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irc.mibbit.net uses unreal, here some commands (see also /help, /ns help, /cs help, /bs help, /ms help):
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= /HELPOP =
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irc.mibbit.net uses [http://www.unrealircd.com/ UnrealIRCd]. Here are the supported commands (see also <code>/HELP</code>, <code>/NS HELP</code>, <code>/CS HELP</code>, <code>/BS HELP</code>, <code>/MS HELP</code>).
== /HELPOP USERCMDS - To get the list of User Commands ==
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Currently the following User commands are available:
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= Regular commands =
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== /HELPOP USERCMDS - To get the list of user commands ==
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Currently the following user commands are available:
 
<pre>
 
<pre>
 
ADMIN    AWAY    CREDITS  CYCLE    DALINFO  DCCALLOW  INVITE
 
ADMIN    AWAY    CREDITS  CYCLE    DALINFO  DCCALLOW  INVITE
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</pre>
 
</pre>
  
== /HELPOP UMODES  - To get the list of User Modes ==
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== /HELPOP UMODES  - To get the list of user modes ==
Here is a list of all the usermodes which are available for use.
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Currently the following user modes are available:
 
<pre>
 
<pre>
 
a = Is a Services Administrator
 
a = Is a Services Administrator
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x = Gives the user Hidden Hostname (security)
 
x = Gives the user Hidden Hostname (security)
 
z = Marks the client as being on a Secure Connection (SSL)
 
z = Marks the client as being on a Secure Connection (SSL)
 
 
A = Is a Server Administrator
 
A = Is a Server Administrator
 
B = Marks you as being a Bot
 
B = Marks you as being a Bot
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S = For Services only. (Protects them)
 
S = For Services only. (Protects them)
 
T = Prevents you from receiving CTCPs
 
T = Prevents you from receiving CTCPs
V = Marks the client as a WebTV user
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V = Marks the client as a WebTV user (e.g., sends private messages instead of notices)
 
W = Lets you see when people do a /WHOIS on you (IRC Operators only)
 
W = Lets you see when people do a /WHOIS on you (IRC Operators only)
 
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</pre>
  
== /HELPOP CHMODES - To get the list of Channel Modes ==
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For example, to set a user mode use <code>/mode <nickname> +B</code> to mark your nickname as a bot. To remove that user mode use <code>/mode <nickname> -B</code>.
This section lists all of the possible channel modes that may be used with /MODE
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== /HELPOP CHMODES - To get the list of channel modes ==
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Currently the following channel modes are available:
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{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
! Mode
 
! Mode
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! User
 
! User
 
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|a <nickname> || Gives Channel Admin to the user || [[Image:Mode_owner.png|Owner]]
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|a <nickname> || Gives Channel Admin to the user || [[Image:Mode admin.png|Admin]]
 
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|b <nick!ident@host> || Bans the nick!ident@host from the channel || [[Image:Mode_halfop.png|Halfop]]
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|b <nick!ident@host> || Bans the nick!ident@host from the channel || [[Image:Mode halfop.png|Halfop]]
 
|-
 
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|c || Block messages containing mIRC color codes || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|c || Block messages containing mIRC color codes || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
|-
 
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|e <nick!ident@host> || Overrides a ban for matching users || [[Image:Mode_halfop.png|Halfop]]
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|e <nick!ident@host> || Overrides a ban for matching users || [[Image:Mode halfop.png|Halfop]]
 
|-
 
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|f <floodparams> || Flood protection (for more info see /HELPOP CHMODEF) || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|f <floodparams> || Flood protection (for more info see /HELPOP CHMODEF ) || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|h <nickname> || Gives HalfOp status to the user (Limited op access) || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|h <nickname> || Gives HalfOp status to the user (Limited op access) || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|i || A user must be invited to join the channel || [[Image:Mode_halfop.png|Halfop]]
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|i || A user must be invited to join the channel || [[Image:Mode halfop.png|Halfop]]
 
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|j <joins:sec> || Throttle joins per-user to 'joins' per 'sec' seconds || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|j <joins:sec> || Throttle joins per-user to 'joins' per 'sec' seconds || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|k <key> || Users must specify <key> to join || [[Image:Mode_halfop.png|Halfop]]
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|k <key> || Users must specify <key> to join || [[Image:Mode halfop.png|Halfop]]
 
