causes Services to save all databases and then restart (i.e. exit and immediately re-run the executable).
  • SESSION: Allows Services admins to view the session list. (See the EXCEPTION help for more information about session limiting and how to set session limits specific to certain hosts and groups thereof.)
    • LIST: /msg rootserv session list threshold
      Lists hosts with at least threshold sessions. The threshold must be a number greater than 1. This is to prevent accidental listing of the large number of single session hosts.
    • VIEW: /msg rootserv session view host
      Displays detailed information about a specific host – including the current session count and session limit. The host value may not include wildcards.
  • SET: Set various global Services options
    • DEBUG: /msg rootserv set debug {ON|OFF|num}
      Sets debug mode on or off. In debug mode, all data sent to and from Services as well as a number of other debugging messages are written to the log file. If num is given, debug mode is activated, with the debugging level set to num. This option is equivalent to the command-line option -debug.
    • LOGCHAN: /msg rootserv set logchan {on|off}
      With this setting on, Services will send its logs to a specified channel as well as the log file. LogChannel must also be defined in the Services configuration file for this setting to be of any use.
    • NOEXPIRE: /msg rootserv set noexpire {ON|OFF}
      Sets no expire mode on or off. In no expire mode, nicks, channels, akills and exceptions won’t expire until the option is unset. This option is equivalent to the command-line option -noexpire.
    • READONLY: /msg rootserv set readonly {ON|OFF}
      Sets read-only mode on or off. In read-only mode, normal users will not be allowed to modify any Services data, including channel and nickname access lists, etc. IRCOps with sufficient Services privileges will be able to modify Services’ AKILL list and drop or forbid nicknames and channels, but any such changes will not be saved unless read-only mode is deactivated before Services is terminated or restarted. This option is equivalent to the command-line option -readonly.
    • SUPERADMIN: /msg rootserv set superadmin {on|off}
      Setting this will grant you extra privileges such as the ability to be “founder” on all channel’s etc. This option is not persistent, and should only be used when needed, and set back to OFF when no longer needed.
  • SHUTDOWN: /msg rootserv shutdown
    Causes Services to save all databases and then shut down.
  • SVSNICK: /msg rootserv raw SVSNICK :oldnick newnick
    Changes the nick of a user.
  • USERLIST: /msg rootserv userlist {pattern|channel}[INVISIBLE]
    Lists all users currently online on the IRC network, whether their nick is registered or not. If pattern is given, lists only users that match it (it must be in the format [email protected]). If channel is given, lists only users that are on the given channel. If INVISIBLE is specified, only users with the +i flag will be listed.
  • UPDATE: /msg rootserv update
    Causes Services to update all database files as soon as you send the command.

Commands available to the Services Super Admins only:

  • ADMIN: Allows the Services Root to add or remove nicknames to or from the Services admin list. A user whose nickname is on the Services admin list and who has identified to NickServ will be able to access Services admin commands. Any IRC operator may use the ADMIN LIST form of the command. All other use limited to Services Root.
    • ADD: /msg rootserv admin add nick
      Adds the given nickname to the Services admin list.
    • DEL: /msg rootserv admin del {nick|entry-num|list}
      Removes the given nick from the Services admin list. If a list of entry numbers is given, those entries are deleted. (See the example for LIST below.)
    • LIST: /msg rootserv admin list mask|list
      The ADMIN LIST command displays the Services admin list. If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the mask are displayed. If a list of entry numbers is given, only those entries are shown; for example: /msg rootserv admin list 2-5,7-9 Lists Services admin entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
    • CLEAR: /msg rootserv admin clear
      The ADMIN CLEAR command clears all entries of the Services admin list.
  • OLINE: /msg rootserv oline user flags
    Allows super admins to give Operflags to any user. Flags have to be prefixed with a “+” or a “-“. To remove all flags simply type a “-” instead of any flags.
  • SVSNICK: /msg rootserv svsnick nick newnick
    Forcefully changes a user’s nickname from nick to newnick.
  • UMODE: /msg rootserv umode user modes
    Allows super admins to set user modes for any user. Parameters are the same as for the standard /mode command.

Commands available to the Services Root Admins only:

  • MODINFO: /msg rootserv modinfo filename
    This command lists information about the specified loaded module.
  • MODLIST: /msg rootserv modlist
    Lists all currently loaded modules.
  • MODLOAD: /msg rootserv modload filename
    This command loads the module named FileName from the modules directory.
  • MODUNLOAD: /msg rootserv modunload filename
    This command unloads the module named FileName from the modules directory.

The following commands have been loaded by a module:

  • MKILL: /msg rootserv mkill [email protected] or #channel reason
    Allows opers to forcefully disconnect multiple users via RootServ. A reason is not mandatory, however it is often useful for you put a valid one. Note: only the first 1024 users matching the pattern will be killed if a non-channel pattern is given. This command will NOT kill any opered clients
  • QAKILL: /msg rootserv qakill nick reason
    Allows Services Admins to add an akill with just a nick. A reason is not mandatory, however it is often useful for you put a valid one. The akill placed will be in the form *@full.host.mask for the default AKILL expiry time. You will not be able to QAKILL identified services admins or services roots unless you are a services root.

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MemoServ Commands

MemoServ is a utility allowing IRC users to send short messages to other IRC users, whether they are online at the time or not, or to channels(*). Both the sender’s nickname and the target nickname or channel must be registered in order to send a memo. Type /msg MemoServ HELP command for help on any of the commands.
(*) By default, any user with at least level 10 access on a channel can read that channel’s memos. This can be changed with the ChanServ LEVELS command.
Commands are indexed alphabetically. Examples of the actual commands that you can copy, paste, and send are listed in italics. A description of the command follows the command. Underlined words in the command are variables that need to be changed to send the command correctly. For example #channel should be changed to your channel’s name, Nick is your nick or the nick of the user, Text might be the message you want to be displayed. These can vary by command and will be explained in the command’s description that follows. Variables inside curly braces like {ON|OFF} are selections that require one of the options inside the curly braces to be specified.
  • CANCEL: /msg memoserv cancel nick|channel
    Cancels the last memo you sent to the specified nick or channel provided it has not already been read at the time you use the command.
  • CHECK: /msg memoserv check nick
    Checks whether the _last_ memo you sent to nick has been read or not. Note that this only work with nicks, not with channels.
  • DEL: This command allows you to delete memos. Options can be one of:
    • LAST: /msg memoserv del last
      Will delete the last memo received.
    • ALL: /msg memoserv del all
      Will delete all memos you have received.
    • LIST: /msg memoserv del list
      Will delete the memos specified in the list. For example, /msg memoserv del 2-5 would delete memos from number 2 to number 5. You could also use /msg memoserv del 2-3, 8-9 to delete only memos 2 through 3 AND memos 8 though 9.
    • CHANNEL: /msg memoserv del #channel [option
      Will delete the memos for the channel specified. All other options described above apply. You must have the appropriate channel access to use this command. By default you must have level 10 access on a channel to read that channels memos. This can be changed with the ChanServ LEVELS command.
  • INFO: Informs you of you memo info, it will list; the number of memos you have, what your LIMIT is set at, and your NOTIFY status. There are two options here:
    • INFO: /msg memoserv info
      The items mentioned above for you given nick.
    • CHANNEL: /msg memoserv info #channel
      Does the same as the above for a given channel. You must have the appropriate channel access to use this command. By default you must have level 10 access on a channel to read that channels memos. This can be changed with the ChanServ LEVELS command.
  • LIST: Lists your memos. Options can be one of:
    • LIST: /msg memoserv list
      Will list all memos your current nickname has. New memos will be indicated as such by an “*”. You can also specify which memos are to be listed by number. For example, /msg memoserv list 2-4 would only list memos from number 2 to number 4. You could also use /msg memoserv list 2-4, 7-9 to list only memos 2 through 4 AND memos 7 though 9.
    • NEW: /msg memoserv list new
      Will list only the new memos your current nickname has.
    • CHANNEL: /msg memoserv list #channel
      Will list all the memos for the channel specified. All other options described above apply. You must have the appropriate channel access to use this command. By default you must have level 10 access on a channel to read that channels memos. This can be changed with the ChanServ LEVELS command.
  • READ: This command allows you to read you memos. Options can be one of:
    • LAST: /msg memoserv read last
      Will open the last memo received.
    • NEW: /msg memoserv read new
      Will open any new memos you have received.
    • LIST: /msg memoserv read list
      Will open the memos specified in the list. For example, /msg memoserv read 2-5 would only open memos from number 2 to number 5. You could also use /msg memoserv read 2-3, 8-9 to list only memos 2 through 3 AND memos 8 though 9.
    • CHANNEL: /msg memoserv read #channel
      Will read all the memos for the channel specified. All other options described above apply. You must have the appropriate channel access to use this command. By default you must have level 10 access on a channel to read that channels memos. This can be changed with the ChanServ LEVELS command.
  • RSEND: /msg memoserv rsend nick|channel the memo you wish to send
    Sends the named nick or channel a memo containing memo-text. When sending to a nickname, the recipient will receive a notice that he/she has a new memo. The target nickname/channel must be registered. Once the memo is read by its recipient, an automatic notification memo will be sent to the sender informing him/her that the memo has been read.
  • SEND: /msg memoserv send nick|channel the memo you wish to send
    Sends the text in the area “the memo you wish to send” to the nick or channel you specified.
  • SET: Sets various memo options. Option can be one of:
    • NOTIFY: /msg memoserv set notify parameter
      The parameters can be one of:

