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Userlist management commands:
  USERS - Show the channels userlist.
  CLIST - Show all COOWNERs of a channel.
  MLIST - Show all MANAGERs of a channel.
  OLIST - Show all OPs of a channel.
  HLIST - Show all HALFOPs of a channel.
  PLIST - Show all PALs of a channel.
  BANS - Show all BANs of a channel.
  ACCESS - Check someone's access level in a channel.
  CLVL - Change a person's access level in a channel.
  USET - Set a channel user's options (autos, info).
  SEEN - Find out the last time a user was in a channel.

  ADDPAL - Add a user as a PAL in a channel.
  ADDHALF - Add a user as an HALFOP in a channel.
  ADDOP - Add a user as an OP in a channel.
  ADDMANAGER - Add a user as a MANAGER in a channel.
  ADDCOOWNER - Add a user as COOWNER in a channel.
  ADDUSER - A more advanced way to add users.
  ADDBAN - Add a ban to the ban (keep out) list.
  ADDTIMEDBAN - Add a ban to the ban list that expires in the specified time.

  DELUSER - Delete a user from the userlist.
  MDELCOOWNER - Mass-delete coowners with accounts matching a mask.
  MDELMANAGER - Mass-delete managers with accounts matching a mask.
  MDELOP - Mass-delete ops with accounts matching a mask.
  MDELHALF - Mass-delete halfops with accounts matching a mask.
  MDELPAL - Mass-delete pals with accounts matching a mask.
  DELBAN - Remove the specified ban from the ban list.
  WIPEINFO - Remove a lower-ranked user's infoline.
  TRIM - Delete users who are inactive.
  SUSPEND - Suspend a user's access to a channel.
  UNSUSPEND - Restore a user's access to a channel.

  MYACCESS - Show all channels where you have access.
  DELETEME - Delete YOURSELF from the userlist.
  GIVEOWNERSHIP - Give away ownership to another user.

Channel management commands:
  SET - Change various channel settings.
  TOPIC - Set the current topic, or reset it to the default topic.
  MODE - Change a channel mode.
  OPEN - Remove +ilk channel modes and any bans on you from a channel.
  NOTE - Set a note on a channel.
  DELNOTE - Remove a note from a channel.

  UP - Give you ops in a channel.
  DOWN - Remove your ops in a channel.
  UPALL - Give you ops in all channels you have access to.
  DOWNALL - Remove your ops in all channels.
  OP - Give ops to the specified user.
  DEOP - Remove ops from the specified user.
  HALF - Give halfops to the specified user.
  DEHALF - Remove halfops from the specified user.
  VOICE - Give voice to the specified user.
  DEVOICE - Remove voice from the specified user.
  RESYNC - Synchronize (half)ops and voice with the channel userlist.

  KICK - Kick a user from a channel.
  BAN - Ban a user from a channel.
  UNBAN - Remove the specified ban from the channel.
  KICKBAN - Kick and ban a user from a channel.
  UNBANME - Remove a ban matching your hostmask from specified channel.
  UNBANALL - Remove all bans from a channel.
  INVITE - Admit a user to pass through +ib modes in your channel.

  INFO - Show information about a channel.
  EVENTS - View a list of events relevant to a channel.


Informative commands:
  MYACCESS - Show all the channels you have access to.
  VERSION - Check the current running version of CS.
  NETINFO - Check current network-wide information.
  STAFF - Get a list of all the current staff.
  IRCOPS - Get a list of all the current IRC operators.
  HELPERS - Get a list of all the current support helpers.
  PEEK - Reveal information on a channel's modes, topic and ops.
  COMMAND - Display some information about a command.
  INFO - Gets channel information about a channel.
  EVENTS - View a list of events relevant to a channel.

  USERS - Show the channels userlist.
  CLIST - Show all COOWNERs of a channel.
  MLIST - Show all MANAGERs of a channel.
  OLIST - Show all OPs of a channel.
  HLIST - Show all HALFOPs of a channel.
  PLIST - Show all PALs of a channel.
  BANS - Show all bans of a channel.
  ACCESS - Check someone's access level in a channel.


Helper/IRC operator commands:
  GOD - Turn security override on/off.
  OPCHAN - Force CS to op itself in a channel.

  SEARCH - Find registered channel matching criteria.
  REGISTER - Register a new channel with CS.
  NOREGISTER - Add a channel to the do-not-register list.
  ALLOWREGISTER - Remove a channel from the do-not-register list.
  UNREGISTER - Remove CS from a registered channel.
  MOVE - Transition one channel's registration to a new channel name.
  MERGE - Merges a source and target channels' registration, users, bans, and info into the target channel.
  UNVISITED - List all channels that have not been visited in specified duration.
  EXPIRE - Automatically unregister old channels.

  ADDOWNER - Add a new owner to a channel.
  DELOWNER - Remove a current owner from a channel.
  MDELOWNER - Remove multiple owners by account mask from a channel.
  CSUSPEND - Remove CS from a channel (preserving user data).
  CUNSUSPEND - Restore CS to a channel that was suspended.