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|l <number of max users> || Channel may hold at most <number> of users || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|l <number of max users> || Channel may hold at most <number> of users || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|m || Moderated channel (only +vhoaq users may speak) || [[Image:Mode_halfop.png|Halfop]]
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|m || Moderated channel (only +vhoaq users may speak) || [[Image:Mode halfop.png|Halfop]]
 
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|n || Users outside the channel can not send PRIVMSGs to the channel || [[Image:Mode_halfop.png|Halfop]]
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|[[nt|n]] || Users outside the channel can not send PRIVMSGs to the channel || [[Image:Mode halfop.png|Halfop]]
 
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|o <nickname> || Gives Operator status to the user || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|o <nickname> || Gives Operator status to the user || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|p || Private channel || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|p || Private channel - Channel is not shown in /list || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|q <nickname> || Gives Owner status to the user || [[Image:Mode_owner.png|Owner]]
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|q <nickname> || Gives Owner status to the user || [[Image:Mode owner.png|Owner]]
 
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|r || The channel is registered (settable by services only)
 
|r || The channel is registered (settable by services only)
 
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|s || Secret channel || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|s || Secret channel - Channel is not shown in /list and the channel will not appear in a user's WHOIS unless both are in the channel || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|t || Only +hoaq may change the topic || [[Image:Mode_halfop.png|Halfop]]
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|[[nt|t]] || Only +hoaq may change the topic || [[Image:Mode halfop.png|Halfop]]
 
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|u || Auditorium mode (/names and /who #channel only show channel ops) || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|u || Auditorium mode (/names and /who #channel only show channel ops) || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|v <nickname> || Gives Voice to the user (May talk if chan is +m) || [[Image:Mode_halfop.png|Halfop]]
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|v <nickname> || Gives Voice to the user (May talk if chan is +m) || [[Image:Mode halfop.png|Halfop]]
 
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|z || Only Clients on a Secure Connection (SSL) can join || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|z || Only Clients on a Secure Connection (SSL) can join || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
|-
 
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|A || Server/Net Admin only channel (settable by Admins)
 
|A || Server/Net Admin only channel (settable by Admins)
 
|-
 
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|C || No CTCPs allowed in the channel || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|C || No CTCPs allowed in the channel || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|G || Filters out all Bad words in messages with <censored> || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|G || Filters out all Bad words in messages with <censored> || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|I <nick!ident@host> || Overrides +i for matching users || [[Image:Mode_halfop.png|Halfop]]
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|I <nick!ident@host> || Overrides +i for matching users || [[Image:Mode halfop.png|Halfop]]
 
|-
 
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|K || /KNOCK is not allowed || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|K || /KNOCK is not allowed || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|L <chan2> || Channel link (If +l is full, the next user will auto-join <chan2>) || [[Image:Mode_owner.png|Owner]]
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|L <chan2> || Channel link (If +l is full, the next user will auto-join <chan2>) || [[Image:Mode owner.png|Owner]]
 
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|M || Must be using a registered nick (+r), or have voice access to talk || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|M || Must be using a registered nick (+r), or have voice access to talk || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|N || No Nickname changes are permitted in the channel || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|N || No Nickname changes are permitted in the channel || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|O || IRC Operator only channel (settable by IRCops)
 
|O || IRC Operator only channel (settable by IRCops)
 
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|Q || No kicks allowed || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|Q || No kicks allowed || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
|-
 
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|R || Only registered (+r) users may join the channel || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|R || Only registered (+r) users may join the channel || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|S || Strips mIRC color codes || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|S || Strips mIRC color codes || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|T || No NOTICEs allowed in the channel || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|T || No NOTICEs allowed in the channel || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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|V || /INVITE is not allowed || [[Image:Mode_op.png|Operator]]
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|V || /INVITE is not allowed || [[Image:Mode op.png|Operator]]
 
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== /HELPOP CHMODEF - Channel Flood Protection ==
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For example, to set a channel mode use <code>/mode <#channel> +R</code> to prevent unregistered users from joining. To remove that user mode use <code>/mode <#channel> -R</code>.
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== /HELPOP CHMODEF - Channel flood protection ==
 
