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The CHANSERV Command List Available to All Users

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 priviliges. Available commands are listed below; to use them, type: /msg ChanServ command. For more information on a specific command, type: /msg ChanServ HELP command.

1.REGISTER:Register a channel
2.IDENTIFY:Identify yourself with your password
3.SET:Set channel options and information
4.AOP:Modify the list of AOP users
5.SOP:Modify the list of SOP users
6.ACCESS:Modify the list of privileged users
7.LEVELS:Redefine the meanings of access levels
8.AKICK:Maintain the AutoKick list
9.DROP:Cancel the registration of a channel
10.SENDPASS:Help retrive lost passwords
11.BAN:
12.CLEAR:
13.DEOP:
14.DEVOICE:
15.GETKEY:
16.INFO:
17.INVITE:
18.KICK:
19.LIST:
20.LOGOUT:
21.OP:
22.TOPIC:
23.UNBAN:
24.VOICE:
25.VOP:
26.DEHALFOP:
27.DEOWNER:
28.DEPROTECT:
29.HALFOP:
30.HOP:
31.OWNER:
32.PROTECT:

Note that any channel which is not used for 30 days (i.e. which no user on the channel's access list enters for that period of time) will be automatically dropped.

1.

REGISTER:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv REGISTER channel password description

Registers a channel in the ChanServ database. In order to use this command, you must first be a registered user and the channel operator on the channel you're trying to register. This means the channel is not registered to someone else and that you opened the channel by typing /join #channel-name-desired. 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.

2.

IDENTIFY:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

3.

SET:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv SET channel option parameters

Allows the channel founder to set various channel options and other information.

The vailable options are:

KEEPTOPIC:
a.FOUNDER:Set the founder of a channel
b.SUCCESSOR:Set the successor for a channel
c.PASSWORD:Set the founder password
d.DESC:Set the channel description
e.URL:Associate a URL with the channel
f.EMAIL:Associate an E-mail address with the channel
g.ENTRYMSG:Set a message to be sent to users when they enter the channel
h.BANTYPE:Set how Services make bans on the channel
i. MLOCK:Lock channel modes on or off
j. Retain topic when channel is not in use
k.OPNOTICE:Send a notice when OP/DEOP commands are used
l.PEACE:Regulate the use of critical commands
m.PRIVATE:Hide channel from LIST command
n. RESTRICTED:Restrict access to the channel
o. SECURE:Activate ChanServ security features
p.SECUREOPS:Stricter control of chanop status
q. SECUREFOUNDER:Stricter control of channel founder status
r.SIGNKICK:Sign kicks that are done with KICK command
s. TOPICLOCK:Topic can only be changed with TOPIC
t. XOP:Toggle the user privilege system

Type /msg ChanServ HELP SET option for more information on a particular option.

Services admins can also set the option NOEXPIRE, with which channels can be prevented from expiring. Additionally, Services admins can set options for any channel without identifying by password for the channel.

a.

FOUNDER:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv SET channel FOUNDER nick

Changes the founder of a channel. The new nickname must be a registered one.

b.

SUCCESSOR:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

c.

PASSWORD:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv SET channel PASSWORD password

Sets the password used to identify as the founder of the channel.

d.

DESC:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv SET channel DESC description

Sets the description for the channel, which shows up with the LIST and INFO commands.

e.

URL:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

This is a very good place to begin for setting up your channel's web page. Deepspace.org will host up to six meg of web page for any Channel founded in Deepspace. Please ask about this Web Service.

f.

EMAIL:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

g.

ENTRYMSG:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

h.

BANTYPE:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv SET channel BANTYPE bantype

Sets the ban type that will be used by services whenever they need to ban someone from your channel.

Bantype is a number between 0 and 3 that means:

  • 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

i.

MLOCK:
The syntax is:

  • 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 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.

j.

KEEPTOPIC:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

k.

OPNOTICE:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

l.

PEACE:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

m.

PRIVATE:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

n.

RESTRICTED:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

o.

SECURE:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

p.

SECUREOPS:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

q.

SECUREFOUNDER:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

r.

SIGNKICK:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

s.

TOPICLOCK:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanser 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.

t.

XOP:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

4.

AOP:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv AOP channel ADD nick
  • /msg chanserv AOP channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
  • /msg chanserv AOP channel LIST [mask | list]
  • /msg chanserv AOP channel CLEAR

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.

The /msg chanserv AOP channel ADD nick command adds the given nickname to the AOP list.

The /msg chanserv AOP channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list} command 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.)

The /msg chanserv AOP channel LIST [mask | list] command 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: /msg chanserv AOP #channel LIST 2-5,7-9 lists AOP entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.

The /msg chanserv AOP CLEAR command clears all entries of the AOP list.

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.

5.

SOP:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv SOP channel ADD nick
  • /msg chanserv SOP channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
  • /msg chanserv SOP channel LIST [mask | list]
  • /msg chanserv SOP channel CLEAR

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 AutoKick and the BadWords lists, to send and read channel memos, and so on.

The /msg chanserv SOP channel ADD nick command adds the given nickname to the SOP list.

The /msg chanserv SOP channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list} 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.)

The /msg chanserv SOP channel LIST [mask | 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.

The /msg chanserv SOP channel 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.

6.