      • ON: /msg memoserv set notify on
        You will be notified of memos when you log on, when you unset /AWAY and when they are sent to you.
      • LOGIN: /msg memoserv set notify logon
        You will be notified of memos only when you logon or unset /AWAY.
      • NEW: /msg memoserv set notifynew
        You will only be notified of memos when they are sent to you.
      • OFF: /msg memoserv set notify off
        You will not receive any notification of memos.
    • LIMIT: /msg memoserv set limit parameter
      The parameters can be one of:

      • USERLIMIT /msg memoserv set limit some number between 0-20
        Sets the maximum number of memos you nick will be able to receive. If it is set to 0 you will not be able to receive any memos. It cannot be set any higher than 20.
      • CHANNELLIMIT: /msg memoserv set limit #channel|some number between 0-20
        Does the same as the above for a given channel. You must have the appropriate channel access to use this command. By default you must have level 10 access on a channel to read that channels memos. This can be changed with the ChanServ LEVELS command.
  • STAFF: /msg memoserv staff the memo you wish to send
    Sends all services staff a memo containing memo-text. Note: If you have opers on both the oper list and the admin list they will receive the memo twice. The same applies for oper’s on the Root list as well as other lists.

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NickServ Commands

NickServ allows you to “register” a nickname and prevent others from using it. The following commands allow for registration and maintenance of nicknames; to use them, type /msg nickserv command. For more information on a specific command, type /msg nickserv help command. This service is intended to provide a way for IRC users to ensure their identity is not compromised. It is NOT intended to facilitate “stealing” of nicknames or other malicious actions. Abuse of NickServ will result in, at minimum, loss of the abused nickname(s). Nicknames that are not used anymore are subject to the automatic expiration, i.e. they will be deleted after 30 days if not used. Commands are indexed alphabetically. Examples of the actual commands that you can copy, paste, and send are listed in italics. A description of the command follows the command. Underlined words in the command are variables that need to be changed to send the command correctly. For example #channel should be changed to your channel’s name, Nick is your nick or the nick of the user, Text might be the message you want to be displayed. These can vary by command and will be explained in the command’s description that follows. Variables inside curly braces like {ON|OFF} are selections that require one of the options inside the curly braces to be specified.
  • ACCESS: Modifies or displays the access list for your nick. This is the list of addresses which will be automatically recognized by NickServ as allowed to use the nick. If you want to use the nick from a different address, you need to send an IDENTIFY command to make NickServ recognize you.
    • ADD: /msg nickserv access add mask
    • DEL: /msg nickserv access del mask
    • LIST: /msg nickserv access list

    Examples:
    /msg nickserv ACCESS ADD [email protected]*.example.com
    Allows access to user anyone from any machine in the example.com domain.
    /msg nickserv ACCESS DEL [email protected]*.example.com
    Reverses the previous command.
    /msg nickserv ACCESS LIST
    Displays the current access list.