<pre>
 
<pre>
The +f channel mode provides comprehensive flood protection for a channel.
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The +f channel mode provides comprehensive flood protection for a channel. This mode allows you to prevent join, nick change, CTCP, text, and knock floods. The syntax for this modes' parameter is as follows:
This mode allows you to prevent join, nick change, CTCP, text, and knock
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floods. The syntax for this mode's parameter is as follows:
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+f [<amount><type>{#<action>}{,...}]:<seconds>
 
+f [<amount><type>{#<action>}{,...}]:<seconds>
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</pre>
 
</pre>
  
== /HELPOP EXTBANS - Extended ban-types ==
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== /HELPOP EXTBANS - Extended ban types ==
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''For more information, see [[Ban#Ban Types|Ban]]
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{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
!Type
 
!Type
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= IRCOp Commands =
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= IRC operator commands =
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These are only needed if you become an IRC operator on the IRC server.
  
These are only needed if you become an IRCOp on the IRC server.  
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== /HELPOP SNOMASKS - To get the list of snomasks ==
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Snomask stands for 'Service NOtice MASK', it (mainly) controls which server notices you will receive.
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Currently the following snomasks are available:
  
== /HELPOP SNOMASKS - To get a list of Snomasks ==
 
Snomask stands for 'Service NOtice MASK', it (mainly) controls which server notices you will receive.
 
 
<pre>
 
<pre>
Usage: /MODE nick +s <snomask>
 
Ex: /MODE blah +s +cF-j
 
The parameter specifies which snomasks you want (or don't want).
 
You can also remove all snomasks by simply doing /MODE nick -s.
 
Below is a list of possible snomasks:
 
 
 
c = View connects/disconnects on local server
 
c = View connects/disconnects on local server
 
e = View 'Eyes' server messages (OperOverride, /CHG* and /SET* usage, ..)
 
e = View 'Eyes' server messages (OperOverride, /CHG* and /SET* usage, ..)
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s = View general notices
 
s = View general notices
 
v = View usage of /VHOST command
 
v = View usage of /VHOST command
 
 
F = View connects/disconnects on remote servers (except U-lines)
 
F = View connects/disconnects on remote servers (except U-lines)
 
G = View TKL notices (Gline, GZline, Shun, etc)
 
G = View TKL notices (Gline, GZline, Shun, etc)
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</pre>
 
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== /HELPOP OPERCMDS - To get the list of Oper Commands ==
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For example, to set a snomask use <code>/mode <nickname> +s +s</code> to recieve general notices. To remove that snomask use <code>/mode <nickname> +s -s</code>.
This section gives the IRC Operator only commands.
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== /HELPOP OPERCMDS - To get the list of IRC operator commands ==
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This section gives the IRC operator only commands.<pre>
 
ADCHAT    ADDMOTD  ADDOMOTD  CHATOPS    CHGHOST    CHGIDENT  CHGNAME  CLOSE
 
ADCHAT    ADDMOTD  ADDOMOTD  CHATOPS    CHGHOST    CHGIDENT  CHGNAME  CLOSE
 
CONNECT    DCCDENY  DIE      DNS        GLINE      GLOBOPS  GZLINE  HTM
 
CONNECT    DCCDENY  DIE      DNS        GLINE      GLOBOPS  GZLINE  HTM
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</pre>
  
== /HELPOP SVSCMDS  - Commands sent via U:Lined Server (Services) ==
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== /HELPOP SVSCMDS  - To get the list of U-Lined servers commands (services) ==
This section gives the commands that can be
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This section gives the commands that can be sent via a U:Lined server such as services.
sent via a U:Lined Server such as Services.
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The command is typically sent as /MSG OperServ RAW :services <command>.
The command is typically sent as:
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/MSG OPERSERV RAW :services <command>
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SQLINE
 
SQLINE
 
SVS2MODE
 
SVS2MODE
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irc.mibbit.net uses UnrealIRCd. Here are the supported commands (see also /HELP, /NS HELP, /CS HELP, /BS HELP, /MS HELP).

