For online help please type /raw help or /quote help in your IRC client.
NickServ help is available by /msg nickserv help, for ChanServ help
type /msg chanserv help and for MemoServ help /msg memoserv help.
Aliases like /ns help, /cs help and /ms help are also available.

IRCWorld IRC Network commands:

ACCEPT
ACCEPT nick, -nick, …
Adds or removes users from your accept list for umode +g and +R. Users are automatically removed
when they quit, split or change nick.
ACCEPT *
Lists all users on your accept list.
Support of this command is indicated by the CALLERID token in RPL_ISUPPORT (005); the optional
parameter indicates the letter of the “only allow accept users to send private messages” umode, otherwise
+g. In charybdis this is always +g.

CNOTICE
CNOTICE nick channel :text
Providing you are opped (+o) or voiced (+v) in channel, and nick is a member of channel,
CNOTICE generates a NOTICE towards nick.
CNOTICE bypasses any anti-spam measures in place. If you get “Targets changing too fast, message
dropped”, you should probably use this command, for example sending a notice to every user joining a
certain channel.
Support of this command is indicated by the CNOTICE token in RPL_ISUPPORT (005).

CPRIVMSG
CPRIVMSG nick channel :text
Providing you are opped (+o) or voiced (+v) in channel, and nick is a member of channel,
CPRIVMSG generates a PRIVMSG towards nick.
CPRIVMSG bypasses any anti-spam measures in place. If you get “Targets changing too fast, message
dropped”, you should probably use this command.
Support of this command is indicated by the CPRIVMSG token in RPL_ISUPPORT (005).

HELP
HELP [topic]
Displays help information. topic can be INDEX, CREDITS, UMODE, CMODE, SNOMASK or a
command name.
There are separate help files for users and opers. Opers can use UHELP to query the user help files.

KNOCK
KNOCK channel
Requests an invite to the given channel. The channel must be locked somehow (+ikl), must not be +p and
you may not be banned or quieted. Also, this command is rate limited.
If successful, all channel operators will receive a 710 numeric. The recipient field of this numeric is the
channel.
Support of this command is indicated by the KNOCK token in RPL_ISUPPORT (005).

MONITOR
Server side notify list. This list contains nicks. When a user connects, quits with a listed nick or changes
to or from a listed nick, you will receive a 730 numeric if the nick went online and a 731 numeric if the
nick went offline.
Support of this command is indicated by the MONITOR token in RPL_ISUPPORT (005); the parameter
indicates the maximum number of nicknames you may have in your monitor list.
You may only use this command once per second.
More details can be found in doc/monitor.txt in the source distribution.
MONITOR + nick, …
Adds nicks to your monitor list. You will receive 730 and 731 numerics for the nicks.
MONITOR – nick, …
Removes nicks from your monitor list. No output is generated for this command.
MONITOR C
Clears your monitor list. No output is generated for this command.
MONITOR L
Lists all nicks on your monitor list, using 732 numerics and ending with a 733 numeric.
MONITOR S
Shows status for all nicks on your monitor list, using 730 and 731 numerics.

ADMIN
ADMIN [nick | server]
Shows the information in the admin{} block.

INFO
INFO [nick | server]
Shows information about the authors of the IRC server, and some information about this server instance.
Opers also get a list of configuration options.

TIME
TIME [nick | server]
Shows the local time on the given server, in a human-readable format.

VERSION
VERSION [nick | server]
Shows version information, a few compile/config options, the SID and the 005 numerics. The 005
numeric will be remapped to 105 for remote requests.

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