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On irc.mibbit.net, to make it so that a person has op on join, you must follow the following procedure.  This may or may not work on other servers.
 
On irc.mibbit.net, to make it so that a person has op on join, you must follow the following procedure.  This may or may not work on other servers.
  
#'''<big>Make sure that the nick the user is using is registered.</big>'''  If it is not, please tell them to [[NICK|register it]].<br><br>
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#'''<big>Ensure that your channel is [[Create_your_own_channel|registered]].</big>'''
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#'''<big>Ensure that the nick the user is using is registered.</big>'''  If it is not, please tell them to [[NICK|register it]].<br><br>
 
#'''<big>Either use the proper [[Xop|AOP]] or [[Access]] command.</big>''' This depends on whether or not you are using the [[Xop|xOP]] or [[Access]] system.  By default, the Mibbit server uses [[Xop|xOP]].<br><br>
 
#'''<big>Either use the proper [[Xop|AOP]] or [[Access]] command.</big>''' This depends on whether or not you are using the [[Xop|xOP]] or [[Access]] system.  By default, the Mibbit server uses [[Xop|xOP]].<br><br>
#'''<big>Tell the user how to access the power.</big>''' The user will get the auto-op, or whatever power you give the user, when the user joins the channel identified (if he didn't /ns set autoop off) or when he uses the following command:
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#'''<big>Tell the user how to access the power.</big>''' The user will get the auto-op, or whatever power you give the user, when the user joins the channel while identified (if the use has not used the command <tt>/ns set autoop off</tt>) or when the user uses the command <tt>/msg chanserv op #ChannelName</tt>
/cs op #chan
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[[Category:Irc.mibbit.net]][[Category:How To]][[Category:Chanserv]]
 
[[Category:Irc.mibbit.net]][[Category:How To]][[Category:Chanserv]]

Revision as of 20:43, 18 April 2010

On irc.mibbit.net, to make it so that a person has op on join, you must follow the following procedure. This may or may not work on other servers.

  1. Ensure that your channel is registered.
  2. Ensure that the nick the user is using is registered. If it is not, please tell them to register it.

  3. Either use the proper AOP or Access command. This depends on whether or not you are using the xOP or Access system. By default, the Mibbit server uses xOP.

  4. Tell the user how to access the power. The user will get the auto-op, or whatever power you give the user, when the user joins the channel while identified (if the use has not used the command /ns set autoop off) or when the user uses the command /msg chanserv op #ChannelName