NickServ is the
service that allows registration and maintenance of nicknames.
By registering your nick, you reserve sole ownership of that
nick and prevent someone else from registering it. Also only Registered nicks can register channels and send/receive
memos. NickServ will hold a nickname registration for as long
as you identify to the nickname. After 30 days of no nickname
Identification, a nickname will drop from the NickServ
database. If you are going to be away longer than 30 days
please see an IRCtech for assistance.
Please Note: You must be Identified with
NickServ to use these commands.
Help : View NickServ
help files on the IRCStorm network. Register : Registers
your nickname. Identify : Identifies you to
NickServ as the registered user for your nickname. Access : Manages the
list of Internet Provider (IP) hosts for your nickname.
- List : Displays
the list of IP hosts for your nickname.
- Add : Adds an IP host to
your nickname access list
- Del : Deletes an IP host
from your nickname access list. Ghost : To Kill your nick if
nickserv tells you it is already in use. Recover : Forces a
Services-held nickname change on your registered nickname. Release : Releases your
Services-held nickname. Set : Set various options
for your nickname:
- Kill : Prevents
others from using your nickname.
- Password : Changes
your nickname password.
- Email : Changes your
nickname email address.
- URL : Attaches or
removes a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) in your nickname
Info. Drop : Drops your nickname
from registration. Info : Lists information
about a registered nickname. Status : Verifies user
status to a registered nickname.
HELP - View NickServ help files on the
Status - Verifies user status to a registered
/msg NickServ status nickname
Levels are as follows:
0 = Registered nickname, user online but is not Identified to the nickname
1 = Registered nickname, user online, recognized by the
NickServ Access mask
2 = Registered nickname, user online and is Identified with the nickname