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1 # Emacs: -*- mode: fundamental; coding: binary -*-
2
3 # United States English language file.
4 #
5 # IRC Services is copyright (c) 1996-2009 Andrew Church.
6 # E-mail: <achurch@achurch.org>
7 # Parts written by Andrew Kempe and others.
8 # This program is free but copyrighted software; see the file GPL.txt for
9 # details.
10
11 # When translating this file to another language, keep in mind that the
12 # order of parameters for sprintf() is fixed in the source code, so your
13 # messages need to take the same parameters in the same order as the
14 # English messages do. (Obviously, this doesn't hold for the strftime()
15 # format lines immediately below.) If you can't get a natural translation
16 # of a message without changing the order of the parameters, please inform
17 # the Services developers.
18 #
19 # In help messages, "%S" (capital S, not lowercase) refers to the name of
20 # the service sending the message; for example, in NickServ help messages,
21 # "%S" is replaced by "NickServ" (or whatever it is renamed to in
22 # config.h). The %S's do not count as sprintf() parameters, so they can be
23 # rearranged, removed, or added as necessary.
24 #
25 # Also in help messages, please try to limit line lengths to 60 characters
26 # of text (not including the leading tab). This length was chosen because
27 # it does not cause line wrap under default settings on most current IRC
28 # clients. Remember that format characters (control-B, control-_) are not
29 # included in that 60-character limit (since they don't show on the user's
30 # screen). Also remember that format specifiers (%S, etc.) will expand
31 # when displayed, so remember to take this into account; you can assume
32 # that the length of a pseudoclient name (%S replacement) will be eight
33 # characters, so reduce the maximum line length by 6 for every %S on a
34 # line.
35 #
36 # Finally, remember to put a tab at the beginning of every line of text
37 # (including empty lines). This has to be a tab, not spaces.
38
39 ###########################################################################
40 #
41 # Name and character set of this language
42 #
43 ###########################################################################
44
45 # Language name.
46 # For languages other than English, this string should have the following
47 # format:
48 # language-name-in-language (language-name-in-English)
49 # For example, "Español (Spanish)" or "Français (French)".
50
51 LANG_NAME
52 English
53
54 # Character set used by this language. This should be a "charset" value
55 # understood by mailreader or web browser software.
56
57 LANG_CHARSET
58 iso-8859-1
59
60 ###########################################################################
61 #
62 # General messages
63 #
64 ###########################################################################
65
66 # strftime() format strings. man 3 strftime for information on the
67 # meanings of the format specifiers. Short version:
68 # %a = weekday name (short) %H = hour
69 # %b = month name (short) %M = minute
70 # %d = day of month %S = second
71 # %Y = year %Z = time zone
72
73 # This is used as the format string for strftime() for a date and time
74 # together.
75 STRFTIME_DATE_TIME_FORMAT
76 %b %d %H:%M:%S %Y %Z
77 # This is used as the format string for strftime() for a date alone in long
78 # format (English: including weekday).
79 STRFTIME_LONG_DATE_FORMAT
80 %a %b %d %Y
81 # This is used as the format string for strftime() for a date alone in
82 # short format (English: without weekday).
83 STRFTIME_SHORT_DATE_FORMAT
84 %b %d %Y
85
86 # These tell our strftime() what the names of months and days are. If you
87 # don't use %a, %A, %b, or %B in your strftime() strings above, you can
88 # leave these empty. However, if you enter names, they MUST stay in order,
89 # one per line, and the list MUST be complete!
90
91 # %a
92 STRFTIME_DAYS_SHORT
93 Sun
94 Mon
95 Tue
96 Wed
97 Thu
98 Fri
99 Sat
100 # %A
101 STRFTIME_DAYS_LONG
102 Sunday
103 Monday
104 Tuesday
105 Wednesday
106 Thursday
107 Friday
108 Saturday
109 # %b
110 STRFTIME_MONTHS_SHORT
111 Jan
112 Feb
113 Mar
114 Apr
115 May
116 Jun
117 Jul
118 Aug
119 Sep
120 Oct
121 Nov
122 Dec
123 # %B
124 STRFTIME_MONTHS_LONG
125 January
126 February
127 March
128 April
129 May
130 June
131 July
132 August
133 September
134 October
135 November
136 December
137
138
139 # "day", "hour", "minute", and "second" in singular and plural.
140 # These must be preceded by spaces if the language requires them
141 # (e.g. in English: "10 hours", not "10hours").
142 STR_DAY
143 day
144 STR_DAYS
145 days
146 STR_HOUR
147 hour
148 STR_HOURS
149 hours
150 STR_MINUTE
151 minute
152 STR_MINUTES
153 minutes
154 STR_SECOND
155 second
156 STR_SECONDS
157 seconds
158 # Separator used between units of time; in English, a comma followed by a
159 # space (the ", " in "3 hours, 10 minutes").
160 STR_TIMESEP
161 ,
162
163 # This is used in ChanServ/NickServ INFO displays, and is a comma followed
164 # by a space (", " -- trailing space is significant), or the equivalent in
165 # the language's character set.
166 COMMA_SPACE
167 ,
168
169
170 # Various error messages.
171 INTERNAL_ERROR
172 Internal error--unable to process request.
173 SERVICES_IS_BUSY
174 Services is currently busy; please try again later.
175
176 UNKNOWN_COMMAND
177 Unknown command %s.
178 UNKNOWN_COMMAND_HELP
179 Unknown command %s. Type /msg %s HELP for help.
180 SYNTAX_ERROR
181 Syntax: %s
182 MORE_INFO
183 Type /msg %s HELP %s for more information.
184 NO_HELP_AVAILABLE
185 No help available for %s.
186 MISSING_QUOTE
187 Double quote (") missing.
188
189 BAD_EMAIL
190 E-mail addresses must be in the form username@hostname. You may not use colors, bold, underline, or reverse, or any of these characters: , : ; | \ " ( ) < > [ ]
191 REJECTED_EMAIL
192 Sorry, that E-mail address cannot be used.
193 BAD_URL
194 URLs must be in the form http://hostname[:port]/... (or ftp://, etc.).
195 BAD_USERHOST_MASK
196 Mask must be in the form user@host.
197 BAD_NICKUSERHOST_MASK
198 Mask must be in the form nick!user@host.
199 BAD_EXPIRY_TIME
200 Invalid expiry time.
201
202 SENDMAIL_NO_RESOURCES
203 The system is currently too busy to send mail; please try again later.
204 READ_ONLY_MODE
205 Notice: Services is in read-only mode; changes will not be saved!
206 PASSWORD_INCORRECT
207 Password incorrect.
208 PASSWORD_WARNING
209 Warning: After one more incorrect password you will be disconnected.
210
211 # What's the difference between "Access denied" and "Permission denied"?
212 # Very little; you can safely make them the same message with no real loss
213 # of meaning. If you want to make a distinction, "Access denied" is
214 # usually used more generally; for example, a non-oper trying to access
215 # OperServ gets "Access denied", while a non-Services admin trying to use
216 # NickServ SET NOEXPIRE gets "Permission denied".