  CREATENOTE - Create a new note type.
  REMOVENOTE - Remove an existing note type.
  SAY - Have CS say a message in a channel.
  EMOTE - Equivalent to CS doing a /me in a channel.


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8BALL
/msg CS 8BALL [yes no question|what color is..|how many..|where is..]?
8BALL answers yes or no questions, color queistions, numerical questions, and location questions.
If you do not have access in the channel, the answer may be reported to you privately instead of in the channel.
See Also: dice, calc

ACCESS
/msg CS ACCESS <#channel> [<nick|*account>]
Reports various pieces of information about a channel user, including channel and network access level, and the user's info line. If no nick or account is provided, CS returns your own information.
See Also: myaccess, users, levels

ADDBAN
/msg CS ADDBAN <#channel> <mask|nick> [Reason]
Adds a ban to the channels ban list, remaining in effect until removed with the DELBAN command.
Bans are nick!user@host masks which CS watches for, and keeps out of your channel.
If it exactly matches an existing ban already in the list, the reason will be updated. If the existing ban was a timed ban, it will be extended into a permanent ban.
See Also: delban, mdelban

ADDUSER
/msg CS ADDUSER <#channel> <nick|*account> <level> [duration]
This command adds someone to the channel user list with the specified access level. (You may only add users to levels less than your own.)
The level may be one of peon, op, manager, coowner, owner, or a number between 1 and 500. Only network staff may add level 500 users (owners).
An optional duration can be specified, if specified then the after the given duration has expired the person will be automatically removed from the channel.
See Also: deluser, users, levels, durations

ADDPEON
/msg CS ADDPEON <#channel> <nick|*account> [duration]
This command adds someone to the channel user list with PEON access level. (You may only add users to levels less than your own.)
An optional duration can be specified, if specified then the after the given duration has expired the person will be automatically removed from the channel.
See Also: adduser, deluser, users, durations

ADDOP
/msg CS ADDOP <#channel> <nick|*account> [duration]
This command adds someone to the channel user list with OP access level. (You may only add users to levels less than your own.)
An optional duration can be specified, if specified then the after the given duration has expired the person will be automatically removed from the channel.
See Also: adduser, deluser, users, durations

ADDHOP
/msg CS ADDHOP <#channel> <nick|*account> [duration]
This command adds someone to the channel user list with HALFOP access level. (You may only add users to levels less than your own.)
An optional duration can be specified, if specified then the after the given duration has expired the person will be automatically removed from the channel.
See Also: adduser, deluser, users, durations

ADDMANAGER
/msg CS ADDMANAGER <#channel> <nick|*account> [duration]
This command adds someone to the channel user list with MANAGER access level. (You may only add users to levels less than your own.)
An optional duration can be specified, if specified then the after the given duration has expired the person will be automatically removed from the channel.
See Also: adduser, deluser, users, durations

ADDCOOWNER
/msg CS ADDCOOWNER <#channel> <nick|*account> [duration]
This command adds someone to the channel user list with COOWNER access level. (You may only add users to levels less than your own.)
An optional duration can be specified, if specified then the after the given duration has expired the person will be automatically removed from the channel.
See Also: adduser, deluser, users, durations

ADDTIMEDBAN
/msg CS ADDTIMEDBAN <#channel> <mask|nick> <Duration> [Reason]
Adds an automatically expiring ban to the channel ban list.
This command behaves in the exact same fashion as ADDBAN with the exception that the bans are automatically removed after the user-supplied duration.
If it exactly matches an existing ban already in the list, the reason will be updated. If the existing ban was a timed ban, it will be extended. Timed bans can be removed with the DELBAN command, as with permanent bans.
See Also: addban, bans, delban, durations

ALLOWREGISTER
/msg CS ALLOWREGISTER <#channel|*Account>
Removes the named channel (or channel mask) from the do-not-register list.
See Also: register, noregister, unregister

BAN
/msg CS BAN <#channel> <mask|nick>
This command will temporarily add a ban for the user specified as the parameter. Masks are to be supplied in the format <Nick>!<Ident>@<Host> and usually contain wildcards. If a nick is specified, a mask is automatically generated (though not completely foolproof). This ban is removed either by removing it from the channel ban list using any irc client, or sending the UNBAN or UNBANALL commands. If you are banned with this method, the UNBANME command can be used.
For assistance, please join #Help
Example: *!*serv@*.beirut.com would ban anyone with ident 'serv' and an beirut.com hostname from joining the channel.
See Also: unban, unbanall, unbanme

BANS
/msg CS BANS <#channel> [mask]
This command lists all permanent and timed bans in the channel matching an optional mask.
Bans are nick!user@host masks which CS watches for, and keeps out of your channel.
See Also: addban, delban, addtimedban


