With this command, you can find out what your status on a registered
channel is - Founder, SuperOp, AutoOp, or Basic:
- the person who registers the channel; they
have complete control over the workings as long as they remember their
- a person appointed by the founder to help
run the channel; they can add and remove AOps from the list.
- a person appointed by the founder or an
SuperOp to help run the channel on a day to day basis; they can also
kick/ban people from the channel and change the modes.
- a person who is just a regular user on a
channel; they have no special functions under ChanServ.
/chanserv access (channel) [(nick)]
NOTE: you do not need to use parentheses or brackets.
: Substitute the channel name, for example #dragonrealm here.
: The nick is optional and generally used with bots as a protocol to query user access
on a channel, thus relieving the bot of keeping track of access lists. For a registered
channel, the reply is given in a notice of the following format:
ACC (channel) (nick) (user@host) (access level)
The returned access level is a number from 0 to 3, where
0=basic, 1=AutoOp, 2=SuperOp, and 3=founder. If the user is not online, the
user@host and access level will be *UNKNOWN* and 0, respectively.
/chanserv access #dragonrealm
For any normal user on #dragonrealm, ChanServ would tell you the following:
-ChanServ- Your channel access to #dragonrealm is Basic level.
/chanserv access #dragonrealm WebCat
This command, when completed successfully, would have ChanServ reply as such:
-ChanServ- ACC #dragonrealm webcat firstname.lastname@example.org 1
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