Regular commands

/HELPOP USERCMDS - To get the list of user commands

Currently the following user commands are available:

ADMIN    AWAY     CREDITS  CYCLE    DALINFO  DCCALLOW  INVITE
ISON     JOIN     KICK     KNOCK    LICENSE  LINKS     LIST
LUSERS   MAP      MODE     MODULE   MOTD     NAMES     NICK
NOTICE   PART     PING     PONG     PRIVMSG  QUIT      RULES
SETNAME  SILENCE  STATS    TIME     TOPIC    USERHOST  USERIP
VERSION  VHOST    WATCH    WHO      WHOIS    WHOWAS

/HELPOP UMODES - To get the list of user modes

Currently the following user modes are available:

a = Is a Services Administrator
d = Makes it so you can not receive channel PRIVMSGs (Deaf)
g = Can read & send to GlobOps, and LocOps
h = Available for Help (Help Operator)
i = Invisible (Not shown in /WHO searches)
o = Global IRC Operator
p = Hide all channels in /whois and /who
q = Only U:lines can kick you (Services Admins/Net Admins only)
r = Identifies the nick as being Registered (settable by services only)
s = Can listen to Server notices
t = Says that you are using a /VHOST
v = Receive infected DCC send rejection notices
w = Can listen to Wallop messages
x = Gives the user Hidden Hostname (security)
z = Marks the client as being on a Secure Connection (SSL)
A = Is a Server Administrator
B = Marks you as being a Bot
C = Is a Co-Administrator
G = Filters out all Bad words in your messages with <censored>
H = Hide IRCop status in /WHO and /WHOIS. (IRC Operators only)
N = Is a Network Administrator
O = Local IRC Operator
R = Allows you to only receive PRIVMSGs/NOTICEs from registered (+r) users
S = For Services only. (Protects them)
T = Prevents you from receiving CTCPs
V = Marks the client as a WebTV user (e.g., sends private messages instead of notices)
W = Lets you see when people do a /WHOIS on you (IRC Operators only)

For example, to set a user mode use /mode <nickname> +B to mark your nickname as a bot. To remove that user mode use /mode <nickname> -B.

/HELPOP CHMODES - To get the list of channel modes

Currently the following channel modes are available:

Mode Description User
a <nickname> Gives Channel Admin to the user Admin
b <nick!ident@host> Bans the nick!ident@host from the channel Halfop
c Block messages containing mIRC color codes Operator
e <nick!ident@host> Overrides a ban for matching users Halfop
f <floodparams> Flood protection (for more info see /HELPOP CHMODEF ) Operator
h <nickname> Gives HalfOp status to the user (Limited op access) Operator
i A user must be invited to join the channel Halfop
j <joins:sec> Throttle joins per-user to 'joins' per 'sec' seconds Operator
k <key> Users must specify <key> to join Halfop
l <number of max users> Channel may hold at most <number> of users Operator
m Moderated channel (only +vhoaq users may speak) Halfop
n Users outside the channel can not send PRIVMSGs to the channel Halfop
o <nickname> Gives Operator status to the user Operator
p Private channel - Channel is not shown in /list Operator
q <nickname> Gives Owner status to the user Owner
r The channel is registered (settable by services only)
s Secret channel - Channel is not shown in /list and the channel will not appear in a user's WHOIS unless both are in the channel Operator
t Only +hoaq may change the topic Halfop
u Auditorium mode (/names and /who #channel only show channel ops) Operator
v <nickname> Gives Voice to the user (May talk if chan is +m) Halfop
z Only Clients on a Secure Connection (SSL) can join Operator
A Server/Net Admin only channel (settable by Admins)
C No CTCPs allowed in the channel Operator
G Filters out all Bad words in messages with <censored> Operator
I <nick!ident@host> Overrides +i for matching users Halfop
K /KNOCK is not allowed Operator
L <chan2> Channel link (If +l is full, the next user will auto-join <chan2>) Owner
M Must be using a registered nick (+r), or have voice access to talk Operator
N No Nickname changes are permitted in the channel Operator
O IRC Operator only channel (settable by IRCops)
Q No kicks allowed Operator
R Only registered (+r) users may join the channel Operator
S Strips mIRC color codes Operator
T No NOTICEs allowed in the channel Operator
V /INVITE is not allowed Operator

For example, to set a channel mode use /mode <#channel> +R to prevent unregistered users from joining. To remove that user mode use /mode <#channel> -R.