  • ALIST: /msg nickserv alist
    Lists channels you have access on.
  • DROP: /msg nickserv drop nickname
    Drops your nickname from the NickServ database. A nick that has been dropped is free for anyone to re-register.
    You may drop a nick within your group by passing it as the nick parameter.
    In order to use this command, you must first identify with your password (/msg nickserv help identify for more information).
  • GHOST: /msg nickserv ghost nick password
    Terminates a “ghost” IRC session using your nick. A “ghost” session is one which is not actually connected, but which the IRC server believes is still online for one reason or another. Typically, this happens if your computer crashes or your Internet or modem connection goes down while you’re on IRC.
    In order to use the GHOST command for a nick, your current address as shown in /WHOIS must be on that nick’s access list, you must be identified and in the group of that nick, or you must supply the correct password for the nickname.
  • GLIST: /msg nickserv glist
    Lists all nicks in your group.
  • GROUP: /msg nickserv group target password
    This command makes your nickname join the target nickname’s group. password is the password of the target nickname.
    Joining a group will allow you to share your configuration, memos, and channel privileges with all the nicknames in the group, and much more!
    A group exists as long as it is useful. This means that even if a nick of the group is dropped, you won’t lose the shared things described above, as long as there is at least one nick remaining in the group.
    You can use this command even if you have not registered your nick yet. If your nick is already registered, you’ll need to identify yourself before using this command. Type /msg nickserv help identify for more information. This last may be not possible on your IRC network.
    It is recommended to use this command with a non-registered nick because it will be registered automatically when using this command. You may use it with a registered nick (to change your group) only if your network administrators allowed it.
    You can only be in one group at a time. Group merging is not possible.
    Note: all the nicknames of a group have the same password.
  • IDENTIFY: /msg nickserv identify password
    Tells NickServ that you are really the owner of this nick. Many commands require you to authenticate yourself with this command before you use them. The password should be the same one you sent with the REGISTER command.
  • INFO: /msg nickserv info nick ALL
    Displays information about the given nickname, such as the nick’s owner, last seen address and time, and nick options. If you are identified for the nick you’re getting information for and ALL is specified, you will be shown all the information; regardless of whether it’s hidden or not.
  • LOGOUT: /msg nickserv logout
    This reverses the effect of the IDENTIFY command, i.e. make you not recognized as the real owner of the nick anymore. Note, however, that you won’t be asked to reidentify yourself.
  • RECOVER: /msg nickserv recover nick password
    Allows you to recover your nickname if someone else has taken it; this does the same thing that NickServ does automatically if someone tries to use a kill-protected nick.
    When you give this command, NickServ will bring a fake user online with the same nickname as the user you’re trying to recover your nick from. This causes the IRC servers to disconnect the other user. This fake user will remain online for one minute to ensure that the other user does not immediately reconnect; after that minute, you can reclaim your nick. Alternatively, use the RELEASE command (/msg nickserv help release) to get the nick back sooner.
    In order to use the RECOVER command for a nick, your current address as shown in /WHOIS must be on that nick’s access list, you must be identified and in the group of that nick, or you must supply the correct password for the nickname.
  • REGISTER: /msg nickserv register password email
    Registers your nickname in the NickServ database. Once your nick is registered, you can use the SET and ACCESS commands to configure your nick’s settings as you like them. Make sure you remember the password you use when registering – you’ll need it to make changes to your nick later. (Note that case matters! EPONA, Epona, and epona are all different passwords!)
    Guidelines on choosing passwords:
    Passwords should not be easily guessable. For example, using your real name as a password is a bad idea. Using your nickname as a password is a much worse idea 😉 and, in fact, NickServ will not allow it. Also, short passwords are vulnerable to trial-and-error searches, so you should choose a password at least 5 characters long.
    Finally, the space character cannot be used in passwords.
    The parameter email is optional and will set the email for your nick immediately. However, it may be required on certain networks. Your privacy is respected; this e-mail won’t be given to any third-party person.
    This command also creates a new group for your nickname, that will allow you to register other nicks later sharing the same configuration, the same set of memos and the same channel privileges. For more information on this feature, type /msg nickserv help group.
  • RELEASE: /msg nickserv release nick password
    Instructs NickServ to remove any hold on your nickname caused by automatic kill protection or use of the RECOVER command. By default, such holds last for one minute; this command gets rid of them sooner.
    In order to use the RELEASE command for a nick, your current address as shown in /WHOIS must be on that nick’s access list, you must be identified and in the group of that nick, or you must supply the correct password for the nickname.
  • SET: Sets various nickname options. option can be one of:
    • DISPLAY: /msg nickserv set display new-display
      Changes the display used to refer to your nickname group in Services. The new display MUST be a nick of your group.
    • EMAIL: /msg nickserv set email address
      Associates the given E-mail address with your nickname. This address will be displayed whenever someone requests information on the channel with the info command.
    • GREET: /msg nickserv set greet message
      Makes the given message the greet of your nickname, that will be displayed when joining a channel that has GREET option enabled, provided that you have the necessary access on it.
    • HIDE: /msg nickserv set hide {EMAIL|USERMASK|QUIT} {ON|OFF}
      Allows you to prevent certain pieces of information from being displayed when someone does a NickServ INFO on your nick. You can hide your E-mail address (EMAIL), last seen [email protected] mask (USERMASK), and last quit message (QUIT). The second parameter specifies whether the information should be displayed (OFF) or hidden (ON).
    • ICQ: /msg nickserv set icq number
      Associates the given ICQ number with your nickname. This number will be displayed whenever someone requests information on your nick with the INFO command.
    • KILL: /msg nickserv set kill {ON|QUICK|IMMED|OFF}
      Turns the automatic protection option for your nick on or off. With protection on, if another user tries to take your nick, they will be given one minute to change to another nick, after which NickServ will forcibly change their nick.
      If you select QUICK, the user will be given only 20 seconds to change nicks instead of the usual 60. If you select IMMED, user’s nick will be changed immediately without being warned first or given a chance to change their nick; please do not use this option unless necessary. Also, your network’s administrators may have disabled this option.
    • LANGUAGE: /msg nickserv set language number
      Changes the language Services uses when sending messages to you (for example, when responding to a command you send). number should be chosen from the following list of supported languages:
      1) English
      2) Français (French)
      3) Deutsch (German)
      4) Português (Portuguese)
      5) Español (Spanish)
      6) Türkçe (Turkish)
      7) Catala (Catalan)
    • MSG: /msg nickserv set msg {ON|OFF}
      Allows you to choose the way Services are communicating with you. With MSG set, Services will use messages, else they’ll use notices.
    • PASSWORD: /msg nickserv set password new-password
      Changes the password used to identify you as the nick’s owner.
    • PRIVATE: /msg nickserv set private {ON|OFF}
      Turns NickServ’s privacy option on or off for your nick. With PRIVATE set, your nickname will not appear in nickname lists generated with NickServ’s LIST command. (However, anyone who knows your nickname can still get information on it using the INFO command.)
    • SECURE: /msg nickserv set secure {ON|OFF}
      Turns NickServ’s security features on or off for your nick. With SECURE set, you must enter your password before you will be recognized as the owner of the nick, regardless of whether your address is on the access list. However, if you are on the access list, NickServ will not auto-kill you regardless of the setting of the KILL option.
    • URL: /msg nickserv set url url
      Associates the given URL with your nickname. This URL will be displayed whenever someone requests information on your nick with the INFO command.
  • STATUS: /msg nickserv status nick
    Returns whether the user using the given nickname is recognized as the owner of the nickname. The response has this format:
    nickname status-code
    where nickname is the nickname sent with the command, and status-code is one of the following:
    0 – no such user online or nickname not registered
    1 – user not recognized as nickname’s owner
    2 – user recognized as owner via access list only
    3 – user recognized as owner via password identification
    Up to sixteen nicknames may be sent with each command; the rest will be ignored. No error message is generated if no nickname is given.

The following commands are available to the WyldRyde IRC Network Staff:

