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REGISTER: /ns register password email
This command will allow you to register your nickname with QuickChat Services.
Note: always use a good password and your REAL email, because if you lose your password, they are your only chance of getting it back.

IDENTIFY: /ns identify password or /pass password
This command will allow you to identify with NickServ.

RECOVER: /ns recover nickname password
This command will help you to recover your nick when a user is using it, you can disconnect them using the recover command.

GHOST: /ns ghost nickname password
This command will allow you to disconnect your nickname if you get disconnected from the chat but QuickChat still thinks you are there.

RELEASE: /ns release nickname password
This command will allow you to release a nickname that is being held by services.

DROP: /ns drop nickname
This command will allow you to drop your nickname
You should first identify to NickServ with the nick password, then use the drop command.
Note: If you drop a nickname and you have a channel, your channel will drop too.

ACC: /ns acc nickname
With this command we can verify what the user status towards the nickname is. For instance, if the user is identified to it, if the user matches the user access list or if the user doesnt have any access.
Possible displays:
user is not online, the nickname is not registerd
-acc 0 (no access)
-acc 1 (matches the access list)
-acc 2 (identify)

INFO: /ns info nickname
This command allow you to get all server information for an specific nick, such as registration date, last time seen, owner's user@hostmask, also the information the user entered with the field command.

ACCESS: /ns access list
Allows you to list, add, delete or wipe user@host masks from your nickname.
Note: when we register a nickname our user@hostmask is added automatically in our nick access list.
/ns access add <user@host mask>
/ns access del <user@host mask>
/ns access wipe

WATCH: /ns watch add/del/list <nick|channel>
This command will have ns manage your watch list. A watch list is similar to a notify list.
/ns watch add Josh

BUDDY: /ns buddy add/del/list <nick|channel>
This command will have ns manage your buddy list. Same as watch and similiar to a notify.
/ns buddy add Spaceman

LISTCHANS: /ns listchans nickname
Allows you to have a list of all the channels you have access to.
Note you can only see the list of your nickname.

AUTH: /ns AUTH <command>[<nick|id>]
The AUTH is the Authorization process when adding a nickname on your buddy/watch list.
LIST - Gives you a list of the requests
VIEW - Read the AUTH request Message
READ - Read the AUTH request Message
APPROVE - Approve the authorization request.
ACCEPT - Approve the authorization request.
DECLINE - Decline the authorization request.
REJECT - Decline the authorization request.

AUTHORIZE: /ns set authorize buddy <on|off>
This setting will force a user to ask for your authorization before adding you to their Buddy list.
If you turn this option off, anyone can add you.
Turning this option on will mean that your authorization is required to be added to watch or buddy lists.
If you don't add an on or off parameter it will display your current authorization settings. /ns set authorize

PASSWD: /ns set passwd newpassword
This allows you to change your nickname password.

URL: /ns set url http://www.yourweb.com
This command allow you to set a url to your nickname info.

NOMEMO: /ns set nomemo on/off
This command allows you to chose if you want to receive memos or not.

NOOP: /ns set noop on/off
Your authorization will be required if anyone wants to add you in a channel aop/sop/vop/uop list.

EMAIL: /ns set email newemail
This command allows you to change your email in your /ns info yournickname

SHOWEMAIL: /ns set showemail on/off
If a user wishes his/her email not to be seen by other users, he/she should turn it on.

PROTECT: /ns set protect on/off
This command allows you to protect your nick from being used, the user nickname will be changed to a guest one, if they dont enter the nick password.

SECURE: /ns set secure on/off
This command makes NickServ ignore nickname access lists, when deciding if a user has access to a nickname. If this setting is on, in addition to the kill setting, and the user matches an access list, NickServ will not enforce the PROTECT switch, however the user will not be granted any privileges.

MRECEIPTS: /ns set mreceipts on/off
With this command you won't get back notifications from the memos you have sent.

MFORWARD: /ns set mforward on/off nickname
This will redirect all memos arriving to the nickname you specify. to disable it /ns set mforward OFF.

FIELD: /ns set field
This command will allow you to set information about yourself, and it will be displayed in the /ns info nick, i.e /ns set field age 12.
NOTE: to delete a field you must enter the field you want to del without any information and press enter. i.e /ns set field age (enter).


INFO: /cs info #channel
Find out who is the founder, when it was registered etc.