/HELPOP CHMODEF - Channel flood protection

The +f channel mode provides comprehensive flood protection for a channel. This mode allows you to prevent join, nick change, CTCP, text, and knock floods. The syntax for this modes' parameter is as follows:

+f [<amount><type>{#<action>}{,...}]:<seconds>

The amount specifies the number of times the specified flood must occur
before action is taken. Below are the available types:

==-----Type-----Name--------Default Action---Other Actions-----==
       c        CTCP        +C               m, M
       j        Join        +i               R
       k        Knock       +K
       m        Messages    +m               M
       n        Nickchange  +N
       t        Text        kick             b

The difference between type m and t is that m is tallied for the entire
channel whereas t is tallied per user.

If you choose to specify an action for a mode, you may also specify a
time (in minutes) after which the specific action will be reversed.

/HELPOP EXTBANS - Extended ban types

For more information, see Ban

Type Name Explanation
~q Quiet

People matching these bans can join but are unable to speak, unless they have +v or higher. Example: +bb ~q:*!*@blah.blah.com ~q:mib_*!*@* or /mode +b ~q:mib_*!*@*

~n nickchange

People matching these bans cannot change nicks, unless they have +v or higher. Example: +bb ~n:*!*@*.aol.com ~n:nick*!*@*

~c [prefix]

channel

If the user is in this channel then (s)he is unable to join. A prefix can also be specified (+/%/@/&/~) which means that it will only match if the user has that rights or higher on the specified channel. Example: +b ~c:#lamers, +e ~c:@#trusted

~r realname

If the realname of a user matches this then (s)he is unable to join. Example: +b ~r:*Stupid_bot_script* NOTE: an underscore ('_') matches both a space (' ') and an underscore ('_'), so this ban would match 'Stupid bot script v1.4'.

IRC operator commands

These are only needed if you become an IRC operator on the IRC server.

/HELPOP SNOMASKS - To get the list of snomasks

Snomask stands for 'Service NOtice MASK', it (mainly) controls which server notices you will receive. Currently the following snomasks are available:

c = View connects/disconnects on local server
e = View 'Eyes' server messages (OperOverride, /CHG* and /SET* usage, ..)
f = View flood alerts
j = View Junk notices (not recommended for normal use)
k = View KILL notices
n = View nick changes on local server
o = View oper-up notices
q = View rejected nick changes due to Q:lines
s = View general notices
v = View usage of /VHOST command
F = View connects/disconnects on remote servers (except U-lines)
G = View TKL notices (Gline, GZline, Shun, etc)
N = View nick changes on remote servers
S = View spamfilter matches

For example, to set a snomask use /mode <nickname> +s +s to recieve general notices. To remove that snomask use /mode <nickname> +s -s.

/HELPOP OPERCMDS - To get the list of IRC operator commands

This section gives the IRC operator only commands.
ADCHAT     ADDMOTD   ADDOMOTD  CHATOPS     CHGHOST    CHGIDENT  CHGNAME  CLOSE
CONNECT    DCCDENY   DIE       DNS         GLINE      GLOBOPS   GZLINE   HTM
KILL       KLINE     LAG       LOCOPS      MKPASSWD   MODULE    NACHAT   OPER
OPERMOTD   REHASH    RESTART   RPING       SAJOIN     SAMODE    SAPART   SDESC
SETHOST    SETIDENT  SHUN      SPAMFILTER  SQUIT      TEMPSHUN  TRACE    TSCTL
UNDCCDENY  WALLOPS   ZLINE

/HELPOP SVSCMDS - To get the list of U-Lined servers commands (services)

This section gives the commands that can be sent via a U:Lined server such as services. The command is typically sent as /MSG OperServ RAW :services <command>.

SQLINE
SVS2MODE
SVS2SNO
SVSFLINE
SVSJOIN
SVSKILL
SVSLUSERS
SVSMODE
SVSMOTD
SVSNICK
SVSNLINE
SVSNOLAG
SVSNOOP
SVSO
SVSPART
SVSSILENCE
SVSSNO
SVSWATCH
SWHOIS
UNSQLINE