  • ALIST: /msg nickserv alist nickname level
    With no parameters, lists channels user has access on. With one parameter, lists channels that nickname has access on. With two parameters lists channels that nickname has level access or greater on.
  • DROP: /msg nickserv drop nickname
    Drops any nickname from the NickServ database.
  • FORBID: /msg nickserv forbid nickname reason
    Disallows a nickname from being registered or used by anyone. May be cancelled by dropping the nick.
  • GETEMAIL: /msg nickserv getemail [email protected]
    Returns the matching nicks that used given email. Note that you can not use wildcards for either user or emailhost. Whenever this command is used, a message including the person who issued the command and the email it was used on will be logged.
  • GLIST: /msg nickserv glist nickname
    Lists all nicknames that are in the group of the given nick.
  • LIST: /msg nickserv list pattern {forbidden|noexpire|unconfirmed}
    Lists all registered nicknames which match the given pattern, in [email protected] format. Nicks with the PRIVATE option set will only be displayed to Services admins. Nicks with the NOEXPIRE option set will have a ! appended to the nickname for Services admins. If the FORBIDDEN, NOEXPIRE or UNCONFIRMED options are given, only nicks which, respectively, are FORBIDDEN, UNCONFIRMED or have the NOEXPIRE flag set will be displayed. If all three options are given, all three types of nicks will be displayed.
    Examples:
    /msg nickserv list *[email protected]
    Lists all registered nicks owned by [email protected]
    /msg nickserv list *Bot*!*@*
    Lists all registered nicks with Bot in their names (case insensitive).’
    /msg nickserv list * noexpire
    Lists all registered nicks which have been set to not expire.
  • SET: Sets various nickname options. Option can be one of:
    • AUTOP: /msg nickserv saset nick autoop {ON|OFF}
      If set to {ON|OFF} services will automatically op the user when they join channels if they’re a channel operator. If set to OFF they will not be opped automatically when joining channels.
    • DISPLAY: /msg nickserv saset nick display new-display
      Changes the display used to refer to user’s nickname group in Services. The new display MUST be a nick of user’s group.
    • EMAIL: /msg nickserv saset nick email address
      Associates the given E-mail address with user’s nickname. This address will be displayed whenever someone requests information on the channel with the info command.
    • GREET: /msg nickserv saset nick greet message
      Makes the given message the greet of user’s nickname, that will be displayed when joining a channel that has GREET option enabled, provided that the user has the necessary access on it.
    • HIDE: /msg nickserv saset nick hide {EMAIL|USERMASK|QUIT} {ON|OFF}
      Allows you to prevent certain pieces of information from being displayed when someone does a NickServ INFO on user’s nick. You can hide user’s E-mail address (EMAIL), last seen [email protected] mask (USERMASK), and last quit message (QUIT). The second parameter specifies whether the information should be displayed (OFF) or hidden (ON).
    • ICQ: /msg nickserv saset nick icq number
      Associates the given ICQ number with user’s nickname. This number will be displayed whenever someone requests information on user’s nick with the INFO command.
    • KILL: /msg nickserv saset nick kill {ON|QUICK|IMMED|OFF}
      Turns the automatic protection option for user’s nick on or off. With protection on, if another user tries to take user’s nick, they will be given one minute to change to another nick, after which NickServ will forcibly change their nick.
      If you select QUICK, the user will be given only 20 seconds to change nicks instead of the usual 60. If you select IMMED, user’s nick will be changed immediately without being warned first or given a chance to change their nick; please do not use this option unless necessary.
    • LANGUAGE: /msg nickserv saset nick language number
      Changes the language Services uses when sending messages to user (for example, when responding to a command the user sends). Number should be chosen from the following list of supported languages:
      1) English
      2) Français (French)
      3) Deutsch (German)
      4) Português (Portuguese)
      5) Español (Spanish)
      6) Türkçe (Turkish)
      7) Catala (Catalan)
    • MSG: /msg nickserv saset nick msg {ON|OFF}
      Allows you to choose the way Services are communicating with the user. With MSG set, Services will use messages, else they’ll use notices.
    • NOEXPIRE: /msg nickserv saset nick noexpire {ON|OFF}
      Sets whether the given nickname will expire. Setting this to ON prevents the nickname from expiring.
    • PASSWORD: /msg nickserv saset nick password new-password
      Changes the password used to identify the user as the nick’s owner.
    • PRIVATE: /msg nickserv saset nick private {ON|OFF}
      Turns NickServ’s privacy option on or off for user’s nick. With PRIVATE set, user’s nickname will not appear in nickname lists generated with NickServ’s LIST command. (However, anyone who knows user’s nickname can still get information on it using the INFO command.)
    • SECURE: /msg nickserv saset nick secure {ON|OFF}
      Turns NickServ’s security features on or off for user’s nick. With SECURE set, the user must enter user’s password before user will be recognized as the owner of the nick, regardless of whether user’s address is on the access list. However, if user is on the access list, NickServ will not auto-kill the user regardless of the setting of the KILL option.
    • URL: /msg nickserv saset nick url url
      Associates the given URL with user’s nickname. This URL will be displayed whenever someone requests information on user’s nick with the INFO command.

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IRC Chanserv Commands

Available commands are listed below; to use them, type /msg chanserv command. For more information on a specific command, type /msg chanserv help.

ChanServ allows you to register and control various aspects of channels. ChanServ can often prevent malicious users from “taking over” channels by limiting who is allowed channel operator privileges. Available commands are listed below; to use them, type /msg chanserv command. For more information on a specific command, type /msg chanserv help command.

Commands are indexed alphabetically. Examples of the actual commands that you can copy, paste, and send are listed in italics. A description of the command follows the command. Underlined words in the command are variables that need to be changed to send the command correctly. For example #channel should be changed to your channel’s name, Nick is your nick or the nick of the user, Textmight be the message you want to be displayed. These can vary by command and will be explained in the command’s description that follows. Variables inside curly braces like {ON|OFF} are selections that require one of the options inside the curly braces to be specified.

    • ACCESS: Maintains the access list for a channel. The access list specifies which users are allowed chanop status or access to ChanServ commands on the channel. Different user levels allow for access to different subsets of privileges; /msg chanserv help access levels for more specific information. Any nick not on the access list has a user level of 0.
      • ADD: /msg chanserv access #channel add nick level
        Adds the given nickname to the access list with the given user level; if the nick is already present on the list, its access level is changed to the level specified in the command. The level specified must be less than that of the user giving the command, and if the nick is already on the access list, the current access level of that nick must be less than the access level of the user giving the command.
      • DEL: /msg chanserv access #channel del {nick|entry-num|list}
        Removes the given nick from the access list. If a list of entry numbers is given, those entries are deleted. (See the example for LIST below.)
      • LIST: /msg chanserv access #channel list {mask|list}
        Displays the access list. If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the mask are displayed. If a list of entry numbers is given, only those entries are shown; for example: /msg chanserv access #help list 2-5,7-9 Lists access entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
      • CLEAR: /msg chanserv access #channel clear
        Clears all entries of the access list.
  • AUTOVOICE: /msg chanserv autovoice #channel {REG|ALL|OFF}
    Enable or disable automatic voicing of users upon joining a channel. The REG option will voice only registered users whereas the ALL option will voice all users. OFF option will disable auto voicing on the channel. Please see the FAQ topic, How do I automatically voice users using services? for more information.
  • AKICK: Maintains the Auto Kick list for a channel. If a user on the Auto Kick list attempts to join the channel, ChanServ will ban that user from the channel, then kick the user.
    • ADD: /msg chanserv akick #channel add mask reason
      Adds the given nick or usermask to the Auto Kick list. If a reason is given with the command, that reason will be used when the user is kicked; if not, the default reason is “You have been banned from the channel”.
    • STICK: /msg chanserv akick #channel stick mask
      Permanently bans the given mask on the channel. If someone tries to remove the ban, ChanServ will automatically set it again. You can’t use it for registered nicks.
    • UNSTICK: /msg chanserv akick #channel unstick mask
      Cancels the effect of the AKICK STICK command, so you’ll be able to unset the ban again on the channel.
    • DEL: /msg chanserv akick #channel del mask
      Removes the given nick or mask from the Auto Kick list. It does not, however, remove any bans placed by an Auto Kick; those must be removed manually.
    • LIST: /msg chanserv akick #channel list mask
      Displays the Auto Kick list, or optionally only those Auto Kick entries which match the given mask.
    • VIEW: /msg chanserv akick #channel view mask
      The AKICK VIEW command is a more verbose version of AKICK LIST command.
    • ENFORCE: /msg chanserv akick #channel enforce
      Causes ChanServ to enforce the current AKICK list by removing those users who match an AKICK mask.
    • CLEAR: /msg chanserv akick #channel clear
      Clears all entries of the akick list.
  • AOP: Maintains the AOP (AutoOP) list for a channel. The AOP list gives users the right to be auto-opped on your channel, to unban or invite themselves if needed, to have their greet message showed on join, and so on.
    • ADD: /msg chanserv aop #channel add nick
      Adds the given nickname to the AOP list.
    • DEL: /msg chanserv aop #channel del {nick|entry-num|list}
      Removes the given nick from the AOP list. If a list of entry numbers is given, those entries are deleted. (See the example for LIST below.)
    • LIST: /msg chanserv aop #channel list {mask|list}
      Displays the AOP list. If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the mask are displayed. If a list of entry numbers is given, only those entries are shown; for example: AOP #channel LIST 2-5,7-9 Lists AOP entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
    • CLEAR: /msg chanserv aop #channel clear
      The AOP CLEAR command clears all entries of the AOP list.

    Note: The AOP ADD and AOP DEL commands are limited to SOPs or above, while the AOP CLEAR command can only be used by the channel founder. However, any user on the AOP list may use the AOP LIST command. This command may have been disabled for your channel, and in that case you need to use the access list. See /msg chanserv HELP ACCESS for information about the access list, and /msg chanserv HELP SET XOP to know how to toggle between the access list and XOP list systems.

