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Memorandum Service
MS is a message relay services, with this - you can relay long distance messages to other (offline) users.

Account management commands:
  SEND - Sends a message.
  READ - Reads a message.
  DELETE - Deletes a message.
  LIST - Lists your messages.
  CANCEL - Cancels a message you have sent.
  HISTORY - Lists any existing memos that you have sent.
  SET - Sets certain options in relation with MS.
  EXPIRY - Displays when old unread messages will be deleted.
  STATUS - Displays a few details about MS's status.

Privileged commands:
  EXPIRE - Expires messages.
  OSET - Modify account options in relation with MS.

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SET
/msg MS SET [<setting> <value>]
Changes your MS settings. Settings are:
AUTHNOTIFY - Indicates if MS should notify you of any new messages when you authenticate with NS Default is yes.
NEWNOTIFY - Indicates if MS should notify you instantly when someone sends you a new message. Default is yes.
PRIVMSG - If yes, MS will notify you of new messages via message, instead of notice. Default is yes.
PRIVATE - If yes, MS will not allow people to send messages to you (do-not-disturb mode). Default is off.
IGNORERECIEPTS - Indicates if MS will always ignore read reciept requests. Default is no.
SENDRECIEPTS - Indicates if MS will always send read receipts with your messages. Default is no.
LIMIT - Indicates how many messages MS will accept before denying them. Set to 0 to recieve no messages. Defaults to 50.

OSET
/msg MS OSET <nick|*account> [<setting> <value>]
Allows opers/helpers to change a user MS settings. You may set:
You may use *Account instead of Nick as the name argument; the * makes MS use the name of an account directly (useful if the user is not online).
See Also: set

EXPIRY
/msg MS EXPIRY
Sends you the current time set in which any old unread messages will be deleted.

EXPIRE
/msg MS EXPIRE
Runs an expire process through MS's messages, deleting any messages and history that are over date.
See Also: expiry

CANCEL
/msg MS CANCEL <id>
Cancels the messaged marked with as long as you have sent the message.

HISTORY
/msg MS HISTORY
Shows you any messages that you have sent, provided that the recipient has not deleted them yet..
See Also: expiry

SEND
/msg MS SEND <nick|*account> <-flags> <message>
Sends a message to an user. Flags can be r to request a read reciept. Take note of the ID number if you wish to cancel the message in the future. The ID number is required in the CANCEL command.
You may use *Account instead of Nick as the name argument; the * makes MS use the name of an account directly (useful if the user is not online).
See Also: read, list

READ
/msg MS READ <memo id> <-flags>
Shows you the message behind <memo id>. Flags can be i to ignore a read reciept request.
See Also: send, list

DELETE
/msg MS DELETE <memo id/*>
Deletes <memo id> from your inbox.
Note: You may supply * or all as the memo id, which will result in MS deleting all your messages.

LIST
/msg MS LIST
This will list all the messages in your inbox. Messages marked with (r) have a read reciept reqiested
See Also: read, send

STATUS
/msg MS STATUS
This will list some details about MS's status, i.e the total amount of memo's sent and expired.

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