217 ACCESS_DENIED
218 Access denied.
219 PERMISSION_DENIED
220 Permission denied.
221
222 MORE_OBSCURE_PASSWORD
223 Please try again with a more obscure password. Passwords should be at least five characters long, and should not be something easily guessed (e.g. your real name or your nickname).
224
225 NICK_NOT_REGISTERED
226 Your nickname isn't registered.
227 NICK_NOT_REGISTERED_HELP
228 Your nickname isn't registered. Type /msg %s HELP for information on registering your nickname.
229 NICK_TOO_LONG
230 Nicknames must be no more than %d characters long.
231 NICK_INVALID
232 %s is not a valid nickname.
233 NICK_X_NOT_REGISTERED
234 Nickname %s isn't registered.
235 NICK_X_ALREADY_REGISTERED
236 Nickname %s is already registered!
237 NICK_X_NOT_IN_USE
238 Nickname %s isn't currently in use.
239 NICK_X_FORBIDDEN
240 Nickname %s may not be registered or used.
241 NICK_X_SUSPENDED
242 Nickname %s is suspended and may not be used or identified for.
243 NICK_X_SUSPENDED_MEMOS
244 Nickname %s is suspended and may not receive memos.
245 NICK_IDENTIFY_REQUIRED
246 Password authentication required for that command.
247 Retry after typing /msg %s IDENTIFY password.
248 NICK_PLEASE_AUTH
249 Your nickname is not yet authenticated. Please authenticate your nickname using the authentication code in the mail message sent to: %s
250 NICK_X_NOT_ON_CHAN_X
251 Nickname %s isn't currently on channel %s.
252
253 CHAN_INVALID
254 %s is not a valid channel name.
255 CHAN_X_NOT_REGISTERED
256 Channel %s isn't registered.
257 CHAN_X_NOT_IN_USE
258 Channel %s isn't currently in use.
259 CHAN_X_FORBIDDEN
260 Channel %s may not be registered or used.
261 CHAN_X_SUSPENDED
262 Channel %s is suspended and may not be used or identified for.
263 CHAN_X_SUSPENDED_MEMOS
264 Channel %s is suspended and may not receive memos.
265 CHAN_IDENTIFY_REQUIRED
266 Password authentication required for that command.
267 Retry after typing /msg %s IDENTIFY %s password.
268
269 SERV_X_NOT_FOUND
270 Server %s not found.
271
272 EXPIRES_NONE
273 does not expire
274 EXPIRES_NOW
275 expired
276 EXPIRES_IN
277 expires in %s
278
279 LIST_RESULTS
280 End of list; %d/%d matches shown.
281
282 ###########################################################################
283 #
284 # NickServ messages
285 #
286 ###########################################################################
287
288 # Automatic messages
289 NICK_IS_REGISTERED
290 This nickname is owned by someone else. Please choose another. (If this is your nickname, type /msg %s IDENTIFY password.)
291 NICK_IS_SECURE
292 This nickname is registered and protected. If it is your nickname, type /msg %s IDENTIFY password. Otherwise, please choose a different nickname.
293 NICK_MAY_NOT_BE_USED
294 This nickname may not be used. Please choose another one.
295 DISCONNECT_IN_1_MINUTE
296 If you do not change your nickname within one minute, you will be disconnected.
297 DISCONNECT_IN_20_SECONDS
298 If you do not change your nickname within 20 seconds, you will be disconnected.
299 DISCONNECT_NOW
300 This nickname has been registered; you may not use it. Please choose another nickname before reconnecting.
301 FORCENICKCHANGE_IN_1_MINUTE
302 If you do not change your nickname within one minute, it will be changed automatically.
303 FORCENICKCHANGE_IN_20_SECONDS
304 If you do not change your nickname within 20 seconds, it will be changed automatically.
305 FORCENICKCHANGE_NOW
306 This nickname has been registered; you may not use it. Your nickname is now being changed to %s.
307 NICK_EXPIRES_SOON
308 Notice: Your nickname's registration will expire in %s. If you want to continue using your nickname, please identify to %s by typing: /msg %s IDENTIFY password
309 NICK_EXPIRED
310 Notice: Your nickname's registration has expired. Please re-register your nickname if you want to continue using it.
311
312 # REGISTER responses
313 NICK_REGISTER_SYNTAX
314 REGISTER password [email]
315 NICK_REGISTER_REQ_EMAIL_SYNTAX
316 REGISTER password email
317 NICK_REGISTRATION_DISABLED
318 Sorry, nickname registration is temporarily disabled.
319 NICK_REGISTRATION_FAILED
320 Sorry, registration failed.
321 NICK_REG_PLEASE_WAIT
322 Please wait %s before using the REGISTER command again.
323 NICK_REG_PLEASE_WAIT_FIRST
324 Please wait %s before using the REGISTER command.
325 NICK_CANNOT_BE_REGISTERED
326 Nickname %s may not be registered.
327 NICK_REGISTER_EMAIL_UNAUTHED
328 The E-mail address you provided has not yet been authenticated. Please use the AUTH command to authenticate the address before registering new nicknames with it.
329 NICK_REGISTER_TOO_MANY_NICKS
330 You have too many nicknames registered (%d, maximum of %d). You cannot register any more until you drop some of your current nicknames.
331 NICK_REGISTERED
332 Nickname %s has been registered to you.
333 NICK_PASSWORD_IS
334 Your password is %s -- remember this for later use.
335
336 # IDENTIFY responses
337 NICK_IDENTIFY_SYNTAX
338 IDENTIFY password
339 NICK_IDENTIFY_FAILED
340 Sorry, identification failed.
341 NICK_IDENTIFY_EMAIL_MISSING
342 You must set an E-mail address for your nickname before you continue using it. Please set one now with the command: /msg %s SET EMAIL address
343 NICK_IDENTIFY_SUCCEEDED
344 Password accepted -- you are now recognized.
345
346 # DROP responses
347 NICK_DROP_SYNTAX
348 DROP password
349 NICK_DROP_WARNING
350 Notice: The DROP command will de-register all of your linked nicknames!
351 NICK_DROP_DISABLED
352 Sorry, nickname de-registration is temporarily disabled.
353 NICK_DROP_FAILED
354 Sorry, nickname de-registration failed.
355 NICK_DROPPED
356 Your nickname has been dropped.
357 NICK_DROPPED_LINKS
358 Your nickname and all linked nicknames have been dropped.
359
360 # DROPNICK responses
361 NICK_DROPNICK_SYNTAX
362 DROPNICK nickname
363 NICK_X_DROPPED
364 Nickname %s has been dropped.
365 NICK_X_DROPPED_LINKS
366 Nickname %s and all linked nicknames have been dropped.
367
368 # DROPEMAIL and DROPEMAIL-CONFIRM responses
369 NICK_DROPEMAIL_SYNTAX
370 DROPEMAIL pattern
371 NICK_DROPEMAIL_PATTERN_TOO_LONG
372 The given pattern is too long (maximum %d characters).
373 NICK_DROPEMAIL_NONE
374 No nicknames have E-mail addresses matching the given pattern.
375 NICK_DROPEMAIL_COUNT
376 %d nicknames have E-mail addresses matching the given pattern.