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CALC
/msg CS CALC <expression>
CALC calculates a mathematical expression, and returns the answer. It
supports +, -, *, /, ^, and () and many other math operations, such as
sqrt[], tan[], etc.
For example: CALC sqrt [5 + .43 * (tan[75])] / 2
If you do not have access in the channel, the answer may be reported
to you privately (via MSG or NOTICE) instead of in the channel.
See Also: dice, 8ball

CLIST
/msg CS CLIST <#channel> [mask]
This command lists all users of level Coowner on a channel's userlist. If a mask is supplied, only coowners matching the mask will be shown.
See Also: addcoowner, delcoowner, mdelcoowner, users

CLVL
/msg CS CLVL <#channel> <nick|*account> <level> [duration]
Modifies a channel user's access level. You cannot give users access greater than or equal to your own.
You may use *Account instead of Nick as the name argument; the * makes CS use the name of a account directly (useful if the user is not online).
An optional duration can be specified, if specified then the after the given duration has expired the person will be automatically reverted back to their previous access level.
See Also: access, users, giveownership, durations

CREATENOTE
/msg CS CREATENOTE <typename> <set-access> [access-arg] <view-access> <max-length>
Defines a new note type. typename is the name of the note type. set-access is one of:
PRIVILEGED with required access-arg being the minimum OpServ level to set
CHANNEL with required access-arg being the channel access level to set
SETTER (with no access-arg) to allow anyone who can !set to set
view-access is one of PRIVILEGED, CHANNEL_USERS, or ALL, that determines who can see the note (if it is set).
max-length is the maximum length for this kind of note.
If the note type already exists, it is modified with the new values you specify.
See Also: removenote

CSUSPEND
/msg CS CSUSPEND <#channel> [!]<duration> <reason>
This command will temporarily remove CS from a channel and suspend its registration.
The duration may be "0" to make it never expire; otherwise, CS will automatically unsuspend the channel after duration.
If you wish to modify a currently existing suspension, add a ! before the duration.
See Also: unregister, cunsuspend, durations

CUNSUSPEND
/msg CS CUNSUSPEND <#channel>
Restores a channel's CS registration.
See Also: csuspend, unregister

DELBAN
/msg CS DELBAN <#channel> <mask|nick>
Deletes a ban from the channel ban list. This command works for both permanent and timed bans alike.
See Also: addban, addtimedban, bans

DELNOTE
/msg CS DELNOTE <#channel> <note-name>
Deletes a note from the channel. To do this, you must be able to set the note.
See Also: note, note types

DELUSER
/msg CS DELUSER <#channel> <nick|*account>
Deletes a user from the channel user list.
You may use *Account instead of Nick as the name argument; the * makes CS use the name of a account directly (useful if the user is not online).
See Also: adduser, deleteme, users

DELETEME
/msg CS DELETEME <#channel> [<secret>]
If you have less than owner access in a channel, deleteme removes your access from the channel. If you do this by mistake, you must find a higher-ranked user to re-add you.
The secret value changes for each channel and each user. If you do not include the secret value, CS will tell you what it should be.
See Also: adduser, deluser, giveownership, users

DEOP
/msg CS DEOP <#channel> <nick> [nick]...
Deops the specified user[s].
See Also: down, op

DEHOP
/msg CS DEHOP <#channel> <nick> [nick]...
Dehalfops the specified user[s].
See Also: down, hop

DEVOICE
/msg CS DEVOICE <#channel> <nick> [nick]...
This command will make CS devoice the selected user[s].
See Also: addpeon, delpeon, deop, voice

DOWN
/msg CS DOWN <#channel>
This command will devoice/dehalfop/deop you in the selected channel.
See Also: downall, up, upall

DOWNALL
/msg CS DOWNALL
Executes the down command for each channel you have access to.
See Also: down, up, upall

DURATIONS
This is the syntax used for commands that require time durations. A time duration is made up of numbers and units. Multiple units may be used in a row.
The valid unit letters are:
y - years (365 days)
M - months (30 days)
w - weeks (7 days)
d - days (24 hours)
h - hours (60 minutes)
m - minutes (60 seconds)
s - seconds
If the unit letter is not givin, seconds are assumed.
Examples:
5d is 5 days.
1y2M is 1 year and 2 months (425 days.)
1d1h is 1 day and 1 hour (25 hours.)
1h25m30s is 1 hour, 25 minutes and 30 seconds.

EMOTE
/msg CS EMOTE <#channel> <text>
Makes CS send a CTCP ACTION message to the specified channel.
See Also: say

EVENTS
/msg CS EVENTS <#channel> [limit [pattern]]
Allows channel coowners to view a list of events related to their channel. If a pattern is provided, only events with a matching description will be displayed.
Note: You must specify a limit if you want to use a pattern to match against.

