Command Nickserv Services Allnetwork

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1. ACC
 
ACC returns parsable information about a user's
login status. Note that on many networks, /whois
shows similar information faster and more reliably.
The answer is in the form  ACC :
    0 - account or user does not exist
    1 - account exists but user is not logged in
    2 - user is not logged in but recognized (see ACCESS)
    3 - user is logged in
 
If the account is omitted the user's nick is used.
Account * means the account the user is logged in with.
 
Syntax: ACC
Syntax: ACC 
Syntax: ACC  
Syntax: ACC  *
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ ACC jilles *
 
2. ACCESS
 
ACCESS maintains a list of user@host masks from where
NickServ will recognize you, so it will not prompt you to
change nick or identify. Getting channel access or
editing nickname settings still requires identification,
however. Also, you can only be recognized as the nick you
are currently using.
 
Access list entries can use hostnames with optional
wildcards, IP addresses and CIDR masks. There are
restrictions on how much you can wildcard.
 
Syntax: ACCESS LIST
Syntax: ACCESS ADD 
Syntax: ACCESS DEL 
 
Examples:
    /msg NickServ ACCESS LIST
    /msg NickServ ACCESS ADD jack@host.example.com
    /msg NickServ ACCESS ADD user@10.0.0.8
    /msg NickServ ACCESS ADD jilles@192.168.1.0/24
    /msg NickServ ACCESS DEL *someone@*.area.old.example.net
 
3. DROP
 
Using this command makes NickServ remove your account
and stop watching your nick(s), If a nick is dropped,
anyone else can register it. You will also lose all
your channel access and memos. You must use the
NickServ IDENTIFY command before doing this.
 
When dropping and re-registering an account during a
netsplit, users on the other side of the split may later
be recognized as the new account.
 
Syntax: DROP  
 
Examples:
    /msg NickServ DROP foo bar
 
5. GHOST
 
GHOST disconnects an old user session, or somebody
attempting to use your nickname without authorization.
 
If you are logged in to the nick's account, you need
not specify a password, otherwise you have to.
 
Syntax: GHOST  [password]
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ GHOST foo bar
 
6. IDENTIFY
 
IDENTIFY identifies you with services so that you
can perform general maintenance and commands that
require you to be logged in.
 
Syntax: IDENTIFY 
 
You can also identify for another nick than you
are currently using.
 
Syntax: IDENTIFY  
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ IDENTIFY foo
    /msg NickServ IDENTIFY jilles foo
 
7. INFO
 
INFO displays account information such as
registration time, flags, and other details.
Additionally it will display registration
and last seen time of the nick you give.
 
You can query the nick a user is logged in as
by specifying an equals sign followed by their
nick. This '=' convention works with most commands.
 
Syntax: INFO 
Syntax: INFO =
 
Examples:
    /msg NickServ INFO w00t
Shows information about the registered nick w00t.
    /msg NickServ INFO =w00tie[home]
Shows information about the registered nick the user
w00tie[home] is logged in as.
 
8. LIST
 
LIST shows nicknames that match a given
pattern. Wildcards are allowed.
 
Syntax: LIST 
 
Examples:
    /msg NickServ LIST james*
    /msg NickServ LIST *a?ambert*
 
9. LISTCHANS
 
LISTCHANS shows the channels that you have access
to, including those that you own.
 
AKICKs and host-based access are not shown.
 
Syntax: LISTCHANS
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ LISTCHANS
 
 
10. LOGOUT
 
LOGOUT logs you out of the account
that you are currently logged into.
 
Syntax: LOGOUT
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ LOGOUT
 
11. REGISTER
 
This will register your current nickname with NickServ.
This will allow you to assert some form of identity on
the network and to be added to access lists. Furthermore,
NickServ will warn users using your nick without
identifying and allow you to kill ghosts.
The password is a case-sensitive password that you make
up. Please write down or memorize your password! You
will need it later to change settings.
 
You may be required to confirm the email address. To do this,
follow the instructions in the message sent to the email
address.
 
Syntax: REGISTER  
 
Examples:
    /msg NickServ REGISTER bar foo@bar.com
 
12. RELEASE
 
RELEASE removes an enforcer for your nick or
changes the nick of a user that is using your
nick.
 
Enforcers are created when someone uses your
nick without identifying and prevent all use
of it.
 
Not all ircds support removing enforcers. You will
have to wait a few minutes then.
 
If you are logged in to the nick, you need not specify
a password, otherwise you have to.
 
Syntax: RELEASE  [password]
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ RELEASE smith sesame
 
13. SET EMAIL
 
SET EMAIL changes the e-mail address
associated with an account. The e-mail
address is used for password retrieval.
 
You may be required to confirm the new
e-mail address. To confirm the address,
follow the instructions in the message
sent to the new address.
 
Syntax: SET EMAIL 
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ SET EMAIL dan@example.com
 
14. SET EMAILMEMOS
 
This will forward memos sent to your account
to the email address listed on your registration.
 
Syntax: SET EMAILMEMOS [ON|OFF]
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ SET EMAILMEMOS ON
 
15. SET ENFORCE
 
SET ENFORCE allows you to enable more protection for
all nicknames registered to your account.
 
This will automatically change the nick of someone
who attempts to use it without identifying in time,
and temporarily block its use, which can be
removed at your discretion. See help on RELEASE.
 
Syntax: SET ENFORCE ON|OFF
 
16. SET HIDEMAIL
 
SET HIDEMAIL prevents an account's e-mail address
from being shown to other users.
 
Syntax: SET HIDEMAIL ON|OFF
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ SET HIDEMAIL ON
 
17. SET NEVEROP
 
SET NEVEROP prevents others from adding you to
channel access lists.
 
Syntax: SET NEVEROP ON|OFF
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ SET NEVEROP ON
 
18. SET NOMEMO
 
This prevents people from being able to send you
a memo. If you do not want to receive memos, you
can just turn them off for your nick.
 
Syntax: SET NOMEMO ON|OFF
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ SET NOMEMO ON
 
19. SET NOOP
 
SET NOOP prevents services from automatically
opping you in channels you have access in.
You can choose to op/voice yourself by using
the OP and VOICE commands.
 
Syntax: SET NOOP ON|OFF
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ SET NOOP ON
 
20. SET PASSWORD
 
SET PASSWORD changes the password of an account.
 
Syntax: SET PASSWORD 
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ SET PASSWORD swordfish
 
21. SET PROPERTY
 
SET PROPERTY manipulates metadata
associated with an account.
 
To delete a metadata entry, specify
the name and leave the value blank.
 
Syntax: SET PROPERTY  [value]
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ SET PROPERTY URL http://www.example.com/~jay/
    /msg NickServ SET PROPERTY SIGN Pisces
    /msg NickServ SET PROPERTY ICQ
 
22. STATUS
 
STATUS returns information about your current
state. It will show information about your
nickname, IRC operator, and SRA status.
 
Syntax: STATUS
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ STATUS
 
23. TAXONOMY
 
The taxonomy command lists metadata information associated
with registered users.
 
Examples:
    /msg NickServ TAXONOMY foo
 
24. VERIFY
 
VERIFY confirms a change associated with
your account registration.
 
Syntax: VERIFY   
 
Example:
    /msg NickServ VERIFY REGISTER jenny 161803399
    /msg NickServ VERIFY EMAILCHG Aeriana 271828183
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