377 To drop these nicknames, type: /msg %s DROPEMAIL-CONFIRM %s
378 NICK_DROPEMAIL_CONFIRM_SYNTAX
379 DROPEMAIL-CONFIRM address
380 NICK_DROPEMAIL_CONFIRM_UNKNOWN
381 The given pattern is not recognized. Please use the DROPEMAIL command again with this pattern before using the DROPEMAIL-CONFIRM command.
382 NICK_DROPEMAIL_CONFIRM_DROPPING
383 Dropping %d nicknames...
384 NICK_DROPEMAIL_CONFIRM_DROPPED
385 Nickname drop complete.
386
387 # SET responses
388 NICK_SET_SYNTAX
389 SET option parameters
390 NICK_SET_OPER_SYNTAX
391 SET [!nickname] option parameters
392 NICK_SET_DISABLED
393 Sorry, nickname option setting is temporarily disabled.
394 NICK_SET_UNKNOWN_OPTION
395 Unknown SET option %s.
396
397 # SET PASSWORD responses
398 NICK_SET_PASSWORD_FAILED
399 Sorry, couldn't change password.
400 NICK_SET_PASSWORD_CHANGED
401 Password changed.
402 NICK_SET_PASSWORD_CHANGED_TO
403 Password changed to %s.
404
405 # SET LANGUAGE responses
406 NICK_SET_LANGUAGE_SYNTAX
407 SET LANGUAGE number
408 NICK_SET_LANGUAGE_UNKNOWN
409 Unknown language number %d. Type /msg %s HELP SET LANGUAGE for a list of languages.
410 NICK_SET_LANGUAGE_CHANGED
411 Language changed to %s.
412
413 # SET URL responses
414 NICK_SET_URL_CHANGED
415 URL for %s changed to %s.
416
417 # SET EMAIL responses
418 NICK_SET_EMAIL_PLEASE_WAIT
419 Please wait %s before using the SET EMAIL command again.
420 NICK_SET_EMAIL_UNAUTHED
421 The E-mail address you provided has not yet been authenticated. Please use the AUTH command to authenticate the address first.
422 NICK_SET_EMAIL_TOO_MANY_NICKS
423 %s already has %d nicknames registered (maximum of %d). E-mail address change failed.
424 NICK_SET_EMAIL_CHANGED
425 E-mail address for %s changed to %s.
426
427 # SET INFO responses
428 NICK_SET_INFO_CHANGED
429 Information for %s changed.
430
431 # SET KILL responses
432 NICK_SET_KILL_SYNTAX
433 SET KILL {ON | QUICK | OFF}
434 NICK_SET_KILL_IMMED_SYNTAX
435 SET KILL {ON | QUICK | IMMED | OFF}
436 NICK_SET_KILL_ON
437 Kill protection is now ON.
438 NICK_SET_KILL_QUICK
439 Kill protection is now ON, with a reduced kill delay.
440 NICK_SET_KILL_IMMED
441 Kill protection is now ON, with no kill delay.
442 NICK_SET_KILL_IMMED_DISABLED
443 The IMMED option is not available on this network.
444 NICK_SET_KILL_OFF
445 Kill protection is now OFF.
446
447 # SET SECURE responses
448 NICK_SET_SECURE_SYNTAX
449 SET SECURE {ON | OFF}
450 NICK_SET_SECURE_ON
451 Secure option is now ON.
452 NICK_SET_SECURE_OFF
453 Secure option is now OFF.
454
455 # SET PRIVATE responses
456 NICK_SET_PRIVATE_SYNTAX
457 SET PRIVATE {ON | OFF}
458 NICK_SET_PRIVATE_ON
459 Private option is now ON.
460 NICK_SET_PRIVATE_OFF
461 Private option is now OFF.
462
463 # SET NOOP responses
464 NICK_SET_NOOP_SYNTAX
465 SET NOOP {ON | OFF}
466 NICK_SET_NOOP_ON
467 No-op option is now ON.
468 NICK_SET_NOOP_OFF
469 No-op option is now OFF.
470
471 # SET HIDE responses
472 NICK_SET_HIDE_SYNTAX
473 SET HIDE {EMAIL | USERMASK | QUIT} {ON | OFF}
474 NICK_SET_HIDE_EMAIL_ON
475 Your E-mail address will now be hidden from %s INFO displays.
476 NICK_SET_HIDE_EMAIL_OFF
477 Your E-mail address will now be shown in %s INFO displays.
478 NICK_SET_HIDE_MASK_ON
479 Your last seen user@host mask will now be hidden from %s INFO displays.
480 NICK_SET_HIDE_MASK_OFF
481 Your last seen user@host mask will now be shown in %s INFO displays.
482 NICK_SET_HIDE_QUIT_ON
483 Your last quit message will now be hidden from %s INFO displays.
484 NICK_SET_HIDE_QUIT_OFF
485 Your last quit message will now be shown in %s INFO displays.
486
487 # SET TIMEZONE responses
488 NICK_SET_TIMEZONE_SYNTAX
489 SET TIMEZONE {UTC-offset | time-zone | DEFAULT}
490 NICK_SET_TIMEZONE_TO
491 Your time zone has been set to UTC%c%d:%02d.
492 The current time in this time zone is %s.
493 NICK_SET_TIMEZONE_DEFAULT
494 Your time zone has been reset to Services' time zone.
495
496 # SET MAINNICK responses
497 NICK_SET_MAINNICK_NOT_FOUND
498 The nickname %s is not linked to your current nickname.
499 NICK_SET_MAINNICK_CHANGED
500 Your main nickname has been changed to %s.
501
502 # SET NOEXPIRE responses
503 NICK_SET_NOEXPIRE_SYNTAX
504 SET [!nickname] NOEXPIRE {ON | OFF}
505 NICK_SET_NOEXPIRE_ON
506 Nickname %s will not expire.
507 NICK_SET_NOEXPIRE_OFF
508 Nickname %s will expire.
509
510 # UNSET responses
511 NICK_UNSET_SYNTAX
512 UNSET {URL | EMAIL | INFO}
513 NICK_UNSET_SYNTAX_REQ_EMAIL
514 UNSET {URL | INFO}
515 NICK_UNSET_OPER_SYNTAX
516 UNSET [!nick] {URL | EMAIL | INFO}
517 NICK_UNSET_OPER_SYNTAX_REQ_EMAIL
518 UNSET [!nick] {URL | INFO}
519 NICK_UNSET_URL
520 URL for %s unset.
521 NICK_UNSET_EMAIL
522 E-mail address for %s unset.
523 NICK_UNSET_INFO
524 Information for %s unset.
525 NICK_UNSET_EMAIL_BAD
526 You may not clear your E-mail address.
527 NICK_UNSET_EMAIL_OTHER_BAD
528 Nickname E-mail addresses may not be cleared.
529
530 # ACCESS responses
531 NICK_ACCESS_SYNTAX
532 ACCESS {ADD | DEL | LIST} [mask]
533 NICK_ACCESS_DISABLED
534 Sorry, nickname access list modification is temporarily disabled.
535 NICK_ACCESS_ALREADY_PRESENT
536 Mask %s already present on your access list.
537 NICK_ACCESS_REACHED_LIMIT
538 Sorry, you can only have %d access entries for a nickname.
539 NICK_ACCESS_NO_NICKS
540 Warning: Nickname access masks should not include nicknames. Please check and make sure that you have entered the user@host mask correctly.