EXPIRE
/msg CS EXPIRE
Expires any channels that have not been visited within the configured duration. Channel registrations are automatically expired, so you only need to use this command if the duration has been changed.
See Also: unvisited


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GIVEOWNERSHIP
/msg CS GIVEOWNERSHIP <#channel> <nick|*account>
Transfer ownership of the channel from you to another user on the channel's userlist. You are demoted to co-owner, and he or she is promoted to owner.
You may use *Account instead of Nick as the name argument; the * makes CS use the name of a account directly (useful if the user is not online).
See Also: clvl, access, users

HELPERS
/msg CS HELPERS
Lists all the helpers currently online. Nicknames enclosed in parentheses are away, and likely unavailable.
See Also: staff

HLIST
/msg CS HLIST <#channel> [mask]
This command lists all users of level Halfop on a channel's userlist. If a mask is supplied, only halfops matching the mask will be shown.
See Also: addhop, delhop, mdelhop, users

HOP
/msg CS HOP <#channel> <nick> [nick]...
This command makes CS halfop the specified user.
See Also: addhop, delhop, dehop

INFO
/msg CS INFO <#channel>
This command responds with various pieces of information about a channel's users, status, and registration.

INVITE
/msg CS INVITE <#channel> [nick [reason]]
Invites a user into the channel, sending them a reason if one is provided. However, unless you have at least manager access, you can only invite yourself with this command. If no nick is provided, the user issuing the command will be invited.

INVITEME
/msg CS INVITEME <#channel>
Invites you into the channel.

IRCOPS
/msg CS IRCOPS
Lists all the IRC operators currently online. Nicknames enclosed in parentheses are away, and likely unavailable.
See Also: staff

KICK
/msg CS KICK <#channel> <mask|nick> [reason]
Kicks the users matching the given nick or mask with the specified reason. If no reason is provided, a default will be used.
See Also: kickban

KICKBAN
/msg CS KICKBAN <#channel> <mask|nick> [reason]
Kicks and bans with the specified reason any users with a matching nick or hostmask. If no reason is provided, a default one will be used.
See Also: addban, kick

LEVELS
/msg CS LEVELS
Lists the numerical level equivelents for channel access levels.
CS can use either the names (OWNER, COOWNER, MANAGER, OP, HALFOP, and PEON) or numerical values from 1 to 500 to indicate channel access levels. The LEVELS command prints out all the levels and their numerical ranges.
Advanced users can change their style with NS's set style command to view the numerical version in commands like USERS, and may use numbers instead of names for fine-tuning access.
See Also: access, myaccess, adduser


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MDELCOOWNER
/msg CS MDELCOOWNER <#channel> <pattern>
Deletes all coowners with accounts matching the given pattern from the channel user list.
See Also: clist, delcoowner

MDELHOP
/msg CS MDELHOP <#channel> <pattern>
Deletes all halfops with accounts matching the given pattern from the channel user list.

MDELMANAGER
/msg CS MDELMANAGER <#channel> <pattern>
Deletes all managers with accounts matching the given pattern from the channel user list.
See Also: mdelban, mdelcoowner, mdelop, mdelowner, mdelpeon

MDELOP
/msg CS MDELOP <#channel> <pattern>
Deletes all ops with accounts matching the given pattern from the channel user list.
See Also: addop, mdelowner, mdelcoowner, mdelmanager

MDELOWNER
/msg CS MDELOWNER <#channel> <pattern>
Deletes all owners with accounts matching the given pattern from the channel user list.
See Also: addowner, mdelcoowner, mdelmanager, mdelop, mdelpeon

MDELPEON
/msg CS MDELPEON <#channel> <pattern>
Deletes all peons with accounts matching the given pattern from the channel user list.
See Also: addpeon, mdelcoowner, mdelmanager, mdelop

MERGE
/msg CS MERGE <#channel> <destination>
Merges the source channel's registration, users, bans, and other data into the target channel. Users with access to both the source and target channels will retain the higher access level; if the access levels are the same, the more recent seen time is kept. Bans are also merged, with bans expiring later taking precedence.
See Also: register, move, unregister

MLIST
/msg CS MLIST <#channel> [mask]
This command lists all users of level Manager on a channel's userlist. If a mask is supplied, only managers matching the mask will be shown.
See Also: addmanager, delmanager, mdelmanager, users

MODE
/msg CS MODE <#channel>
Resets the modes in the channel to their default.
See Also: open, set

MODES
/msg CS HELP MODES <option>
This command will return information for either:
CHANNEL: Channel mode(s).
USER: User mode(s).
See MODES USER, and MODES CHANNEL for the meaning of modes.
See also: set

MODES USER
*a - IRC administrator.
d - Deaf mode. All #channel messages are ignored.
*f - Fake host mode. (Invisible mode, will not be visibly set. Can only be set by a U:lined service.)
g - Allows you to see desynch wallops.
*h - Sethost mode. (Invisible mode, will not be visibly set.)
i - Invisible. A user will not be able to see you in /names or /who list(s). They must know your exact nick.
k - Network service. You cannot be deopped, kicked or killed.
*n - Channels will not be shown in a user(s) /whois reply.
o - Global IRC operator.
r - Registered user. (Invisible mode, will not be visibly set. Can only be set by a U:lined service.)
s - Server notices.
w - See wallops and wallusers messages.
x - Real host will be obfuscated if authed to NS. (Fixed mode, cannot be unset.)
*B - User is a bot.
*I - Idle time will not be shown in a user(s) /whois reply.
*O - Local IRC operator. (Deprecated and disabled. *ALL* IRC operators are global.)
*R - Only registered user(s) are allowed to message you.
*W - /whois paranoia. IRC operators are informed of a /whois taking place on them. (Disabled.)
*X - Extra oper. Gives extra abilities and privileges to IRC operators.
Note: * indicates that the mode is only available on some networks.

