HOW DO I REGISTER A ROOM?

/msg chanserv register #channel (password) (description)


Example: If you wanted to register #chat, you would type /msg chanserv register #chat mYp4ssw0rd General Chat

HOW DO I SET AN ENTRY MESSAGE FOR PEOPLE WHO JOIN MY ROOM?

/msg chanserv set #channel entrymsg (message)


Example: If you wanted an entry message for #chat, you would type /msg chanserv set #chat entrymsg Welcome everyone! Please be respectful of other chatters, and enjoy your time!

HOW DO I CONFIGURE MY ROOM TO AUTOMATICALLY SET MODES WHEN PEOPLE ENTER?

/msg chanserv set #channel mlock (modes)


Example: If you wanted #chat to be marked as private after the first person enters, you would type /msg chanserv set #chat mlock +p

HOW DO I GIVE SOMEONE ACCESS IN MY ROOM?

By default, your room is configured to use the Numerical access system. The Numerical system uses the following levels:


9999 = Channel owner (~)

10 = Super operator (&)

5 = Channel operator (@)

4 = Channel half-operator (%)

3 = Voiced user (+)


Example: To grant Scott operator access in #chat, you would type /msg chanserv access #chat add Scott 5. To remove Scott's access, use /msg chanserv access #chat del Scott.

HOW DO I SWITCH FROM NUMERICAL TO XOP ACCESS LEVELS?

The XOP privilege system is an alternative to Numerical. To disable Numerical mode, type /msg chanserv set #channel xop on. This will put your channel into XOP access list format. The XOP system uses the following levels:


SOP = Channel administrator (&)

AOP = Channel operator (@)

HOP = Channel half-operator (%)

VOP = Voiced user (+)


Example: To grant Scott operator access in #chat, you would type /msg chanserv aop #chat add Scott. To remove Scott's access, use /msg chanserv aop #chat del Scott.

HOW DO I SEE THE ACCESS LIST FOR MY CHANNEL?

/msg chanserv access #channel list


HOW DO I BAN SOMEONE FROM MY CHANNEL?

/msg chanserv ban #channel (nickname) (reason)


Example: If you wanted to ban Scott from your channel, you would type /msg chanserv ban #chat Scott. The type of ban it is depends on the bantype set for the channel.

HOW DO I CHANGE THE BANTYPE ON MY CHANNEL?

/msg chanserv set #channel bantype (number)


0: ban in the form *!user@host

1: ban in the form *!*user@host

2: ban in the form *!*@host

3: ban in the form *!*user@*.domain


Example: /msg chanserv set #chat bantype 2

HOW DO I CHANGE THE TOPIC OF MY CHANNEL?

/msg chanserv topic #channel (topic text)


HOW DO I DROP MY CHANNEL?

/msg chanserv drop #channel


HOW DO I MAKE EVERYONE THAT JOINS HAVE VOICE?

/msg chanserv levels #channel set autovoice 0