541 NICK_ACCESS_ADDED
542 %s added to your access list.
543 NICK_ACCESS_NOT_FOUND
544 %s not found on your access list.
545 NICK_ACCESS_DELETED
546 %s deleted from your access list.
547 NICK_ACCESS_LIST_EMPTY
548 Your access list is empty.
549 NICK_ACCESS_LIST
550 Access list:
551 NICK_ACCESS_LIST_X_EMPTY
552 Access list for %s is empty.
553 NICK_ACCESS_LIST_X
554 Access list for %s:
555
556 # LINK responses
557 NICK_OLD_LINK_SYNTAX
558 LINK nickname password
559 NICK_LINK_SYNTAX
560 LINK nickname
561 NICK_LINK_DISABLED
562 Sorry, nickname linking is temporarily disabled.
563 NICK_LINK_FAILED
564 Sorry, linking failed.
565 NICK_CANNOT_BE_LINKED
566 Nickname %s may not be linked.
567 NICK_OLD_LINK_SAME
568 You can't link to your current nickname!
569 NICK_LINK_SAME
570 You can't link your current nickname!
571 NICK_LINK_ALREADY_LINKED
572 Nickname %s is already linked to your nick.
573 NICK_LINK_IN_USE
574 Nickname %s is currently in use.
575 NICK_LINK_TOO_MANY
576 You cannot have more than %d nicknames linked together.
577 NICK_LINK_TOO_MANY_NICKS
578 You already have %d nicknames registered (maximum of %d). Linking failed.
579 NICK_OLD_LINK_TOO_MANY_CHANNELS
580 Can't link to nickname %s: too many channels registered (combined maximum %d).
581 NICK_OLD_LINKED
582 Your nickname has been linked to %s.
583 NICK_LINKED
584 Nickname %s has been linked to your nickname.
585
586 # UNLINK responses
587 NICK_OLD_UNLINK_SYNTAX
588 UNLINK [nickname password]
589 NICK_UNLINK_SYNTAX
590 UNLINK nickname
591 NICK_UNLINK_OPER_SYNTAX
592 UNLINK nickname [FORCE]
593 NICK_UNLINK_DISABLED
594 Sorry, nickname unlinking is temporarily disabled.
595 NICK_UNLINK_FAILED
596 Sorry, unlinking failed.
597 NICK_UNLINK_SAME
598 You can't unlink your current nickname!
599 NICK_OLD_UNLINK_NOT_LINKED
600 Your nickname isn't linked.
601 NICK_UNLINK_NOT_LINKED_YOURS
602 Nickname %s isn't linked to your nickname.
603 NICK_UNLINK_NOT_LINKED
604 Nickname %s isn't linked.
605 NICK_OLD_UNLINKED
606 Your nickname has been unlinked from %s.
607 NICK_UNLINKED
608 Nickname %s has been unlinked from your nickname.
609 NICK_X_UNLINKED
610 Nickname %s has been unlinked from %s.
611
612 # LISTLINKS responses
613 NICK_OLD_LISTLINKS_SYNTAX
614 LISTLINKS nickname
615 NICK_LISTLINKS_SYNTAX
616 LISTLINKS
617 NICK_LISTLINKS_HEADER
618 List of nicknames linked to %s:
619 NICK_LISTLINKS_FOOTER
620 %d linked nicknames.
621
622 # INFO responses
623 NICK_INFO_SYNTAX
624 INFO nickname [ALL]
625 NICK_INFO_REALNAME
626 %s is %s
627 NICK_INFO_ADDRESS
628 Last seen address: %s
629 NICK_INFO_ADDRESS_ONLINE
630 Is online from: %s
631 NICK_INFO_ADDRESS_ONLINE_NOHOST
632 %s is currently online.
633 NICK_INFO_ADDRESS_OTHER_NICK
634 Is using nickname: %s
635 NICK_INFO_TIME_REGGED
636 Time registered: %s
637 NICK_INFO_LAST_SEEN
638 Last seen time: %s
639 NICK_INFO_LAST_QUIT
640 Last quit message: %s
641 NICK_INFO_URL
642 URL: %s
643 NICK_INFO_EMAIL
644 E-mail address: %s
645 NICK_INFO_EMAIL_UNAUTHED
646 E-mail address: %s (unverified)
647 NICK_INFO_INFO
648 Information: %s
649 NICK_INFO_OPTIONS
650 Options: %s
651 # These strings MUST NOT be empty
652 NICK_INFO_OPT_KILL
653 Kill protection
654 NICK_INFO_OPT_SECURE
655 Security
656 NICK_INFO_OPT_PRIVATE
657 Private
658 NICK_INFO_OPT_NOOP
659 No-op
660 NICK_INFO_OPT_NONE
661 None
662 NICK_INFO_NO_EXPIRE
663 This nickname will not expire.
664 NICK_INFO_SUSPEND_DETAILS
665 Suspended by %s on %s (%s).
666 NICK_INFO_SUSPEND_REASON
667 Reason: %s
668 NICK_INFO_SHOW_ALL
669 For more information, type: /msg %s INFO %s ALL
670
671 # LISTCHANS responses
672 NICK_LISTCHANS_SYNTAX
673 LISTCHANS
674 NICK_LISTCHANS_NONE
675 %s has not registered any channels.
676 NICK_LISTCHANS_HEADER
677 Channels registered by %s:
678 NICK_LISTCHANS_END
679 End of list (%d channels registered).
680
681 # LIST/LISTEMAIL responses
682 NICK_LIST_SYNTAX
683 %s [+start] pattern
684 NICK_LIST_OPER_SYNTAX
685 %s [+start] pattern [FORBIDDEN] [NOEXPIRE] [SUSPENDED]
686 NICK_LIST_OPER_SYNTAX_AUTH
687 %s [+start] pattern [FORBIDDEN] [NOEXPIRE] [SUSPENDED] [NOAUTH]
688 NICK_LIST_HEADER
689 List of entries matching %s:
690 NICK_LIST_NO_MATCH
691 No matching nicknames found.
692 NICK_LISTEMAIL_NONE
693 (none set)
694
695 # RECOVER responses
696 NICK_RECOVER_SYNTAX
697 RECOVER nickname [password]
698 NICK_NO_RECOVER_SELF
699 You can't recover yourself!
700 NICK_RECOVERED
701 The user claiming your nickname has been killed. Type /msg %s RELEASE %s password to get it back before the one-minute timeout.
