NickServ (NS)

NS (NickServ) – /msg NS HELP – lists the following help ACC   ACC returns parsable information about a user’s login status. Note that on many networks, /whois shows similar information faster and more reliably. The answer is in the form <nick> ACC <digit>: 0 – account or user does not exist 1 – account Read more about NickServ (NS)[…]

ChanServ (CS)

CS (ChanServ) – /msg CS HELP – lists the following help ACCESS ADD   ACCESS ADD will assign the given user to the given channel role. Syntax: ACCESS <#channel> ADD <user> <role> Examples: /msg ChanServ ACCESS #atheme ADD stitch helpers ACCESS DEL ACCESS DEL will remove all channel access from a given user. Syntax: ACCESS Read more about ChanServ (CS)[…]

OperServ (OS)

OS (OperServ) – /msg OS HELP – lists the following help AKILL   AKILL allows you to maintain network-wide bans a la DALnet AKILL. Services will keep your AKILLs stored and allow for easy management. Syntax: AKILL ADD <nick|hostmask> [!P|!T <minutes>] <reason> If the !P token is specified the AKILL will never expire (permanent). If Read more about OperServ (OS)[…]

MemoServ (MS)

MS (MemoServ) – /msg MS HELP – lists the following help DELETE   DELETE allows you to delete memos from your inbox. You can delete all memos with the ALL parameter, all read memos with the OLD parameter, or specify a memo number. You can obtain a memo number by using the LIST command. Once Read more about MemoServ (MS)[…]


InfoServ – /msg InfoServ HELP – lists the following help DEL   DEL is used to delete informational messages that you no longer want users to see on connect. This will not allow you to delete oper InfoServ messages. Syntax: DEL <id> Example: /msg InfoServ DEL 1 LIST LIST allows you to view all informational Read more about InfoServ[…]

GroupServ (GS)

GS (GroupServ) – /msg GS HELP – lists the following help ACSNOLIMIT   ACSNOLIMIT allows a group to have a unlimited number of group access list entries. Syntax: ACSNOLIMIT <!group> ON|OFF Examples: /msg GroupServ ACSNOLIMIT !awesome-people ON DROP DROP allows you to “unregister” a registered group. Once you DROP a group all of the data Read more about GroupServ (GS)[…]


Global – Network Announcements GLOBAL   GLOBAL allows an IRCop to store multiple lines in a buffer and send them at one time to every user on the network. Syntax: GLOBAL <parameters>|SEND|CLEAR Examples: /msg Global GLOBAL this is line 1 /msg Global GLOBAL this is line 2 /msg Global GLOBAL SEND /msg Global GLOBAL CLEAR

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