Prepared by : email@example.com
Server : irc.wixchat.org
Channel : #ConferenceRoom
Also: CHANSERV | CS
ChanServ allows users to register a room. Rooms are the virtual environments in which people chat. Rooms are also called channels, both terms mean the exact same thing. Using ChanServ allows the room to be controlled and makes takeovers virtually impossible. This means that the designated staff for a room will have the tools to manage most problems that could arise. ChanServ will drop a registered room if none of its staff join the room for a certain amount of time.
/msg chanserv help
Also: HELPSERV | HELPOP | HELPOPS | HS
This section contains descriptions of all User, Operator and Services Administrator commands for ConferenceRoom. While you're online you can make use of the HelpServ system to get help on specific commands, '/hs help' will give you a complete list of commands. Any online request that is made that doesn't match a command will be sent out to the online Helpers as a help request.
A user can send this command to get help on topics. The message is sent to all network operators that are set are set with the +h mode (looks very helpful). However if the command HELPSERV is done without any parameters or message it will simply list the ConferenceRoom commands. You can use the prefix: /hs /helpserv or /msg helpserv
Also: MEMOSERV | MS
MemoServ is included in the Enterprise edition of ConferenceRoom. All other editions do not include MemoServ. Memoserv related NickServ/ChanServ commands are disabled if you are not running an Enterprise Edition of ConferenceRoom. MemoServ emulates email as closely as possible and has INBOX, SYSTEM, and RECYCLER folders automatically added upon registration of a nickname. This allows you to manage your incoming memos, versus system memos which are memos sent from Services or from Administrators of the server/network.
/msg memoserv help
Also: NICKSERV | NS
NickServ allows users to register their nicknames for use while online. Users may reserve their favorite online name for their personal use with options to ensure that nobody else can use it. After registration, users can PROTECT their nickname from use by others so that services will automatically change their nickname, or you can manually change someones nickname by using the RECOVER command. If a user does not use a registered nick for the number of days set in the services nickname configuration, the registered nickname expires and becomes available for registration by other users.
/msg nickserv help
Also: OPERSERV | OS
OperServ is included in the Enterprise edition of ConferenceRoom. OperServ is not included in any other editions of ConferenceRoom. Many of the OperServ commands are listed in the OperServ help files however they are issued with different services agents such as NickServ or ChanServ, the reason why they are listed under OperServ is because you need OperServ access to issue these commands. OperServ access levels are Services Administrator also referred to as SA, ChanServ Super Operator aka CSop, and Root Administrator.
/msg operserv help