702
703 # RELEASE responses
704 NICK_RELEASE_SYNTAX
705 RELEASE nickname [password]
706 NICK_RELEASE_NOT_HELD
707 Nickname %s isn't being held.
708 NICK_RELEASED
709 Services' hold on your nickname has been released.
710
711 # GHOST responses
712 NICK_GHOST_SYNTAX
713 GHOST nickname [password]
714 NICK_NO_GHOST_SELF
715 You can't ghost yourself!
716 NICK_GHOST_KILLED
717 Ghost with your nickname has been killed.
718
719 # GETPASS responses
720 NICK_GETPASS_SYNTAX
721 GETPASS nickname
722 NICK_GETPASS_UNAVAILABLE
723 The GETPASS command cannot be used for nickname %s because encryption is in use.
724 NICK_GETPASS_PASSWORD_IS
725 Password for %s is %s.
726
727 # FORBID responses
728 NICK_FORBID_SYNTAX
729 FORBID nickname
730 NICK_FORBID_SUCCEEDED
731 Nickname %s is now forbidden.
732 NICK_FORBID_FAILED
733 Couldn't forbid nickname %s!
734
735 # SUSPEND responses
736 NICK_SUSPEND_SYNTAX
737 SUSPEND [+expiry] nickname reason
738 NICK_SUSPEND_SUCCEEDED
739 Nickname %s, and all nicknames linked to it, have been suspended.
740 NICK_SUSPEND_ALREADY_SUSPENDED
741 Nickname %s is already suspended.
742
743 # UNSUSPEND responses
744 NICK_UNSUSPEND_SYNTAX
745 UNSUSPEND nickname
746 NICK_UNSUSPEND_SUCCEEDED
747 Nickname %s has been unsuspended.
748 NICK_UNSUSPEND_NOT_SUSPENDED
749 Nickname %s is not suspended.
750
751 ################ autojoin module messages/responses
752
753 # AJOIN responses
754 NICK_AJOIN_SYNTAX
755 AJOIN {ADD | DEL | LIST} [channel]
756 NICK_AJOIN_ADD_SYNTAX
757 AJOIN ADD channel
758 NICK_AJOIN_DEL_SYNTAX
759 AJOIN DEL channel
760 NICK_AJOIN_DISABLED
761 Sorry, nickname autojoin list modification is temporarily disabled.
762 NICK_AJOIN_ALREADY_PRESENT
763 Channel %s already present on your autojoin list.
764 NICK_AJOIN_LIST_FULL
765 Sorry, you can only have %d autojoin entries for a nickname.
766 NICK_AJOIN_ADDED
767 %s added to your autojoin list.
768 NICK_AJOIN_NOT_FOUND
769 %s not found on your autojoin list.
770 NICK_AJOIN_DELETED
771 %s deleted from your autojoin list.
772 NICK_AJOIN_LIST_EMPTY
773 Your autojoin list is empty.
774 NICK_AJOIN_LIST
775 Autojoin list:
776 NICK_AJOIN_LIST_X_EMPTY
777 Autojoin list for %s is empty.
778 NICK_AJOIN_LIST_X
779 Autojoin list for %s:
780 NICK_AJOIN_AUTO_REMOVE
781 Channel %s has been removed from your autojoin list because it is not a valid channel name.
782
783 ################ mail-auth module messages/responses
784
785 # General-purpose messages
786 NICK_AUTH_SENDING
787 An authentication code for your nickname is being sent to %s.
788 NICK_AUTH_FOR_REGISTER
789 When you receive this message, type /msg %s AUTH code (replace code with the authentication code in the message) to complete your nickname registration.
790 NICK_AUTH_FOR_SET_EMAIL
791 When you receive this message, type /msg %s AUTH code (replace code with the authentication code in the message) to complete your E-mail address change.
792 Please note that you will not be able to continue using your nickname unless you complete the change.
793 NICK_AUTH_NOT_NEEDED
794 There is currently nothing that needs authentication.
795 NICK_AUTH_NO_AUTHCODE
796 Nickname %s has no authentication code.
797 NICK_AUTH_HAS_AUTHCODE
798 Nickname %s already has an authentication code.
799 PASSWORD_WARNING_FOR_AUTH
800 Warning: After one more incorrect authentication code you will be disconnected.
801
802 # Mail text. The last "%s" (before the user@host) in the body text is
803 # replaced by one of the NICK_AUTH_MAIL_TEXT_* messages.
804 NICK_AUTH_MAIL_SUBJECT
805 Authentication code for %s
806 NICK_AUTH_MAIL_BODY
807 The authentication code for your nickname (%s) is: %09d
808 Please submit this code to %s with the command:
809 /msg %s AUTH %09d
810
811 This message was sent by %s in response to %s
812 %s@%s.
813 NICK_AUTH_MAIL_TEXT_REG
814 registration by
815 NICK_AUTH_MAIL_TEXT_EMAIL
816 an E-mail address change by
817 NICK_AUTH_MAIL_TEXT_SENDAUTH
818 a SENDAUTH command from
819 NICK_AUTH_MAIL_TEXT_REAUTH
820 a REAUTH command from
821 NICK_AUTH_MAIL_BODY_SETAUTH
822 The authentication code for your nickname (%s) is: %09d
823 Please submit this code to %s with the command:
824 /msg %s AUTH %09d
825
826 # AUTH responses
827 NICK_AUTH_SYNTAX
828 AUTH code
829 NICK_AUTH_DISABLED
830 Sorry, nickname authentication is temporarily disabled.
831 NICK_AUTH_FAILED
832 That authentication code is incorrect.
833 NICK_AUTH_SUCCEEDED_REGISTER
834 Authentication succeeded; your nickname registration is now complete.
835 NICK_AUTH_SUCCEEDED_SET_EMAIL
836 Authentication succeeded; your E-mail address change is now complete.
837 NICK_AUTH_SUCCEEDED_REAUTH
838 Authentication succeeded; you are now identified for your nickname.
839 NICK_AUTH_SUCCEEDED_SETAUTH
840 Authentication succeeded; you may now continue using your nickname.
841
842 # SENDAUTH responses
843 NICK_SENDAUTH_SYNTAX
844 SENDAUTH
845 NICK_SENDAUTH_TOO_SOON
846 Please wait %s before using the SENDAUTH command again.
847 NICK_SENDAUTH_NORESOURCES
848 The message containing your authentication code could not be sent because the system is too busy. Please try again later or contact a network administrator.
849 NICK_SENDAUTH_ERROR
850 The message containing your authentication code could not be sent due to a system problem. Please try again later or contact a network administrator.
851
852 # REAUTH responses
853 NICK_REAUTH_SYNTAX
854 REAUTH
855 NICK_REAUTH_HAVE_AUTHCODE
856 An authentication code is already set for your nickname.
857 NICK_REAUTH_NO_EMAIL
858 Your nickname does not have an E-mail address set.
859 NICK_REAUTH_AUTHCODE_SET
860 A new authentication code has been set for your nickname, and will be mailed to you shortly. Use that code with the AUTH command to identify for your nickname.