MODES CHANNEL
*a - IRC administrators only. (Can only be set by IRC administrators/operators. Can be overriden by /invite.)
b - Bans a user from a channel. (Can be overriden by /invite.)
*c - Incoming colour messages to the channel are blocked.
*e - Excludes a user from being banned from a channel. If they're +b'd and +e'd, they will still be able to join.
*h - Gives a user hop status. (%%)
i - Invite only. A user must be /invite'd to the channel in order to join.
k - Channel requires a key in order to join. (Can be overriden by /invite.)
l - Limit. Only a certain number of user(s) are allowed to join the channel. (Can be overriden by /invite.)
m - Moderated. Nobody other than hops (%%), ops (@) or voices (+) can talk.
n - All external messages will be blocked. (Must be in the channel in order to talk.)
o - Gives a user op status. (@)
p - Private. The channel will not appear in /list but will appear in /whois replies.
r - A user must be registered in order to join the channel. (Can be overriden by /invite.)
s - Secret. The channel will not appear in /list and /whois replies.
t - Only op(s) can change the topic.
v - Gives a user voice status. (+)
*z - Persistant channel. Once the last user has left, the channel will not be destroyed. (Disabled.)
*C - /ctcp messages to the channel are blocked.
*L - Mode(s) will not be displayed in /list.
*M - Only registered user(s) are allowed to talk in a channel. (Excludes hops (%%), ops (@) and voices. (+))
*N - /notices to the channel are blocked.
*O - IRC operators only. (Can only be set by either CS or IRC adminstrators/operators. Can be overriden by /invite.)
*Q - Part and quit messages will not be displayed in a channel.
*S - Bold, colour, reverse and underline code(s) are stripped from incoming messages.
*T - /amsgs to the channel are blocked.
*Z - SSL user(s) only. (Can only be set by either CS or those on an SSL connection.)
Note: * indicates that the mode is only available on some networks.

MOVE
/msg CS MOVE <#channel> <destination>
Transfers a channel's registration to a different channel along with the settings and user/ban lists. All the restrictions that apply for the register command apply to move.
See Also: register, merge, unregister

MYACCESS
/msg CS MYACCESS [<nick|*account>]
Lists channels where you have access and infolines in each.
Network staff may specify a nickname or *account to view the list for another user.
Your access level in the channel may be followed by a comma and one of the following characters:
s Your access in the channel has been suspended.
o AutoOp is active.
v AutoVoice is active.
i AutoInvite is active.
j AutoJoin is active.
See Also: access, users, levels

NETINFO
/msg CS NETINFO
Displays some assorted pieces of information about network-wide CS statistics.
See Also: info, staff

NOREGISTER
/msg CS NOREGISTER <#channel|*Account> <reason>
With no arguments, lists the current do-not-register channels.
With arguments, adds a do-not-register channel (or account) with the specified reason. In this case, the channel name may include * or ? wildcards.
See Also: allowregister, register, unregister

NOTE
/msg CS NOTE <#channel> [<type> [new-note-text]]
With no arguments, lists all visible notes on the specified channel.
With one argument, lists the note type you name (if it is visible to you).
With two arguments, sets the note type (if you can set it).
See Also: delnote, note types


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OLIST
/msg CS OLIST <#channel> [mask]
This command lists all users of level Op on a channel's userlist. If a mask is supplied, only ops matching the mask will be shown.
See Also: addop, deluser, mdelop, users

OP
/msg CS OP <#channel> <nick> [nick]...
This command makes CS op the specified user.
See Also: addop, deluser, deop

OPCHAN
/msg CS OPCHAN <#channel>
This command makes CS op itself in the specified channel.