ACCESS:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv ACCESS channel ADD nick level
  • /msg chanserv ACCESS channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
  • /msg chanserv ACCESS channel LIST [mask | list]
  • /msg chanserv ACCESS channel CLEAR

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.

The /msg chanserv ACCESS channel ADD nick level command 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.

The /msg chanserv ACCESS channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list} command 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.)

The /msg chanserv ACCESS channel LIST [mask | list] command 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: ACCESS #channel LIST 2-5,7-9 lists access entries numbered 2 through 5 and 7 through 9.

The /msg chanserv ACCESS channel CLEAR command clears all entries of the access list.

7.

LEVELS:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv LEVELS channel SET type level
  • /msg chanserv LEVELS channel {DIS | DISABLE} type
  • /msg chanserv LEVELS channel LIST
  • /msg chanserv LEVELS channel RESET

The LEVELS command 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.)

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 HELP ACCESS LEVELS).

For a list of the features and functions whose levels can be set, see HELP LEVELS DESC.

8.

AKICK:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv AKICK channel ADD mask [reason]
  • /msg chanserv AKICK channel STICK mask
  • /msg chanserv AKICK channel UNSTICK mask
  • /msg chanserv AKICK channel DEL mask
  • /msg chanserv AKICK channel LIST [mask]
  • /msg chanserv AKICK channel VIEW [mask]
  • /msg chanserv AKICK channel ENFORCE
  • /msg chanserv AKICK channel CLEAR

Maintains the AutoKick list for a channel. If a user on the AutoKick list attempts to join the channel, ChanServ will ban that user from the channel, then kick the user.

The /msg chanserv AKICK channel ADD mask [reason] command adds the given nick or usermask to the AutoKick 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".

The /msg chanserv AKICK channel STICK mask command 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.

The /msg chanserv AKICK channel UNSTICK mask command cancels the effect of the AKICK STICK command, so you'll be able to unset the ban again on the channel.

The >/msg chanserv AKICK channel DEL mask command removes the given nick or mask from the AutoKick list. It does not, however, remove any bans placed by an AutoKick; those must be removed manually. The /msg chanserv AKICK channel LIST [mask] command displays the AutoKick list, or optionally only those AutoKick entries which match the given mask.

The /msg chanserv AKICK channel VIEW [mask] command is a more verbose version of AKICK LIST command.

The /msg chanserv AKICK channel ENFORCE command causes ChanServ to enforce the current AKICK list by removing those users who match an AKICK mask.

The /msg chanserv AKICK channel CLEAR command clears all entries of the akick list.

9.

DROP:
The synatx is:

  • /msg chanserv DROP channel

Unregisters the named channel. Only Services Administrators can DROP a channel for which they have not identified as the founder.

10.

SENDPASS:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

11.

BAN:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

12.

CLEAR:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv CLEAR channel what

Tells ChanServ to clear certain settings on a channel where what can be any of the following:

  • MODES
    Resets all modes on the channel (i.e. clears modes i,k,l,m,n,p,s,t).
  • BANS
    Clears all bans on the channel.
  • EXCEPTS
    Clears all excepts on the channel.
  • OPS
    Removes channel-operator status (mode +o) from all channel operators.
  • VOICES
    Removes "voice" status (mode +v) from anyone with that mode set.
  • USERS
    Removes (kicks) all users from the channel.

By default, limited to those with founder access on the channel.

13.

DEOP:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

14.

DEVOICE:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

15.

GETKEY:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

16.

INFO:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

Services Administrators can use the ALL parameter with any channel

17.

INVITE:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

18.

KICK:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

19.

LIST:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv LIST pattern [FORBIDDEN] [SUSPENDED] [NOEXPIRE]

Lists all registered channels matching the given pattern. Channels with the PRIVATE option set will only be displayed to Services Administrators. Channels with the NOEXPIRE option set will have a ! prepended to the channel name for Services Administrators.

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.

20.

LOGOUT:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv LOGOUT channel [nickname]

This command will log the selected nickname out meaning they would have to reidentify themselves to regain their access.

If you are the founder of the channel, you can log out anybody, else you can only log out yourself.

If you are a Services Administrator, you can log out anybody of any channel without having to be the founder of the channel. Also, you can omit the nickname parameter; this will log out all identified users from the channel.

21.

OP:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv OP [#channel [nick]]

Ops a selected nick on a channel. If nick is not given, it will op you. If channel and nick are not given, it will op 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.

22.

TOPIC:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

23.

UNBAN:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

24.

VOICE:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

25.

VOP:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv VOP channel ADD nick
  • /msg chanserv VOP channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
  • /msg chanserv VOP channel LIST [mask | list]
  • /msg chanserv VOP channel 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.

The VOP ADD command adds the given nickname to the VOP 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.)

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.

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.

26.

DEHALFOP:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

27.

DEOWNER:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

28.

DEPROTECT:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

29.

HALFOP:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

30.

HOP:
The syntax is:

  • /msg chanserv HOP channel ADD nick
  • /msg chanserv HOP channel DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
  • /msg chanserv HOP channel LIST [mask | list]
  • /msg chanserv HOP channel CLEAR

Maintains the HOP (HalfOP) list for a channel. The HOP list gives users the right to be auto-halfopped on your channel.

The HOP ADD command adds the given nickname to the HOP list.

The HOP DEL command 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.)

The HOP LIST command 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.

The HOP 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.

31.

OWNER:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

32.

PROTECT:
The syntax is:

  • /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.

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