861
862 # RESTOREMAIL responses
863 NICK_RESTOREMAIL_SYNTAX
864 RESTOREMAIL password
865 NICK_RESTOREMAIL_NOT_NOW
866 RESTOREMAIL can only be used after changing your E-mail address, and before authenticating the new address.
867 NICK_RESTOREMAIL_DONE
868 Your previous E-mail address %s has been restored.
869
870 # SETAUTH responses
871 NICK_SETAUTH_SYNTAX
872 SETAUTH nickname
873 NICK_SETAUTH_NO_EMAIL
874 Nickname %s has no E-mail address set.
875 NICK_SETAUTH_AUTHCODE_SET
876 A new authentication code (%09d) has been set for nickname %s.
877 NICK_SETAUTH_SEND_REFUSED
878 Warning: unable to send mail to %s (message refused by mail server).
879 NICK_SETAUTH_SEND_TIMEOUT
880 Warning: unable to send mail to %s (timeout connecting or sending to mail server).
881 NICK_SETAUTH_SEND_NORESOURCES
882 Warning: unable to send mail to %s (insufficient resources).
883 NICK_SETAUTH_SEND_ERROR
884 Warning: unable to send mail to %s (unknown error).
885 NICK_SETAUTH_USER_NOTICE
886 You must authenticate your nickname before continuing to use it. An authentication code is being sent to your E-mail address: %s
887 Type /msg %s HELP AUTH for more information.
888
889 # GETAUTH responses
890 NICK_GETAUTH_SYNTAX
891 GETAUTH nickname
892 NICK_GETAUTH_AUTHCODE_IS
893 The authentication code for nickname %s is: %09d
894
895 # CLEARAUTH responses
896 NICK_CLEARAUTH_SYNTAX
897 CLEARAUTH nickname
898 NICK_CLEARAUTH_CLEARED
899 The authentication code for nickname %s has been cleared.
900
901 ###########################################################################
902 #
903 # ChanServ messages
904 #
905 ###########################################################################
906
907 # Access level descriptions
908 CHAN_LEVEL_AUTOOP
909 Automatic channel operator status
910 CHAN_LEVEL_AUTOVOICE
911 Automatic mode +v
912 CHAN_LEVEL_INVITE
913 Allowed to use INVITE command
914 CHAN_LEVEL_AKICK
915 Allowed to use AKICK command
916 CHAN_LEVEL_SET
917 Allowed to use SET command (not FOUNDER/PASSWORD)
918 CHAN_LEVEL_CLEAR
919 Allowed to use CLEAR command
920 CHAN_LEVEL_UNBAN
921 Allowed to use UNBAN command
922 CHAN_LEVEL_OPDEOP
923 Allowed to use OP/DEOP commands
924 CHAN_LEVEL_ACCESS_LIST
925 Allowed to view the access list
926 CHAN_LEVEL_ACCESS_CHANGE
927 Allowed to modify the access list
928 CHAN_LEVEL_MEMO
929 Receives channel memos
930 CHAN_LEVEL_VOICE
931 Allowed to use VOICE/DEVOICE commands
932 CHAN_LEVEL_AUTOHALFOP
933 Automatic halfop (+h) status
934 CHAN_LEVEL_HALFOP
935 Allowed to use HALFOP/DEHALFOP commands
936 CHAN_LEVEL_AUTOPROTECT
937 Automatic channel protect (+a) status
938 CHAN_LEVEL_PROTECT
939 Allowed to use PROTECT/DEPROTECT commands
940 CHAN_LEVEL_KICK
941 Allowed to use KICK command
942 CHAN_LEVEL_STATUS
943 Allowed to use STATUS command
944 CHAN_LEVEL_TOPIC
945 Allowed to use TOPIC command
946
947 # Automatic responses
948 CHAN_IS_REGISTERED
949 This channel has been registered with %s.
950 CHAN_MAY_NOT_BE_USED
951 This channel may not be used.
952 CHAN_NOT_ALLOWED_TO_JOIN
953 You are not permitted to be on this channel.
954
955 # Multi-purpose responses
956 CHAN_MUST_IDENTIFY_NICK
957 Please identify with %s first, using the command:
958 /msg %s IDENTIFY password
959 CHAN_BOUNCY_MODES
960 Sorry, the %s command is temporarily unavailable.
961
962 # REGISTER responses
963 CHAN_REGISTER_SYNTAX
964 REGISTER channel password description
965 CHAN_REGISTER_DISABLED
966 Sorry, channel registration is temporarily disabled.
967 CHAN_REGISTER_SHORT_CHANNEL
968 The channel # may not be registered.
969 CHAN_REGISTER_NOT_LOCAL
970 Local channels cannot be registered.
971 CHAN_REGISTER_INVALID_NAME
972 You may only register channels whose names begin with #.
973 CHAN_MUST_REGISTER_NICK
974 You must register your nickname first. Type /msg %s HELP for information on registering nicknames.
975 CHAN_MAY_NOT_BE_REGISTERED
976 Channel %s may not be registered.
977 CHAN_ALREADY_REGISTERED
978 Channel %s is already registered!
979 CHAN_MUST_BE_CHANOP
980 You must be a channel operator to register the channel.
981 CHAN_REACHED_CHANNEL_LIMIT
982 Sorry, you have already reached your limit of %d channels.
983 CHAN_EXCEEDED_CHANNEL_LIMIT
984 Sorry, you have already exceeded your limit of %d channels.
985 CHAN_REGISTRATION_FAILED
986 Sorry, registration failed.
987 CHAN_REGISTERED
988 Channel %s registered under your nickname: %s
989 CHAN_PASSWORD_IS
990 Your channel password is %s -- remember it for later use.
991
992 # IDENTIFY responses
993 CHAN_IDENTIFY_SYNTAX
994 IDENTIFY channel password
995 CHAN_IDENTIFY_FAILED
996 Sorry, identification failed.
997 CHAN_IDENTIFY_SUCCEEDED
998 Password accepted -- you now have founder-level access to %s.
999
1000 # DROP responses
1001 CHAN_DROP_SYNTAX
1002 DROP channel password
1003 CHAN_DROP_DISABLED
1004 Sorry, channel de-registration is temporarily disabled.
1005 CHAN_DROPPED
1006 Channel %s has been dropped.
1007
1008 # DROPCHAN responses
1009 CHAN_DROPCHAN_SYNTAX
1010 DROPCHAN channel
1011
1012 # SET responses
1013 CHAN_SET_SYNTAX
1014 SET channel option parameters
1015 CHAN_SET_DISABLED
1016 Sorry, channel option setting is temporarily disabled.
1017 CHAN_SET_UNKNOWN_OPTION
1018 Unknown SET option %s.
1019
1020 # SET FOUNDER responses
1021 CHAN_SET_FOUNDER_TOO_MANY_CHANS
1022 %s has too many channels registered.
1023 CHAN_FOUNDER_CHANGED
1024 Founder of %s changed to %s.
1025
1026 # SET SUCCESSOR responses
1027 CHAN_SUCCESSOR_CHANGED
1028 Successor for %s changed to %s.
1029 CHAN_SUCCESSOR_IS_FOUNDER
1030 You can't make the founder of a channel the successor too.
1031
1032 # SET PASSWORD responses
1033 CHAN_SET_PASSWORD_FAILED
1034 Sorry, couldn't set password.
1035 CHAN_PASSWORD_CHANGED
1036 %s password changed.