  • BAN: /msg chanserv ban #channel nick reason
    Bans a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given, it will ban you. If channel and nick are not given, it will ban you on all channels you’re on, provided you have the rights to. By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 access and above on the channel. Note: Extended Bans are now available. Please see the FAQ topic, How do I use the Extended Ban Types? for more information.
  • CLEAR: Tells ChanServ to clear certain settings on a channel. what can be any of the following:
    • MODES: /msg chanserv clear #channel modes
      Resets all modes on the channel (i.e. clears modes i,k,l,m,n,p,s,t).
    • BANS: /msg chanserv clear #channel bans
      Clears all bans on the channel.
    • OPS: /msg chanserv clear #channel ops
      Removes channel-operator status (mode +o) from all channel operators.
    • VOICES: /msg chanserv clear #channel voices
      Removes “voice” status (mode +v) from anyone with that mode set.
    • USERS: /msg chanserv clear #channel users
      Removes (kicks) all users from the channel. By default, limited to those with founder access on the channel.
  • DEHALFOP: /msg chanserv dehalfop #channel nick
    Dehalfops a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given, it will dehalfop you. If channel and nick are not given, it will dehalfop you on all channels you’re on, provided you have the rights to. By default, limited to AOPs and those with level 5 access and above on the channel, or to HOPs or those with level 4 and above for self dehalfopping.
  • DEOP: /msg chanserv deop #channel nick
    Deops a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given, it will deop you. If channel and nick are not given, it will deop you on all channels you’re on, provided you have the rights to. By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 access and above on the channel.
  • DEOWNER: /msg chanserv deowner #channel
    Removes your owner status on channel. If channel is not given, it will remove your owner status on all channels you’re on, provided you have the rights to. Limited to those with founder access on the channel.
  • DEPROTECT: /msg chanserv deprotect #channel nick
    Deprotects a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given, it will deprotect you. If channel and nick are not given, it will deprotect you on all channels you’re on, provided you have the rights to. By default, limited to the founder, or to SOPs or those with level 10 and above on the channel for self deprotecting.
  • DEVOICE: /msg chanserv devoice #channel nick
    Devoices a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given, it will devoice you. If channel and nick are not given, it will devoice you on all channels you’re on, provided you have the rights to. By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 access and above on the channel, or to VOPs or those with level 3 and above for self devoicing.
  • DROP: /msg chanserv drop #channel
    Cancel the registration of a channel Can only be used by channel founder, who must use the IDENTIFY command first.
  • GETKEY: /msg chanserv getkey #channel
    Returns the key of the given channel. This is a command mainly intended to be used by bots and/or scripts, so the output is in the following way: KEY channel key. key is “NO KEY” if no key is set.
  • HALFOP: /msg chanserv halfop #channel nick
    Halfops a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given, it will halfop you. If channel and nick are not given, it will halfop you on all channels you’re on, provided you have the rights to. By default, limited to AOPs and those with level 5 access and above on the channel, or to HOPs or those with level 4 and above for self halfopping.
  • HOP: Maintains the HOP (HalfOP) list for a channel. The HOP list gives users the right to be auto-halfopped on your channel.
    • ADD: /msg chanserv hop #channel add nick
      Adds the given nickname to the HOP list.
    • DEL: /msg chanserv hop #channel del {nick|entry-num|list}
      Removes the given nick from the HOP list. If a list of entry numbers is given, those entries are deleted. (See the example for LIST below.)
    • LIST: /msg chanserv hop #channel list {mask|list}
      Displays the HOP list. If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the mask are displayed. If a list of entry numbers is given, only those entries are shown; for example: HOP #channel LIST 2-5,7-9 Lists HOP entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
    • CLEAR: /msg chanserv hop #channel clear
      Command clears all entries of the HOP list.

    The HOP ADD, HOP DEL and HOP LIST commands are limited to AOPs or above, while the HOP CLEAR command can only be used by the channel founder. This command may have been disabled for your channel, and in that case you need to use the access list. See /msg chanserv help access for information about the access list, and /msg chanserv help set XOP to know how to toggle between the access list and XOP list systems.

  • IDENTIFY: /msg chanserv identify #channel password
    Authenticates you to ChanServ as the founder of the given channel. Many commands require you to use this command before using them. The password should be the same one you sent with the REGISTER command.
  • INFO: /msg chanserv info #channel ALL
    Lists information about the named registered #channel, including its founder, time of registration, last time used, description, and mode lock, if any. If ALL is specified, the entry message and successor will also be displayed. By default, the ALL option is limited to those with founder access on the channel.
  • INVITE: /msg chanserv invite #channel
    Tells ChanServ to invite you into the given channel. By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 and above on the channel.
  • KICK: /msg chanserv kick #channel nick reason
    Kicks a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given, it will kick you. If channel and nick are not given, it will kick you on all channels you’re on, provided you have the rights to. By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 access and above on the channel.
  • LEVELS: Allows fine control over the meaning of the numeric access levels used for channels. With this command, you can define the access level required for most of ChanServ’s functions. (The SET FOUNDER and SET PASSWORD commands, as well as this command, are always restricted to the channel founder.) For a list of the features and functions whose levels can be see /cs help levels desc
    • SET: /msg chanserv levels #channel set type level
      Allows the access level for a function or group of functions to be changed.
    • DISABLE: /msg chanserv levels #channel {dis|disable} type
      Disables an automatic feature or disallows access to a function by anyone other than the channel founder.
    • LIST: /msg chanserv levels #channel list
      Shows the current levels for each function or group of functions.
    • RESET: /msg chanserv levels #channel reset
      Resets the levels to the default levels of a newly-created channel (see /msg chanserv help access levels).

    For a list of the features and functions whose levels can be set, see /msg chanserv help levels desc.

  • LOGOUT: /msg chanserv logout #channel nick
    This command makes the selected nickname not identified anymore for the given channel. If you are the founder of the channel, you can log out anybody, else you can only log out yourself.
  • MODE: /mode #channel mode
    Used to change the mode of a channel. You can only change modes for channel you are an Operator or Half-Op on.
    Channel Modes:

