How to SET or UNSET Channel Options & Features

How to turn on/off Channel Options, Features & Settings Syntax: SET option channel parameters  Allows the channel founder to set various channel options and other information.   Available options:   SET AUTOOP Should services automatically give status to users   SET BANTYPE Set how Services make bans on the channel   SET DESCRIPTION Set the channel description   SET EMAIL Associate an E-mail address with the channel   SET FOUNDER Set the founder of a channel   SET JOINFLOOD Enables a join flood protection of allowing registered users only   SET KEEPMODES Retain modes when channel is not in use   SET KEEPTOPIC Retain topic when channel is not in use   SET PEACE Regulate the use of critical commands   SET PERSIST Set the channel as permanent   SET…
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How / When do Channels expire?

How / When do Channels expire? There are several conditions which may cause a Channel to be expired (automatically dropped by ChanServ): Founder's nickname is dropped (either by the Founder user or IRC4Fun Staff) and there was no Successor set. Nobody on the Channel's access list has joined (used) the channel in 60 days. Successors Channels which have a Successor set in ChanServ, will be automatically transferred to the Successor in the event that the founder's account is dropped.  
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What is BotServ?

What is BotServ? BotServ allows the Founder of a channel, registered with ChanServ, to customize the service bot in their channel.  It is also useful for channels which are unable to configure or host a bot of their own.  (For example: Instead of having ChanServ sit in their channel, a Founder can decide to ASSIGN a BotServ bot sit in the channel -- in ChanServ's place.) It will enforce the same settings that ChanServ would, and more!  (See /BS HELP SET) Current BotServ bots available: BotServ ChanBot ChanServ IRC4Fun K9 Q W X ScaryServ For a list of BotServ commands, type: /BS HELP For help with a specific BotServ command, type: /BS HELP COMMANDNAME You can also join #Help for advice/assistance
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How do I register a channel?

Creating & Registering Channels A person who joins an empty and unregistered channel is granted temporary Operator status. This does not guarantee their ownership of the channel. They need to REGISTER the channel with ChanServ to gain ownership of it. This guide will help you prepare for and go through that process. Be identified To register and manage channels, you will need to be identified to NickServ. Pick a name Before you can register it, you’ll obviously need to pick a channel name! Think of one that is descriptive of the channel’s purpose, and has no spaces or commas. Check that it is available You can check that a channel is registered or not with ChanServ. To see if for example #chatzone is registered, you would do: /msg ChanServ INFO…
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How can I find a list of channels to chat in?

How to find channels using /LIST You can search the network's list of channels with the /LIST command: Doing a broad search: /LIST A more specific search: /LIST *chat* How to find channels using ChanServ's LIST command You can also search with ChanServ's LIST command, with similar syntax -- but results will only include registered channels that are not set as PRIVATE. ChanServ will provide up to 50 matches. Use: /CS LIST *pattern* If your search criteria exceeds 50 matches: To continue onto the next 50; use /CS LIST *pattern* #51-100 How to find channels using our website live list You can also browse a live list of IRC4Fun Channels & Stats by visiting https://coven.IRC4Fun.net/ This list will allow you to click a #ChannelName to open a webchat.  (Secret [+s]…
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