1037 CHAN_PASSWORD_CHANGED_TO
1038 %s password changed to %s.
1039
1040 # SET DESC responses
1041 CHAN_DESC_CHANGED
1042 Description of %s changed to %s.
1043
1044 # SET URL responses
1045 CHAN_URL_CHANGED
1046 URL for %s changed to %s.
1047
1048 # SET EMAIL responses
1049 CHAN_EMAIL_CHANGED
1050 E-mail address for %s changed to %s.
1051
1052 # SET ENTRYMSG responses
1053 CHAN_ENTRY_MSG_CHANGED
1054 Entry message for %s changed.
1055
1056 # SET MLOCK responses
1057 CHAN_SET_MLOCK_NEED_PLUS_MINUS
1058 Mode list must begin with a + (plus) or - (minus).
1059 CHAN_SET_MLOCK_NEED_PARAM
1060 Parameter required for MLOCK +%c.
1061 CHAN_SET_MLOCK_NEED_POSITIVE
1062 Parameter for MLOCK +%c must be a positive number.
1063 CHAN_SET_MLOCK_MODE_REG_BAD
1064 Mode +%c is always set on registered channels, and cannot be used with MLOCK.
1065 CHAN_SET_MLOCK_LINK_BAD
1066 Parameter for MLOCK +%c is not a valid channel name.
1067 CHAN_SET_MLOCK_LINK_SAME
1068 Parameter for MLOCK +%c must be a different channel.
1069 CHAN_SET_MLOCK_REQUIRES
1070 MLOCK +%c requires MLOCK +%c to be set as well.
1071 CHAN_SET_MLOCK_BAD_PARAM
1072 Invalid parameter for MLOCK +%c.
1073 CHAN_SET_MLOCK_UNKNOWN_CHAR
1074 Unknown mode character %c ignored.
1075 CHAN_SET_MLOCK_CANNOT_LOCK
1076 Mode %c cannot be locked.
1077 CHAN_MLOCK_CHANGED
1078 Mode lock on channel %s changed to %s.
1079 CHAN_MLOCK_REMOVED
1080 Mode lock on channel %s removed.
1081
1082 # SET HIDE responses
1083 CHAN_SET_HIDE_SYNTAX
1084 SET channel HIDE {EMAIL | TOPIC | MLOCK} {ON | OFF}
1085 CHAN_SET_HIDE_EMAIL_ON
1086 Channel %s E-mail address will now be hidden from %s INFO displays.
1087 CHAN_SET_HIDE_EMAIL_OFF
1088 Channel %s E-mail address will now be shown in %s INFO displays.
1089 CHAN_SET_HIDE_TOPIC_ON
1090 Channel %s topic will now be hidden from %s INFO displays.
1091 CHAN_SET_HIDE_TOPIC_OFF
1092 Channel %s topic will now be shown in %s INFO displays.
1093 CHAN_SET_HIDE_MLOCK_ON
1094 Channel %s mode lock will now be hidden from %s INFO displays.
1095 CHAN_SET_HIDE_MLOCK_OFF
1096 Channel %s mode lock will now be shown in %s INFO displays.
1097
1098 # SET KEEPTOPIC responses
1099 CHAN_SET_KEEPTOPIC_SYNTAX
1100 SET channel KEEPTOPIC {ON | OFF}
1101 CHAN_SET_KEEPTOPIC_ON
1102 Topic retention option is now ON.
1103 CHAN_SET_KEEPTOPIC_OFF
1104 Topic retention option is now OFF.
1105
1106 # SET TOPICLOCK responses
1107 CHAN_SET_TOPICLOCK_SYNTAX
1108 SET channel TOPICLOCK {ON | OFF}
1109 CHAN_SET_TOPICLOCK_ON
1110 Topic lock option is now ON.
1111 CHAN_SET_TOPICLOCK_OFF
1112 Topic lock option is now OFF.
1113
1114 # SET PRIVATE responses
1115 CHAN_SET_PRIVATE_SYNTAX
1116 SET channel PRIVATE {ON | OFF}
1117 CHAN_SET_PRIVATE_ON
1118 Private option is now ON.
1119 CHAN_SET_PRIVATE_OFF
1120 Private option is now OFF.
1121
1122 # SET SECUREOPS responses
1123 CHAN_SET_SECUREOPS_SYNTAX
1124 SET channel SECUREOPS {ON | OFF}
1125 CHAN_SET_SECUREOPS_ON
1126 Secure ops option is now ON.
1127 CHAN_SET_SECUREOPS_OFF
1128 Secure ops option is now OFF.
1129
1130 # SET LEAVEOPS responses
1131 CHAN_SET_LEAVEOPS_SYNTAX
1132 SET channel LEAVEOPS {ON | OFF}
1133 CHAN_SET_LEAVEOPS_ON
1134 Leave ops option is now ON.
1135 CHAN_SET_LEAVEOPS_OFF
1136 Leave ops option is now OFF.
1137
1138 # SET RESTRICTED responses
1139 CHAN_SET_RESTRICTED_SYNTAX
1140 SET channel RESTRICTED {ON | OFF}
1141 CHAN_SET_RESTRICTED_ON
1142 Restricted access option is now ON.
1143 CHAN_SET_RESTRICTED_OFF
1144 Restricted access option is now OFF.
1145
1146 # SET SECURE responses
1147 CHAN_SET_SECURE_SYNTAX
1148 SET channel SECURE {ON | OFF}
1149 CHAN_SET_SECURE_ON
1150 Secure option is now ON.
1151 CHAN_SET_SECURE_OFF
1152 Secure option is now OFF.
1153
1154 # SET OPNOTICE responses
1155 CHAN_SET_OPNOTICE_SYNTAX
1156 SET channel OPNOTICE {ON | OFF}
1157 CHAN_SET_OPNOTICE_ON
1158 Op-notice option is now ON.
1159 CHAN_SET_OPNOTICE_OFF
1160 Op-notice option is now OFF.
1161
1162 # SET ENFORCE responses
1163 CHAN_SET_ENFORCE_SYNTAX
1164 SET channel ENFORCE {ON | OFF}
1165 CHAN_SET_ENFORCE_ON
1166 Enforce option is now ON.
1167 CHAN_SET_ENFORCE_OFF
1168 Enforce option is now OFF.
1169
1170 # SET MEMO-RESTRICTED responses
1171 CHAN_SET_MEMO_RESTRICTED_SYNTAX
1172 SET channel MEMO-RESTRICTED {ON | OFF}
1173 CHAN_SET_MEMO_RESTRICTED_ON
1174 Restricted memo option is now ON.
1175 CHAN_SET_MEMO_RESTRICTED_OFF
1176 Restricted memo option is now OFF.
1177
1178 # SET NOEXPIRE responses
1179 CHAN_SET_NOEXPIRE_SYNTAX
1180 SET channel NOEXPIRE {ON | OFF}
1181 CHAN_SET_NOEXPIRE_ON
1182 Channel %s will not expire.
1183 CHAN_SET_NOEXPIRE_OFF
1184 Channel %s will expire.
1185
1186 # UNSET responses
1187 CHAN_UNSET_SYNTAX
1188 UNSET channel {SUCCESSOR | URL | EMAIL | ENTRYMSG}
1189 CHAN_SUCCESSOR_UNSET
1190 Successor for %s unset.
1191 CHAN_URL_UNSET
1192 URL for %s unset.
1193 CHAN_EMAIL_UNSET
1194 E-mail address for %s unset.