    • A = Server/Net/Tech Admin only channel (Settable by Admins)
    • a nick Makes the user a channel admin
    • b [email protected]= Bans the [email protected] from the channel. Note: Extended Bans are now available. Please see the FAQ topic, How do I use the Extended Ban Types? for more information.
    • c = Blocks messages with ANSI color (Color Block).
    • C = No CTCPs allowed in the channel.
    • e [email protected] = Exception ban – If someone matches it they can join even if a ban matches them
    • f [*]lines:seconds = Flood protection, if the * is given a user will be kick banned when they send lines in seconds if * is not given they are just kicked and not banned. Note: Flood protection has been greatly improved. Please see the FAQ topic, How do I enabled Flood Protection for more information.
    • G = Makes the channel G Rated. Any bad words are replaced with censored in channel messages (badwords.channel.conf).
    • H = No +I users may join (Settable by Admins)
    • h nick = Gives HalfOp status to the user
    • i = Invite-only allowed
    • K = /KNOCK is not allowed
    • k key = Needs the Channel Key to join the channel
    • L #chan2 = If +l is full, the next user will auto-join #chan2
    • l x= Channel may hold at most number of users. x= number of max users
    • M = A registered nickname (+r) is required to talk
    • m = Moderated channel, Only users with mode +voh can speak.
    • n = No messages from outside channel
    • N = No Nickname changes are permitted in the channel.
    • O = IRC Operator only channel (Settable by IRCOps)
    • o nick = Gives Operator status to the user
    • p = Private channel
    • q nick = Sets channel owner
    • Q = No kicks able in channel unless by U:Lines
    • r = Channel is Registered
    • R = Requires a Registered nickname to join the channel
    • s = Secret channel
    • S = Strip all incoming colors away
    • t = Only Channel Operators may set the topic
    • T = No NOTICE’s allowed in the channel
    • U = Strips formatting away (reverse, bolds, and underlines.)
    • u = “Auditorium”. Makes /NAMES and /WHO #channel only show Operators.
    • V = /INVITE is not allowed
    • v nick = Gives Voice to the user (May talk if chan is +m)
    • z = Only Clients on a Secure Connection (SSL) can join.
  • OWNER: /msg chanserv owner #channel
    Gives you owner status on channel. If channel is not given, it will give you owner status on all channels you’re on, provided you have the rights to. Limited to those with founder access on the channel.
  • PROTECT: /msg chanserv protect #channel nick
    Protects a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given, it will protect you. If channel and nick are not given, it will protect you on all channels you’re on, provided you have the rights to. By default, limited to the founder, or to SOPs or those with level 10 and above on the channel for self protecting.
  • REGISTER: /msg chanserv register #channel password description
    Registers a channel in the ChanServ database. In order to use this command, you must first be a channel operator on the channel you’re trying to register. The password is used with the IDENTIFY command to allow others to make changes to the channel settings at a later time. The last parameter, which must be included, is a general description of the channel’s purpose. When you register a channel, you are recorded as the “founder” of the channel. The channel founder is allowed to change all of the channel settings for the channel; ChanServ will also automatically give the founder channel-operator privileges when s/he enters the channel. See the ACCESS command (/msg chanserv help access) for information on giving a subset of these privileges to other channel users.
    NOTICE: In order to register a channel, you must have first registered your nickname. If you haven’t, /msg nickserv help for information on how to do so.
  • SENDPASS: /msg chanserv sendpass #channel
    Send the password of the given channel to the e-mail address set in the founder’s nickname record. This command is really useful to deal with lost passwords. May be limited to IRC operators on certain networks. This command is unavailable when encryption is enabled.
  • SET: Allows the channel founder to set various channel options and other information. Available options:
    • BANTYPE: /msg chanserv set #channel bantype Type
      Sets the ban type that will be used by services whenever they need to ban someone from your channel.
      Type is a number between 0 and 3 that means:
      0: ban in the form *[email protected]
      1: ban in the form *!*[email protected]
      2: ban in the form *!*@host
      3: ban in the form *!*[email protected]*.domain
    • DESC: /msg chanserv set #channel desc description
      Sets the description for the channel, which shows up with the LIST and INFO commands.
    • EMAIL: /msg chanserv set #channel email address
      Associates the given E-mail address with the channel. This address will be displayed whenever someone requests information on the channel with the INFO command. If no parameter is given, deletes any current E-mail address for the channel.
    • ENTRYMSG: /msg chanserv set #channel entrymsg message
      Sets the message which will be sent via /notice to users when they enter the channel. If no parameter is given, causes no message to be sent upon entering the channel.
    • FOUNDER: /msg chanserv set #channel founder nick
      Changes the founder of a channel. The new nickname must be a registered one.
    • KEEPTOPIC: /msg chanserv set #channel keeptopic {ON|OFF}
      Enables or disables the topic retention option for a channel. When topic retention is set, the topic for the channel will be remembered by ChanServ even after the last user leaves the channel, and will be restored the next time the channel is created.
    • MLOCK: /msg chanserv set #channel mlock modes
      Sets the mode-lock parameter for the channel. ChanServ allows you to define certain channel modes to be always on, off or free to be either on or off.
      The modes parameter is constructed exactly the same way as a /mode command; that is, modes followed by a + are locked on, and modes followed by a – are locked off. Note, however, that unlike the /mode command, each use of SET MLOCK will remove all modes previously locked before setting the new!
      Warning: If you set a mode-locked key, as in the second example below, you should also set the RESTRICTED option for the channel (see /msg chanserv help set restricted), or anyone entering the channel when it is empty will be able to see the key!
      Examples:
      /msg chanserv set #channel mlock +nt-iklps
      Forces modes n and t on, and modes i, k, l, p, and s off. Mode m is left free to be either on or off.
      /msg chanserv set #channel mlock +knst-ilmp my-key
      Forces modes k, n, s, and t on, and modes i, l, m, and p off. Also forces the channel key to be “my-key”.
      /msg chanserv set #channel mlock +
      Removes the mode lock; all channel modes are free to be either on or off.
    • OPNOTICE: /msg chanserv set #channel opnotice {ON|OFF}
      Enables or disables the op-notice option for a channel. When op-notice is set, ChanServ will send a notice to the channel whenever the OP or DEOP commands are used for a user in the channel.
    • PASSWORD: /msg chanserv set #channel password password
      Sets the password used to identify as the founder of the channel.
    • PEACE: /msg chanserv set #channel peace {ON|OFF}
      Enables or disables the peace option for a channel. When peace is set, an user won’t be able to kick, ban or remove a channel status of an user that has a level superior or equal to his via ChanServ commands.
    • PRIVATE: /msg chanserv set #channel private {ON|OFF}
      Enables or disables the private option for a channel. When private is set, a /msg chanserv LIST will not include the channel in any lists.
    • RESTRICTED: /msg chanserv set #channel restricted {ON|OFF}
      Enables or disables the restricted access option for a channel. When restricted access is set, users who would normally be disallowed from having channel operator privileges (users with negative access levels and, if secure ops is set, users not on the access list) will instead be kicked and banned from the channel.
    • SECURE: /msg chanserv set #channel secure {ON|OFF}
      Enables or disables ChanServ’s security features for a channel. When SECURE is set, only users who have registered their nicknames with NickServ and IDENTIFY’d with their password will be given access to the channel as controlled by the access list.
    • SECUREFOUNDER: /msg chanserv set #channel securefounder {ON|OFF}
      Enables or disables the secure founder option for a channel. When secure founder is set, only the real founder will be able to drop the channel, change its password, its founder and its successor, and not those who are IDENTIFY’d with ChanServ.
    • SECUREOPS: /msg chanserv set #channel secureops {ON|OFF}
      Enables or disables the secure ops option for a channel. When secure ops is set, users who are not on the userlist will not be allowed chanop status.
    • SIGNKICK: /msg chanserv set #channel signkick {ON | LEVEL | OFF}
      Enables or disables signed kicks for a channel. When SIGNKICK is set, kicks issued with ChanServ KICK command will have the nick that used the command in their reason.
      If you use LEVEL, those who have a level that is superior or equal to the SIGNKICK level on the channel won’t have their kicks signed. See /msg chanserv help levels for more information.
    • SUCCESSOR: /msg chanserv set #channel successor nick
      Changes the successor of a channel. If the founder’s nickname expires or is dropped while the channel is still registered, the successor will become the new founder of the channel. However, if the successor already has too many channels registered (20), the channel will be dropped instead, just as if no successor had been set. The new nickname must be a registered one.
    • TOPICLOCK: /msg chanserv set #channel topiclock {ON|OFF}
      Enables or disables the topic lock option for a channel. When topic lock is set, ChanServ will not allow the channel topic to be changed except via the TOPIC command.
    • URL: /msg chanserv set #channel url url
      Associates the given URL with the channel. This URL will be displayed whenever someone requests information on the channel with the INFO command. If no parameter is given, deletes any current URL for the channel.
    • XOP: /msg chanserv set #channel XOP {ON|OFF}
      Enables or disables the XOP lists system for a channel. When XOP is set, you have to use the AOP/SOP/VOP commands in order to give channel privileges to users, else you have to use the ACCESS command.
      Technical Note: when you switch from access list to XOP lists system, your level definitions and user levels will be changed, so you won’t find the same values if you switch back to access system!
      You should also check that your users are in the good XOP list after the switch from access to XOP lists, because the guess is not always perfect… in fact, it is not recommended to use the XOP lists if you changed level definitions with the LEVELS command.
      Switching from XOP lists system to access list system causes no problem though.
  • SOP: Maintains the SOP (SuperOP) list for a channel. The SOP list gives users all rights given by the AOP list, and adds those needed to use the Auto Kick and the BadWords lists, to send and read channel memos, and so on.
    • ADD: /msg chanserv sop #channel add nick
      The SOP ADD command adds the given nickname to the SOP list.
    • DEL: /msg chanserv sop #channel del {nick|entry-num|list}
      The SOP DEL command removes the given nick from the SOP list. If a list of entry numbers is given, those entries are deleted. (See the example for LIST below.)
    • LIST: /msg chanserv sop #channel list {mask|list}
      The SOP LIST command displays the SOP list. If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the mask are displayed. If a list of entry numbers is given, only those entries are shown; for example: SOP #channel LIST 2-5,7-9 Lists AOP entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
    • CLEAR: /msg chanserv op #channel clear
      The SOP CLEAR command clears all entries of the SOP list.

