How to Add/Remove Access for users in ChanServ

How to Add or Remove ACCESS for users in ChanServ IRC4Fun's Services offer several ways to manage access lists for it's channels.  Users are welcome to use the method that they are most comfortable with -- see below: A) XOP Commands (such as VOP, AOP, SOP, QOP) The XOP commands are typically the easiest (and most understood) ways of managing the channel's access list with ChanServ. XOP Levels: VOP - AutoVoice user AOP - AutoOp user SOP - SuperOp user QOP - Grants nearly all privileges of a Founder Adding a user to the VOP/AOP/SOP/QOP lists Type: /CS VOP #MyChannel ADD Nickname  -- You may also add hostmasks to the XOP lists, however this is NOT recommended (especially to QOP list) Type: /CS VOP #MyChannel ADD *!*user@host Deleting a user…
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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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