InfoServ

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 messages in the database. These messages will also be sent to all users on connect.

Syntax: LIST

Example:

/msg InfoServ LIST

ODEL

ODEL is used to delete informational messages that you no longer want opers to see upon oper-up. This will not allow you to delete user InfoServ messages.

Syntax: ODEL <id>

Example:

/msg InfoServ ODEL 1

OLIST

LIST allows you to view all oper informational messages in the database. These messages will also be sent to all opers upon oper-up.
This command will not list user informational messages, use LIST for that.

Syntax: OLIST

Example:

/msg InfoServ OLIST

POST

POST allows you to post one-time messages to all users (that will be sent when you run the command) or messages that all users will see upon connect or messages only opers will see when they oper-up.

Underscores (“_”) in the subject will be replaced by spaces.

IMPORTANCE:

Importance defines the type of message that will be sent.

0 - Only display to opers upon oper-up.
1 - Only display to users upon connect.
2 - Send a notice to all users now.
3 - Display message to all users upon connect AND send a notice to
all users now.
4 - Send a privmsg/query to all users now. It is important to note that this
may annoy users and should only be used when absolutely necessary.

Syntax: POST <importance> <subject> <message>

Example:

/msg InfoServ POST 2 Info1 Some important information for users.

/msg InfoServ POST 1 Multi_Word_Subject Some more information.

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