OPEN
/msg CS OPEN <#channel>
This command will make CS remove all modes preventing a user from the specified channel, and remove all bans matching the users hostmask.
See Also: unbanme

PEEK
/msg CS PEEK <#channel>
Displays the current topic, modes, and ops of the specified channel. Unlike info, peek displays channel information unrelated to CS.
See Also: info

PLIST
/msg CS PLIST <#channel>
This command lists all users of level Peon on a channel's userlist. If a mask is supplied, only peons matching the mask will be shown.
See Also: addpeon, delpeon, mdelpeon, users

REGISTER
/msg CS REGISTER <#channel>
Registers a channel to you with CS. CS will protect your channel, preserve your ownership of the channel, and provide handy features such as userlists and stats.
If the channel exists, you must have ops (+o) and there is a limit to the number of channels you may have at once.
Network staff see /msg CS HELP STAFF REGISTER
See Also: unregister, giveownership

STAFF REGISTER
/msg CS REGISTER <#channel> [user|*account] [force]
Registers a channel to the givin user with CS.
If staff provides the third argument, force, it will allow the registration even if it is a do-not-register channel or ther register limit will be exceded.
See Also: addowner, noregister, register, unregister

REMOVENOTE
/msg CS REMOVENOTE <typename> [FORCE]
Permanently deletes a note type. Without the argument FORCE, it will only delete an unused note type. With the argument FORCE, it will delete the note from all channels and then delete the note type.
See Also: createnote

RESYNC
/msg CS RESYNC <#channel>
Synchronizes users in the channel with the userlist, according to the SET AUTOMODE setting.
It will give and take ops, halfops, and voice modes to users to make the channel match the userlist and automode setting.
See Also: set automode, up, op, hop, voice


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SAY
/msg CS SAY <#channel> <text>
Makes CS send a message to the specified channel.
See Also: emote

SEARCH CRITERIA

The following criteria may be used:
NAME Channels whose names match the given mask
REGISTRAR Channels whose registrar's account matches the given mask
UNVISITED Channels that have not been visited in at least the given duration
REGISTERED Channels that have been registered for less than the given duration
FLAGS Matches channels with the specified flag set
LIMIT Limit the number of channels returned by the search
Flags that can be matched against are: nodelete and suspended.
See Also: search, search actions

SEARCH ACTIONS

The following are valid search actions:
PRINT Prints matching channels
COUNT Prints the number of matching channels
See Also: search, search criteria

SEARCH
/msg CS SEARCH <criteria> <value> [<criteria> <value>]...
Searches for channels which match the specified criteria. For a list of search actions, see search actions. For a list of the criteria, see search criteria.
See Also: search actions, search criteria

SEEN
/msg CS SEEN <#channel>
This command will tell you if the selected user is in the channel, or when was the last time the user was seen in the channel.
See Also: access, users

SET
/msg CS SET <#channel> [<parameter> [setting]]
This command will set various channel options. With no arguments, it will show the current values of all channel options.
DEFAULTTOPIC: The channel's default topic.
TOPICMASK: A pattern that topics must match.
GREETING: A greeting message for visitors to the channel.
USERGREETING: A greeting message for users on the channel's userlist.
MODES: The channel's default modes.
PUBCMD: Restrictions to use commands in public.
INVITEME: Minimum level for users to use INVITEME, AUTOINVITE or AUTOJOIN.
USERINFO: Minimum level for users to show an infoline on join.
ENFOPS: Who can op users.
ENFHALFOPS: Who can half-op users.
ENFMODES: Who can change the channel modes.
ENFTOPIC: Who can chang the topic.
TOPICSNARF: Manual topics changes (by /TOPIC) from users this level and above will change the default CS topic.
SETTERS: Who may change channel settings (using SET).
CTCPREACTION: What happens when a CTCP is sent to the channel.
AUTOMODE: Who should be auto-voice/hop/oped in the channel.
BANTIMEOUT: Removes old bans.
PROTECT: The protection level CS provides.
TOYS: Toggles how CS will respond to toy commands (!8ball etc).
TOPICREFRESH: Controls if (and how often) CS will reset the topic.
RESYNC: Controls if (and how often) CS will reset the userlist.
DYNLIMIT: Adjusts user limit (+l channel mode) to prevent join floods.
MAXSETINFO: Maximum amount of characters in a SETINFO line.
IRCOP ONLY:
NODELETE: Prevents channel deletion.
If you wish to reset your channel to the default settings, you can use the SET DEFAULTS command.
See Also: set pubcmd, set enfops, set enfhalfops, set enfmodes, set enftopic, set protect, set toys, set setters, set topicrefresh, set resync, set ctcpreaction, set maxsetinfo, set defaults

SET DEFAULTTOPIC
/msg CS SET <#channel> DEFAULTTOPIC <New default topic>
This changes the default topic for the channel. CS will set the IRC topic to this value when the topic command is used with no arguments, when the topic refresh happens (if you have set topicrefresh), or when an unauthorized user changes the topic to something else.
See Also: set, set topicrefresh, set enftopic, set topicmask

SET TOPICMASK
/msg CS SET <#channel> TOPICMASK <Topic mask with * and ?>
This sets a pattern that CS forces all topics to match. A * will match any number of characters (including 0) a ? will match any single character -- the same as with IRC hostmasks.
For example, !set topicmask Hello * allows the topic to be set to Hello world, but not Goodbye world.
You may "escape" those characters by putting a \ before them in the topic mask; for example, !set topicmask Whassup\? would only allow the topic to be Whassup?, while leaving out the \ would allow the topic to be Whassup! (among other things).
If the TopicMask has only one * and no ?, then using:
topic something
will replace the * with the text something.
See Also: set, set topic, set enftopic

