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<code>/cs set #chan '''XOP''' {on|off}</code> enables or disables the xOP lists system for a channel.  When XOP is set ON (it is ON by default), you have to use the AOP/SOP/VOP commands in order to give channel privileges to users, else you have to use the ACCESS command (see http://anope.org/docgen/1.8/en_us/ChanServ.html ).
 
  
Technical Note: when you switch from access list to xOP lists system, your level definitions and user levels will be changed, so you won't find the same values if you switch back to access system!
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***xOP*** or ***XOP*** refers to the means of channel permissions controlled by giving users the ability to automatically take on a specific mode. It, along with [[access]] and [[flags (chanserv)|flags]], are the ways to grant others the ability to moderate your channel.
  
You should also check that your users are in the good xOP list after the switch from access to xOP lists, because the guess is not always perfect... in fact, it is not recommended to use the xOP lists if you changed level definitions with the LEVELS command.
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Auto-Op (autoop) refers to [[Chanserv|Channel Server]] automatically granting a [[mode|user mode]] to a specific registered nick when they join a specific channel.  It is part of "xOP" or "XOP", the automatic user privileges system. For the Mibbit main client, see also [[Autoidentify]].  
 
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Switching from xOP lists system to access list system causes no problem though.
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Auto-Op (autoop) refers to [[Chanserv|Channel Server]] automatically granting a [[mode|user mode]] to a specific registered nick when they join a specific channel.  It is part of "xOP" or "XOP", the automatic user privileges system. For the mibbit main client see also [[Autoidentify]].  
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ChanServ maintains a list of registered nicknames which will automatically receive privileges if they are identified to NickServ (they logged in using their password with NickServ).  There are 4 xOP Levels.
 
ChanServ maintains a list of registered nicknames which will automatically receive privileges if they are identified to NickServ (they logged in using their password with NickServ).  There are 4 xOP Levels.

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      • xOP*** or ***XOP*** refers to the means of channel permissions controlled by giving users the ability to automatically take on a specific mode. It, along with access and flags, are the ways to grant others the ability to moderate your channel.

Auto-Op (autoop) refers to Channel Server automatically granting a user mode to a specific registered nick when they join a specific channel. It is part of "xOP" or "XOP", the automatic user privileges system. For the Mibbit main client, see also Autoidentify.

ChanServ maintains a list of registered nicknames which will automatically receive privileges if they are identified to NickServ (they logged in using their password with NickServ). There are 4 xOP Levels.

xOP Levels
Level User Mode Commands More Info
Owner +q
/msg ChanServ
       QOP <channel> ADD <nick>
       QOP <channel> DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
       QOP <channel> LIST [mask | list]
       QOP <channel> CLEAR

example: /cs qop #myhappychan add johndoe

SOP
Admin (Super-Op) Mode admin.png +a
/msg ChanServ
       SOP <channel> ADD <nick>
       SOP <channel> DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
       SOP <channel> LIST [mask | list]
       SOP <channel> CLEAR

example: /cs sop #myhappychan add johndoe

QOP
Operator Mode op.png +o
/msg ChanServ
        AOP <channel> ADD <nick>
        AOP <channel> DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
        AOP <channel> LIST [mask | list]
        AOP <channel> CLEAR
AOP
Half-Operator Mode halfop.png +h
/msg ChanServ
        HOP <channel> ADD <nick>
        HOP <channel> DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
        HOP <channel> LIST [mask | list]
        HOP <channel> CLEAR
HOP
Voice Mode voice.png +v
/msg ChanServ
        VOP <channel> ADD <nick>
        VOP <channel> DEL {nick | entry-num | list}
        VOP <channel> LIST [mask | list]
        VOP <channel> CLEAR
VOP

Notes:

Nicks must be registered, channel names start with # , do NOT use the < > brackets

Mibbit's IRC Servers allow /cs and /chanserv as aliases for /msg ChanServ, either form is acceptable.