    The SOP ADD, SOP DEL and SOP CLEAR commands are limited to the channel founder. However, any user on the AOP list may use the SOP LIST command. This command may have been disabled for your channel, and in that case you need to use the access list. See /msg chanserv help access for information about the access list, and /msg chanserv HELP SET XOP to know how to toggle between the access list and XOP list systems.

  • TOPIC: /msg chanserv topic #channel topic
    Causes ChanServ to set the channel topic to the one specified. If topic is not given, then an empty topic is set. This command is most useful in conjunction with SET TOPICLOCK. See /msg chanserv help set topiclock for more information.
    By default, limited to those with founder access on the channel.
  • UNBAN: /msg chanserv unban #channel
    Tells ChanServ to remove all bans preventing you from entering the given channel.
    By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 and above on the channel.
  • VOICE: /msg chanserv voice #channel nick
    Voices a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given, it will voice you. If channel and nick are not given, it will voice you on all channels you’re on, provided you have the rights to.
    By default, limited to AOPs or those with level 5 access and above on the channel, or to VOPs or those with level 3 and above for self voicing.
  • VOP: Maintains the VOP (VOicePeople) list for a channel. The VOP list allows users to be auto-voiced and to voice themselves if they aren’t.
    • ADD: /msg chanserv vop #channel add nick
      The VOP ADD command adds the given nickname to the VOP list.
    • DEL: /msg chanserv vop #channel del {nick|entry-num|list}
      The VOP DEL command removes the given nick from the VOP list. If a list of entry numbers is given, those entries are deleted. (See the example for LIST below.)
    • LIST: /msg chanserv vop #channel list {mask|list}
      The VOP LIST command displays the VOP list. If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the mask are displayed. If a list of entry numbers is given, only those entries are shown; for example:
      VOP #channel LIST 2-5,7-9 Lists VOP entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
    • CLEAR: /msg chanserv vop #channel clear
      The VOP CLEAR command clears all entries of the VOP list.

    The VOP ADD, VOP DEL and VOP LIST commands are limited to AOPs or above, while the VOP CLEAR command can only be used by the channel founder. This command may have been disabled for your channel, and in that case you need to use the access list. See /msg chanserv help access for information about the access list, and /msg chanserv help set XOP to know how to toggle between the access list and XOP list systems.

The following commands are only available to IRCOps and higher users:

  • LIST: /msg chanserv list pattern
    Channels with the PRIVATE option set will only be displayed to Services admins. Channels with the NOEXPIRE option set will have a ! appended to the channel name for Services admins. If the FORBIDDEN, SUSPENDED or NOEXPIRE options are given, only channels which, respectively, are FORBIDden, SUSPENDed or have the NOEXPIRE flag set will be displayed. If both options are given, both types of channels will be displayed. These options are limited to Services admins.

The following commands are only available to the WyldRyde IRC Network Staff:

  • DROP: /msg chanserv drop #channel
    Cancel the registration of a channel Can be used without needing to identify via password.
  • FORBID: /msg chanserv forbid #channel reason
    Disallows anyone from registering or using the given channel. May be cancelled by dropping the channel.
  • JAIL: Allows Services Administrators to set certain channels so that ChanServ takes administrative action whenever a user joins those channels. The options are GLOBOPS whenever a user joins the channel 2) KILL a user whenever they join the channel 3) AKILL a user if they join the channel. The channel does not have to be registered.
    • ADD: /msg chanserv jail add #channel action reason
      Adds a channel to the JAIL list. Channels on the list are monitored by services, and action is taken whenever a user joins a monitored channel. Action is one of: GLOBOPS, KILL, or AKILL. Action and reason do not have to be specified.
    • SET:Allows you to set various options for channels that are in the JAIL database.
      • ACTION: /msg chanserv jail set #channel action
        Sets the action for ChanServ to take when a user joins a monitored channel. Options are: GLOBOPS, KILL, or AKILL.
      • REASON: /msg chanserv jail set #channel reason
        Sets the reason ChanServ gives when KILLing or AKILLing a user for joining a monitored channel.
      • REGEXEMPT /msg chanserv jail set #channel regexempt {on|off}
        Determines if ChanServ will take action against register nicks when they join a monitored channel. If set to YES registered nicknames are exempt from action by Jail. If NO, they will not be exempt.
    • DEL: /msg chanserv jail del #channel
      Deletes a channel from the JAIL list and removes services monitoring of that channel
    • VIEW: /msg chanserv jail view #channel
      Allows you to view the information for a channel on the JAIL list.
    • LIST: /msg chanserv jail list
      Lists all the channels in the JAIL list.
  • NOEXPIRE /msg chanserv set #channel noexpire {on|off}
    Services admins can set the option NOEXPIRE, with which channels can be prevented from expiring.
  • STATUS: /msg chanserv status #channel nickname
    Returns the current access level of the given nick on the given channel. The reply is of the form: status channel nickname access-level. If an error occurs, the reply will be in the form: status error error-message.
  • SUSPEND: /msg chanserv suspend #channel reason
    Disallows anyone from registering or using the given channel. May be cancelled by using the UNSUSPEND command to preserve all previous channel data/settings. Prevent a channel from being used preserving channel data and settings.
  • UNSUSPEND: /msg chanserv unsuspend #channel
    Releases a suspended channel. All data and settings are preserved from before the suspension.

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BotServ Commands

BotServ Commands

BotServ allows you to have a bot on your own channel. It has been created for users that can’t host or configure an eggdrop or other type of bot. Available commands are listed below; to use them, type /msg botserv command. For more information on a specific command, type /msg botserv help command.

ACT: /msg botserv act #channel text
Makes the bot do the equivalent of a “/me” command

ASSIGN: /msg botserv assign #channel botnick
Assigns a bot to a channel

BADWORDS: Maintains bad words list. (The bad words list determines which words are to be kicked when the bad words kicker is enabled.)
ADD: /msg botserv badwords #channel add word {SINGLE|START}
Adds the given word to the badword list. If SINGLE is specified, a kick will be done only if an user says the entire word. If START is specified, a kick will be done if an user says a word that starts with word. If END is specified, a kick will be done if an user says a word that ends with word. If you don’t specify anything, a kick will be issued every time word is said by an user.
DEL: /msg botserv badwords #channel del {word|entry-number|list}
Removes the given word from the bad words list. If a list of entry numbers is given, those entries are deleted. (See the example for LIST below.)
LIST: /msg botserv badwords #channel {mask|list}
Displays the bad words list. If a wildcard mask is given, only those entries matching the mask are displayed. If a list of entry numbers is given, only those entries are shown; for example: BADWORDS #channel LIST 2-5,7-9 Lists bad words entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.
CLEAR: /msg botserv badwords #channel clear
The BADWORDS CLEAR command clears all entries of the bad words list.

