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MemoServ Commands
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The following commands will provide some information about the servers and are available for all the users (Parameters which are inside <> brackets are mandatory while parameters which are inside [] brackets are optional, While ALL bracket marks are neglected).



MemoServ

    MemoServ allows you to send memos to registered users.

Commands which are followed after MemoServ are:
  • List
  • Read
  • Forward
  • Send
  • SendOps
  • SendGroup
  • Delete
  • Ignore
Syntax: /MemoServ <command> [parameters] or /ms <command> [parameters]

    1.LIST
Lists all of your memos.

[sup]LIST[/sup] shows you your memos in your inbox, including who sent them and when. Example:
Code:
/MemoServ list

    2.READ
Reads a memo.

[sup]READ[/sup] allows you to read your memos (that another user has sent you). You can either read a memo by number or read your new memos. Examples:
Code:
/MemoServ new
Code:
/MemoServ <memo number>

    3.FORWARD
Forwards a memo.

[sup]FORWARD[/sup] allows you to forward a memo to another account. Useful for a variety of reasons. Example:
Code:
/MemoServ forward <nickname> <memo number>

    4.SEND
Sends a memo to a user.

[sup]SEND[/sup] allows you to send a memo to a nickname that is offline at the moment, (Maximum 300 characters per memo). And they will be told they have messages waiting for them, ASAP they log on. Example:
Code:
/MemoServ send <nickname> <your message>

    5.SENDOPS
Sends a memo to all Ops on a channel.

[sup]SENDOPS[/sup] allows you to send a memo to all Ops on a channel. (ONLY users allowed to view the access list can do this). Example:
Code:
/MemoServ sendops <#channel> <your message>

    6.SENDGROUP
Sends a memo to a group.

[sup]SENDGROUP[/sup] allows you to send a memo to all members of a group who have the +m flag.
Code:
/MemoServ sendgroup <!group> <your message>

    7.DELETE
Deletes memos.

[sup]DELETE[/sup] also DEL allows you to delete memos from your inbox. You can delete ALL memos, all OLD memos (have read) or specify a memo number. (once you delete a memo, the numbers of all subsequent memos will be changed). Example:
Code:
/MemoServ del all
Code:
/MemoServ del old
Code:
/MemoServ del <memo number>

    8.IGNORE
Ignores memos.

[sup]IGNORE[/sup] allows you to ignore|unignore memos from another user. You can either LIST and Clear those users you have put in your blacklist. (Maximum 40 users can be added). Examples:
Code:
/MemoServ add <nickname>
Code:
/MemoServ del <nickname>
Code:
/MemoServ list
Code:
/MemoServ clear



NOTE: IF you have any problem with receiving|sending memos. Please check this:
http://chanops.org/community/pnplus-bamb...ing-memos/
Jus be ur SELF, 'cuz everyone else is already TAKEN!.
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very simple and clear

great work BAKKASH Smile
You don't have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.
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my Pleasure!.

and Thanks MindFreak. ^^
Jus be ur SELF, 'cuz everyone else is already TAKEN!.
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