To provide our users with a services to help them maintain and manage their channels and registered nicknames, we are running the Anope IRC Services.
Here's a list of services we provide with a few frequently asked questions and link to proper documentation:
We now support client certificates for NickServ authentication!
- How do I register my nickname?
/msg nickserv register password e-mail
Where password is the password you want and e-mail your e-mail address.
- How do I change my password?
/msg nickserv set password new-password
Where new-password is the new password, this will only work after you have identified for your nickname. If you have lost your password, please contact an operator in #CallCentre.
- How do I change my e-mail address?
/msg nickserv set email e-mail
Where e-mail is your new e-mail address, this will only work after you have identified for your nickname.
- Will my e-mail address be used for spam?
No, it will only be used in case you lose your password, an operator can then command the services to send you your password in an e-mail to the address you specified. If you give a false e-mail address we won't be able to help you if you ever lose your password.
- How do I register a channel?
/msg chanserv register #channel password description
Where #channel is the channel you want to register (/join it first and make sure you have op status), password is the founder password and description is a discription of the channels purpose.
- How do I give someone Voice (+), Halfop (%), Op (@) or Secure Op (&) on join?
/msg chanserv mode add nick
Where mode is either, VOP for Voice, HOP for Halfop, AOP for Op or SOP for Secure Op and nick is the nickname of the person you want to give it to.
- How can I get 2 (or more) different people with Owner (~) status in my channel?
You will need to give the other person the channel's founder password, and then that person should use the following command:
/msg chanserv identify #channel password
Where #channel is the channel name and password is the founder password.
- How do I get a bot in my channel?
See the FAQ for BotServ below.
- How do I assign a bot to my channel?
/msg botserv assign #channel botname
Where #channel is the channel you want to bot to join and botname is the name of the bot.
- Which bots are available?
/msg botserv botlist
Gives a list of available bots for assignment.
- Can I get a custom bot that is not listed in botlist?
- What are the set options "FANTASY" and "SYMBIOSIS"?
FANTASY enables or disables fantasy commands, they are commands such as !op, !voice, !protect etcetera which will command the bot to give Voice, Op etcetera (granted you are on the access list).
SYMBIOSIS enables or disables symbiosis mode, which means that if enabled, the bot will set MODEs, perform KICKs, send the entry message etcetera instead of ChanServ.