BOTLIST: /msg botserv botlist
Lists available bots

INFO: /msg botserv info #channel/nick
Allows you to see BotServ information about a channel or a bot. If the parameter is a channel, then you’ll get information such as enabled kickers. If the parameter is a nick, you’ll get information about a bot, such as creation time or number of channels it is on.

KICK: Configures bot kickers. Options available are:
BOLDS: /msg botserv kick #channel bolds {on|off} ttb
Sets the bolds kicker on or off. When enabled, this option tells the bot to kick users who use bolds. ttb is the number of times an user can be kicked before it get banned. Don’t give ttb to disable the ban system once activated. We strongly recommend you don’t enable this feature, use /mode #channel +U instead.
BADWORDS: /msg botserv kick #channel badwords {on|off} ttb
Sets if the bot kicks bad words. When enabled, this option tells the bot to kick users who say certain words on the channels. You can define bad words for your channel using the BADWORDS command. Type /msg botserv help badwords for more information. ttb is the number of times an user can be kicked before it get banned. Don’t give ttb to disable the ban system once activated. We strongly recommend you don’t enable this feature, use /mode #channel +G instead.
CAPS: /msg botserv kick #channel caps {on|off} ttb [min [percent]] Sets the caps kicker on or off. When enabled, this option tells the bot to kick users who are talking in CAPS. The bot kicks only if there are at least min caps and they constitute at least percent% of the total text line (if not given, it defaults to 10 characters and 25%). ttb is the number of times an user can be kicked before it get banned. Don’t give ttb to disable the ban system once activated.
COLORS: /msg botserv kick #channel colors {on|off} ttb
Sets the colors kicker on or off. When enabled, this option tells the bot to kick users who use colors. ttb is the number of times an user can be kicked before it get banned. Don’t give ttb to disable the ban system once activated.We strongly recommend you don’t enable this feature, use /mode #channel +U instead.
FLOOD: /msg botserv kick #channel flood {on|off} ttb [ln [secs]] Sets the flood kicker on or off. When enabled, this option tells the bot to kick users who are flooding the channel using at least ln lines in secs seconds (if not given, it defaults to 6 lines in 10 seconds). ttb is the number of times an user can be kicked before it get banned. Don’t give ttb to disable the ban system once activated. We strongly recommend you don’t enable this feature, instead use our much improved Flood Protection. Please see the FAQ topic, How do I enabled Flood Protection for more information.
REPEAT: /msg botserv kick #channel repeat {on|off} ttb [num] Sets the repeat kicker on or off. When enabled, this option tells the bot to kick users who are repeating themselves num times (if num is not given, it defaults to 3). ttb is the number of times an user can be kicked before it get banned. Don’t give ttb to disable the ban system once activated.
REVERSES: /msg botserv kick #channel reverses {on|off} ttb
Sets the reverses kicker on or off. When enabled, this option tells the bot to kick users who use reverses. ttb is the number of times an user can be kicked before it get banned. Don’t give ttb to disable the ban system once activated. We strongly recommend you don’t enable this feature, use /mode #channel +U instead.
UNDERLINES: /msg botserv kick #channel underlines {on|off} ttb
Sets the underlines kicker on or off. When enabled, this option tells the bot to kick users who use underlines. ttb is the number of times an user can be kicked before it get banned. Don’t give ttb to disable the ban system once activated. We strongly recommend you don’t enable this feature, use /mode #channel +U instead.

SAY: /msg botserv say #channel text
Makes the bot say the given text on the given channel.

SET: Configures bot options. Option available are:
DONTKICKOPS: /msg botserv set #channel dontkickops {on|off}
Enables or disables ops protection mode on a channel. When it is enabled, ops won’t be kicked by the bot even if they don’t match the NOKICK level. On by default, off not recommended.
DONTKICKVOICES: /msg botserv set #channel dontkickvoices {on|off}
Enables or disables voices protection mode on a channel. When it is enabled, voices won’t be kicked by the bot even if they don’t match the NOKICK level. On by default, off not recommended.
GREET: /msg botserv set #channel greet {on|off}
Enables or disables greet mode on a channel. When it is enabled, the bot will display greet messages of users joining the channel, provided they have enough access to the channel. Off by default.
FANTASY: /msg botserv set #channel fantasy {on|off}
Enables or disables fantasy mode on a channel. When it is enabled, users will be able to use commands !op, !deop, !voice, !devoice, !kick, !kb, !unban, !seen on a channel (find how to use them; try with or without nick for each, and with a reason for some?). Note that users wanting to use fantasist commands MUST have enough level for both the FANTASIA and another level depending of the command if required (for example, to use !op, user must have enough access for the OPDEOP level.) On by default, off not recommended.
SYMBIOSIS: /msg botserv set #channel symbiosis {on|off}
Enables or disables symbiosis mode on a channel. When it is enabled, the bot will do everything normally done by ChanServ on channels, such as MODEs, KICKs, and even the entry message. On by default, off not recommended.

UNASSIGN: /msg botserv unassign #channel
Unassigns a bot from a channel. When you use this command, the bot won’t join the channel anymore. However, bot configuration for the channel is kept, so you will always be able to reassign a bot later without have to reconfigure it entirely.

The following commands are only available to the WyldRyde IRC Network Staff:

NOBOT: /msg botserv set #channel nobot {on|off}
This option makes a channel be unassignable. If a bot is already assigned to the channel, it is unassigned automatically when you enable the option.
PRIVATE: /msg botserv set bot-nick private {on|off}
This option prevents a bot from being assigned to a channel by users that aren’t IRC operators.
BOT: Allows Services admins to create, modify, and delete bots that users will be able to use on their own channels. Note: if you create a bot that has a nick that is registered, it will be dropped. Also, if an user is currently using the nick, it will be killed.
ADD: /msg botserv bot add nick username hostname realname
Bot add adds a bot with the given nickname, username, hostname and realname. Since no integrity checks are done for these settings, be really careful.
CHANGE: /msg botserv bot change oldnick newnick username hostname realname
Bot change allows to change nickname, username, hostname or realname of a bot without actually delete it (and all the data associated with it).
DEL: /msg botserv bot del nick
Bot del removes the given bot from the bot list.
LIST: /msg botserv bot list
Bot list is an alias of BOTLIST and just lists all bots available on the network.

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IRC Commands

IRC Help Section

 

There Is List of IRC Commands and Also a help of IRC and Lote of help in IRC Tutorial Also help To install unreal IRCD and Also Help For Script Code And Others.

 

 BotServ Commands– BotServ allows you to have a bot on your own channel. It has been created for users that can’t host or configure a bot


ChanServ Commands– ChanServ allows you to register and control various aspects of channels. ChanServ can often prevent malicious users from “taking over” channels by limiting who is allowed channel operator privileges.

NickServ Commands– NickServ allows you to register a nickname and prevent others from using it.

Fantasy Commands– BotServ allows you to have a bot on your own channel. It has been created for users that can’t host or configure a bot.

MemoServ Commands– MemoServ is a utility allowing IRC users to send short messages to other IRC users, whether they are online at the time or not, or to channels.

IRCOp Commands– Server commands only available to IRCOps and higher users.

Services/Network Admin Commands – Server Commands only available to Service Administrators and Network Administrators.

RootServ Commands– We use RootServ in place of OperServ. Specific set of commands only available to authorized IRCOps and higher users.


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