SOP: /cs sop #channel add nickname
Sops are added by the founder, the sops can add/del/wipe/clean the channels list, they can also mkick the channel.
/cs sop #quickchat add Josh

AOP: /cs aop #channel add nickname
The aops are added by sops and the founder, the aops can kick/ban users from a channel.
You can /cs aop #channel add/del/wipe and list.
/cs aop #quickchat add Mary

UOP: /cs uop #channel add nickname
Uops maintain the the channel UserOp List and can get channel memos but not send, invite themselves to a channel and view the aop/vop/sop list.
ie /cs uop #www add fiend

VOP: /cs vop #channel add nickname
The vop will have a + before their nickname, he/her can get and send memos to the channel, they can invite themselves to the channel they are vop in.
You can /cs vop #channel add/del/wipe and list.
/cs vop #quickchat add Joe

ATTACH: /cs attach #channel password desc
This command allows you to register your channel.
Desc will be the description of your channel.

IDENTIFY: /cs identify #channel password
This command allows you to identify to chanserv with your channel password.

DROP: /cs drop #channel
This command allows you to drop your channel.
The channel founder must identify with the channel password first.

OP: /cs op #channel nickname (s)
Will give Op to the given nick(s) in the given channel.
Will not work if secured ops is on and if the user isn't in the aop/sop list. This is used by aops and higher.

DEOP: /cs deop #channel nickname
This command is used to remove operator status from someone in a channel. this is used by aops and higher.

VOICE: /cs voice #channel nickname
This command is used to devoice a user in a channel.

DEVOICE: /cs devoice #channel nickname
This command is used to devoice a user in a channel.

INVITE: /cs invite #channel
The invite must be done if a channel is +i.
You cannot invite other users via chanserv.

MDEOP: /cs mdeop #channel
This command removes all ops from their status in the specific channel.
The founder won't be deopped by this command.

MKICK: /cs mkick #channel
This command evacuates the channel by kicking everyone out, banning everyone, setting the channel +i.

UNBAN: /cs unban #channel me/all.
This command will remove bans in the specific channel, the ME option can be used for Aops and above, and it will remove all the bans that match your current address.
The ALL option is limited to sops or above, and it will remove all the bans in the channel ban list.

COUNT: /cs count #channel
This command will display the #'s of uop/vops/aops/sops and akicks. Limited to uops or highers.
/cs count #quickchat

WHY: /cs why #channel nick
This command will return the reason why a user has an access level to a specified channel, ops and higher can use it.

ACC: /cs acc #channel nickname
This command will return the access level of the specific user in the specified channel.

ACCESS: /cs access #channel nickname
This command is the same as acc.

AUTOVOICE: /cs set #channel autovop on/off
This command will give all the users that aren't on the channel list +v when they join the channel. But if they are banned they wont be able to invite themselves back.

IDENT: /cs set #channel ident on/off
The ops will have to identify first in order to get their op status.

OPGUARD: /cs set #channel opguard on/off
Only aops/sops will be allowed operator status in the channel.

TOPICLOCK: /cs set #channel topiclock founder/sop/aop/off
This command allows the founder to select who will be able to change the topic.

KEEPTOPIC: /cs set #channel keeptopic on/off
When this option is ON, ChanServ will save the last topic set and re-set it when the channel is recreated.

RESTRICT: /cs set #channel restrict on/off
This command denies users that aren't on the uop and above access to join the channel.

FOUNDER: /cs set #channel founder
Allows you to be able to change who the founder of a channel is. The user wanting the channel should first identify to the channel using the channel password and then use this command.

MEMOLEVEL: /cs set #channel memolevel vop/aop/sop/NONE
When the NONE option is specified, only the founder can send memos.

URL: /cs set #channel url YourURLhere
/cs set #channel url NONE. (to delete the url)
Allows the founder to attach a url in the channel info, and it will be displayed in the channel info.

DESC: /cs set #channel DESC description
This will be used to change the channel description

EMAIL: /cs set email #channel email
This allows you to attach your email in the channel info. Note the NONE option will delete the email.

PASSWD: /cs set #channel passwd newpassword
This allows you to change your channel's password

MLOCK: /cs set #channel mlock +|-<modes>
Allows the founder to lock modes, either on or off according to the specified patterns. Specifying an empty pattern disables MLOCK Modes "k" and "l" can only be used manually if they are to be used with a value. Examples: /mode #channel +k Key
or /mode channel +l 3. Modes "k" and "l" can only be modelocked by ChanServ if used without parameters as shown in the examples:
/cs set #www mlock +tn
/cs set #spiderslair mlock -kl
/cs set #webchat mlock +tn-klpi


SEND: /ms send
This command will send a memo to a specific user
/ms send Josh Did you know that TVClub Rocks?