SET TOYS
/msg CS SET <#channel> TOYS <value>
This setting changes how CS will respond to commands like 8ball, or whether it responds at all. Valid settings are:
0 Toys are completely disabled.
1 Toys will only reply privately.
2 Toys will reply publicly.
See Also: set

SET PUBCMD
/msg CS SET <#channel> PUBCMD <value>
This setting restricts the access necessary to use in-channel commands. It is a numeric user level, or 501 to mean no one may use public commands.
See Also: set

SET ENFOPS
/msg CS SET <#channel> ENFOPS <value>
This setting restricts who may op users who are not at least ops on the userlist. If CS sees someone with access below the specified access op someone not on the userlist (or who is a peon), it will deop the second user. It is a numeric user level, or 501 to mean no one may op unrecognized users.
See Also: set

SET ENFHALFOPS
/msg CS SET <#channel> ENFHALFOPS <value>
This setting restricts who may halfop users who are not at least halfops on the userlist. If CS sees someone with access below the specified access halfop someone not on the userlist (or who is a peon), it will dehalfop the second user. It is a numeric user level, or 501 to mean no one may op unrecognized users.
See Also: set

SET ENFMODES
/msg CS SET <#channel> ENFMODES <value>
This setting restricts the minimum access someone must have to change the channel modes from what is specified in the channel settings. It is a numeric user level, or 501 to mean no one may override the default modes.
See Also: set

SET ENFTOPIC
/msg CS SET <#channel> ENFTOPIC <value>
This setting restricts the minimum access someone must have to change the channel topic. It is a numeric user level, or 501 to mean no one may override the default topic.
If a topic mask is set, then a person may change the topic as long as it matches that mask or they have the above access.
If no topic mask is set, then a person must have the above access to change the topic from the default.
See Also: set, set topic, set topicmask

SET MAXSETINFO
/msg CS SET <#channel> MAXSETINFO <value>
This setting restricts the length of user info lines.
See Also: set

SET AUTOMODE
/msg CS SET <#channel> AUTOMODE <value>
This setting configures who CS gives different channel modes to on join or RESYNC.
Valid settings are:
0 Noone will be automatically oped, half-oped, or voiced.
1 Give voice to peons, half-op to halfops, and op to ops.
2 #1 Plus Give voice to everyone.
3 #1 Plus give halfops to everyone.
4 #1 Plus give ops to everyone (not advised.)
5 Give half-op to halfops, and op to ops only, but peons do not get voice.
See Also: set, up, uset autoop, resync

SET BANTIMEOUT
/msg CS SET <#channel> BANTIMEOUT <value>
This setting configures CS to automatically remove bans older than the set age. It is useful for avoiding buildup of old bans, eventually running out of ban slots.
Valid settings are:
0 Does not remove bans
1 Bans will be removed after 10 minutes
2 Bans will be removed after 2 hours
3 Bans will be removed after 4 hours
4 Bans will be removed after 24 hours
5 Bans will be removed after 1 week
It should be noted that this setting expires channel bans (mode +b) NOT perminantly banned "BANs", although it will expire the individual host-bans CS sets on those who match BAN entries.
See Also: unban, addban, addtimedban

SET PROTECT
/msg CS SET <#channel> PROTECT <value>
This setting restricts the protection that CS enforces. Valid settings are:
0 Non-users and users will be protected from those of equal or lower access
1 Users will be protected from those of equal or lower access.
2 Users will be protected from those of lower access.
3 No users will be protected.
See Also: set

SET SETTERS
/msg CS SET <#channel> SETTERS <value>
Users with at least this user level can use the set command for CS.
See Also: set

SET TOPICREFRESH
/msg CS SET <#channel> TOPICREFRESH <value>
This setting controls if (and how often) CS refreshes the topic to the default value. Valid settings are:
0 Never refresh topic.
1 Refresh every 3 hours.
2 Refresh every 6 hours.
3 Refresh every 12 hours.
4 Refresh every 24 hours.
See Also: set, set topic

SET RESYNC
/msg CS SET <#channel> RESYNC <value>
This setting controls if (and how often) CS refreshes the userlist to the current list. Valid settings are:
0 Never refresh userlist.
1 Refresh every 3 hours.
2 Refresh every 6 hours.
3 Refresh every 12 hours.
4 Refresh every 24 hours.
See Also: set

SET CTCPREACTION
/msg CS SET <#channel> CTCPREACTION <value>
This setting controls what happens to those who send disallowed CTCPs to the channel:
0 CTCPs are allowed. Do nothing.
1 Kick on disallowed CTCPs.
2 Kickban on disallowed CTCPs.
3 Short timed ban (defaults to 3 minutes) on disallowed CTCPs.
4 Long timed ban (defaults to 1 hour) on disallowed CTCPs.
See Also: set