SENDTO: /ms sendto #channel vop/aop/sop msg
Send a memo to a specific channel list.
/ms sendto #quickchat sop Where is tommorow night's meeting at 8:00 pm?

LIST: /ms list
List your current memos

READ: /ms read #
Read a memo
/ms read 17

DELETE: /ms del
Mark a memo as deleted
/ms del #
/ms del all or *
/ms del from #:to # ie. /ms del 1:8 (will delete memos from 1 to 8)
Note: The memos you delete will go to the recycle box.

EXPUNGE: /ms expunge
Delete permanently all memos from the recycle box

CLOSE: /ms close
Close an active memo folder, memoserv will ask you to select a new box

STAT: /ms stat
Displays all memo folders

CREATE: /ms create boxname
Create a new memo folder
/ms create INBOX2

UNDEL: /ms undel #
Undelete a memo from the recycler box
/ms undel 3, that memo will return to your actual box.

SELECT: /ms select
Select your active memo box
/ms select INBOX2 (if you were in INBOX you will open the INBOX2 folder.)

MOVE: /ms move
Move a selected message to a specified memo box
ie. /ms move 2 SYSTEM1

IGNORE: /ms ignore
The syntax is /ms IGNORE [add|del|list|wipe] <nickname>
you will be able to ignore and manage your memoserv ignore list, the ignored nicknames must be registered via NickServ.
If the ignored nickname tries to send you a memo, he/her will be notified that they are in the ignore list and that you do not wish to receive any memos from them.
/ms ignore add Jenn|fer
/ms ignore del Josh
/ms ignore list

Channel Modes

b - Ban - /mode #channel +b Josh!*@*
i - Invite Only
k - Keyed - Allows you to specify a password or "key" needed to join. If you have the password, type /join #channel password
l - Limit
m - Moderated
n - No External Messages
o - Channel Operator
p - Private (Marks the channel as private. Will not appear when other users do /list command.)
s - Secret (Hides the channel in the list)
r - Registered
t - Topic can only be changed by ops.
v - Voice: Gives the user a voice when the channel is moderated (+m)
j - Java clients don't need the key to get into a +k channel. If not simultaneously used with +k the channel will only allow Java users in the channel and lock out all other clients.
c - This mode will prevent colors from being sent to the channel
u - User Op: UOPs, you can set a user to +u, he/she will be identified with a - in front of their nickname.
O - Channel Overflow, If you set a user limit in the channel and have mode +O on, it will redirect the users in the second channel Example: /mode #channel +Ol user limit #newchannel.
L - Language filtering. This is set on the server level, if filtering is enabled and you want language filters to be active in channels you must set this channel mode. Operators only.
R - Restricted
d - Nick change restriction. This channel mode will only allow 1 nickname change per user, from Guestxxxx to nickname. Does not affect IRC operators.

User Modes

m - Moderated: This will protect you from getting direct messages from other users.
i - Invisible: Makes a user invisible, you will not be able to see what channels this user has joined unless you are in a channel with that user.
s - Server messages: Allows you to see messages that the server sends.
n - NewsFlash: This will allow the users to receive newsflash messages.
w - Wallops: Messages sent by ircops to users will be visible.
j - Java user mode only.
r - User is using a registered Nickname that matches the mask.
R - User has identified to NickServ with nickname password.
L - Language filtering mode. If filtering is set on the server the user with this mode will have selected language filtered with ***. This mode says the user has sensative ears.
E - Preferes to speak in English appears on /whois nickname
F - Prefers to speak in french
G - Prefers to speak in German
S - Prefers to speak in Spanish
M - Prefers to speak in Malaysian

Other Commands

/whois nickname - Returns information about someone who is currently online.

/quit - Leave ClubChat/P>

/nick newnickname - Change nicknames without even leaving the chat room.

/me action - Creates an action in a channel. Appears as * nickname action here

/float - Creates a floating window for QuickChat, freeing your browser. /embed puts it back on your browser.

/load OpPanel - Loads the operator panel in which you can control modes, kick users, change the topic and give other users operator status. Cannot be used in restricted mode.

/kick #channel nickname reason - Kick a user from your chat room.

/silence nickname - Ignores personal messages from a specific user.

/msg nickname your message here - Sends a private message to the nickname specified.

/notice nickname your message here - Sends a notice to a nickname. You can also replace the nickname with a channel to send the notice to the whole channel.

/query nickname - Brings up a dedicated private message window for that nickname. Cannot be used in restricted mode.

/list - Lists all the channels availible to QuickChat. This can be VERY long.