SET DEFAULTS
/msg CS SET <#channel> DEFAULTS [<confirmation>]
With the proper confirmation string, resets all the options for the channel to their default values.
With no confirmation string, displays the appropriate confirmation string.
See Also: set

SET GREETING
/msg CS SET <#channel> GREETING <message>
Sets a message CS will send to everyone who joins your channel, unless they are on your userlist.
This feature should be used sparingly, as many people find it annoying.
Another set command, SET USERGREETING, is shown to people who ARE on your userlist.
See Also: set usergreeting

SET USERGREETING
/msg CS SET <#channel> USERGREETING <message>
Sets a message CS will send to your users (PEONs, OPs, etc) when they join your channel.
This feature should be used sparingly, as many people find it annoying.
Another set command, SET GREETING, is shown to people who are NOT on your userlist.
See Also: set greeting

STAFF
/msg CS STAFF
Lists all the IRC operators and helpers currently online. Nicknames enclosed in parentheses are away, and likely unavailable.
See Also: helpers, ircops, netinfo

SUSPEND
/msg CS SUSPEND <#channel> <nick|*account> <duration>
This disables the target's access to the channel. That access can be restored using the unsuspend command.
The duration may be "0" to make it never expire; otherwise, CS will automatically unsuspend the user after the duration
See Also: durations, unsuspend, deluser

TOPIC
/msg CS TOPIC <#channel> [topic]
Sets the current topic for the specified channel. If no topic is specified, then set the current topic to the default topic.

TRIM
/msg CS TRIM <#channel> <target> <duration> [vacation]
The trim command removes target objects inactive for more than a certain duration from a channel. The target must be a channel access level, a range of access levels (for example, "300-399"), "users" or "bans". The duration argument specifies the amount of time the target has been inactive for to be removed.
If the vacation argument is given for the users target, users who are on vacation will be trimmed. By default they are skipped.
See Also: durations

UNBAN
/msg CS UNBAN <#channel> <mask|nick>
Unbans the specified nick or hostmask. If a nick is given, CS determines what hostmask(s) to unban.
See Also: ban, kick, kickban

UNBANALL
/msg CS UNBANALL <#channel>
Clears the specified channel's banlist. If the channel is omitted, then unbanall will be done in the channel where the command was given.
See Also: ban, unban, unbanme

UNBANME
/msg CS UNBANME <#channel>
Unbans your hostmask from the specified channel.
See Also: ban, unban

UNREGISTER
/msg CS UNREGISTER <#channel> [<confirmation>]
Unregisters a channel that is registered with CS. IMPORTANT: Once the channel is unregistered, the userlist cannot be recovered.
If you are not network staff, you must add a confimation string to the end of your line to confirm the unregistration. If you leave it out, CS will show the proper confirmation string.
See Also: register

UNSUSPEND
/msg CS UNSUSPEND <#channel> <nick|*account>
This restores the target's access to the channel (after it has been suspended).
See Also: suspend, deluser

UNVISITED
/msg CS UNVISITED [duration] [limit]
Displays up to a certain limit, all channels registered with CS that have not been visited within a certain duration. If a duration is not provided, a default will be used.
See Also: expire, search, durations

UP
/msg CS UP <#channel>
Grants you your normal channel privileges. Ops for OPs, HalfOps for HALFOPs, and Voice for PEONs.

UPALL
/msg CS UPALL
Executes the up command for each channel you have access in.
See Also: up, down, downall

USET
/msg CS USET <#channel> [<option> [<setting>]]
The uset command allows you to toggle various channel user settings. With no arguments, it will print the current values of all channel user options.
Options:
INFO: Sets the infoline that CS sends when you join the channel.
AUTOOP: Enable or disable CS automatically opping you upon joining or authenticating.
AUTOINVITE: CS will invite you to this channel if you have access to and are not in when you authenticate if this setting is on.
AUTOJOIN: CS will forcibly join you into this channel if you have access to and are not in it when you authenticate if this setting is on.
See Also: set

USET INFO
/msg CS USET <#channel> INFO <info>
This command will set a user defined information message to be displayed when you join the channel. Set to '*' to clear the message.
Note: to keep from being annoying, your info message only shows when you have been offline for more than a few minutes.
See Also: access

USERS
/msg CS USERS <#channel> [mask]
Displays the userlist for the specified channel. If a mask is supplied, only users matching the mask will be shown.
See Also: clist, mlist, olist, plist, wlist

VOICE
/msg CS VOICE <#channel> <nick> [nick]...
Voices the specified nick in the specified channel. If the channel is omitted, then voice will be done in the channel where the command was given.
See Also: devoice

WIPEINFO
/msg CS WIPEINFO <#channel> <nick|*account>
Removes the named user's infoline in the channel.

WLIST
/msg CS WLIST <#channel> [mask]
This command lists all users of level Owner on a channel's userlist. If a mask is supplied, only owners matching the mask will be shown.
See Also: addcoowner, delcoowner, mdelcoowner, users


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