1195 CHAN_ENTRY_MSG_UNSET
1196 Entry message for %s unset.
1197
1198 # ACCESS messages
1199 CHAN_ACCESS_SYNTAX
1200 ACCESS channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | LISTLEVEL | COUNT} [parameters]
1201 CHAN_ACCESS_ADD_SYNTAX
1202 ACCESS channel ADD nickname level
1203 CHAN_ACCESS_DEL_SYNTAX
1204 ACCESS channel DEL nickname
1205 CHAN_ACCESS_LIST_SYNTAX
1206 ACCESS channel LIST [+start] [mask]
1207 CHAN_ACCESS_LISTLEVEL_SYNTAX
1208 ACCESS channel LISTLEVEL [+start] level
1209 CHAN_ACCESS_COUNT_SYNTAX
1210 ACCESS channel COUNT
1211 CHAN_ACCESS_DISABLED
1212 Sorry, channel access list modification is temporarily disabled.
1213 CHAN_ACCESS_LEVEL_NONZERO
1214 Access level must be non-zero.
1215 CHAN_ACCESS_LEVEL_RANGE
1216 Access level must be between %d and %d inclusive.
1217 CHAN_ACCESS_NICKS_ONLY
1218 Channel access lists may only contain registered nicknames.
1219 CHAN_ACCESS_NOOP
1220 %s cannot be added to channel access lists.
1221 CHAN_ACCESS_REACHED_LIMIT
1222 Sorry, you can only have %d access entries on a channel.
1223 CHAN_ACCESS_LEVEL_UNCHANGED
1224 Access level for %s on %s unchanged from %d.
1225 CHAN_ACCESS_LEVEL_CHANGED
1226 Access level for %s on %s changed to %d.
1227 CHAN_ACCESS_ADDED
1228 %s added to %s access list at level %d.
1229 CHAN_ACCESS_NOT_FOUND
1230 %s not found on %s access list.
1231 CHAN_ACCESS_DELETED
1232 %s deleted from %s access list.
1233 CHAN_ACCESS_LIST_EMPTY
1234 %s access list is empty.
1235 CHAN_ACCESS_NO_MATCH
1236 No matching entries on %s access list.
1237 CHAN_ACCESS_LIST_HEADER
1238 Access list for %s:
1239 Level Nickname
1240 CHAN_ACCESS_LIST_FORMAT
1241 %4d %s
1242 CHAN_ACCESS_COUNT
1243 The %s access list has %d entries.
1244
1245 # XOP (SOP/AOP/etc.) responses
1246 CHAN_SOP_SYNTAX
1247 SOP channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | COUNT} [parameters]
1248 CHAN_AOP_SYNTAX
1249 AOP channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | COUNT} [parameters]
1250 CHAN_HOP_SYNTAX
1251 HOP channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | COUNT} [parameters]
1252 CHAN_VOP_SYNTAX
1253 VOP channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | COUNT} [parameters]
1254 CHAN_NOP_SYNTAX
1255 NOP channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | COUNT} [parameters]
1256 CHAN_SOP_LIST_SYNTAX
1257 SOP channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | COUNT} [+start] [mask]
1258 CHAN_AOP_LIST_SYNTAX
1259 AOP channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | COUNT} [+start] [mask]
1260 CHAN_HOP_LIST_SYNTAX
1261 HOP channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | COUNT} [+start] [mask]
1262 CHAN_VOP_LIST_SYNTAX
1263 VOP channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | COUNT} [+start] [mask]
1264 CHAN_NOP_LIST_SYNTAX
1265 NOP channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | COUNT} [+start] [mask]
1266 CHAN_XOP_ADDED
1267 %s added to %s %s list.
1268 CHAN_XOP_LEVEL_CHANGED
1269 %s moved to %s %s list.
1270 CHAN_XOP_LEVEL_UNCHANGED
1271 %s is already on the %s %s list.
1272 CHAN_XOP_NICKS_ONLY
1273 SOP, AOP, VOP, and NOP lists may only contain registered nicknames.
1274 CHAN_XOP_NOOP
1275 %s cannot be added to channel access lists.
1276 CHAN_XOP_NICKS_ONLY_HOP
1277 SOP, AOP, HOP, VOP, and NOP lists may only contain registered nicknames.
1278 CHAN_XOP_REACHED_LIMIT
1279 Sorry, the number of entries on your SOP, AOP, VOP, and NOP lists may not total more than %d entries. Limit exceeded.
1280 CHAN_XOP_REACHED_LIMIT_HOP
1281 Sorry, the number of entries on your SOP, AOP, HOP, VOP, and NOP lists may not total more than %d entries. Limit exceeded.
1282 CHAN_XOP_NOT_FOUND
1283 %s not found on %s %s list.
1284 CHAN_XOP_DELETED
1285 %s deleted from %s %s list.
1286 CHAN_XOP_LIST_EMPTY
1287 %s %s list is empty.
1288 CHAN_XOP_NO_MATCH
1289 No matching entries on %s %s list.
1290 CHAN_XOP_LIST_HEADER
1291 %s list for %s:
1292 CHAN_XOP_COUNT
1293 The %s %s list has %d entries.
1294
1295 # AKICK responses
1296 CHAN_AKICK_SYNTAX
1297 AKICK channel {ADD | DEL | LIST | VIEW | COUNT | ENFORCE} [parameters]
1298 CHAN_AKICK_LIST_SYNTAX
1299 AKICK channel LIST [+start] [mask]
1300 CHAN_AKICK_VIEW_SYNTAX
1301 AKICK channel VIEW [+start] [mask]
1302 CHAN_AKICK_DISABLED
1303 Sorry, channel autokick list modification is temporarily disabled.
1304 CHAN_AKICK_ALREADY_EXISTS
1305 %s already exists on %s autokick list.
1306 CHAN_AKICK_REACHED_LIMIT
1307 Sorry, you can only have %d autokick masks on a channel.
1308 CHAN_AKICK_ADDED
1309 %s added to %s autokick list.
1310 CHAN_AKICK_NOT_FOUND
1311 %s not found on %s autokick list.
1312 CHAN_AKICK_DELETED
1313 %s deleted from %s autokick list.
1314 CHAN_AKICK_LIST_EMPTY
1315 %s autokick list is empty.
1316 CHAN_AKICK_NO_MATCH
1317 No matching entries on %s autokick list.
1318 CHAN_AKICK_LIST_HEADER
1319 Autokick list for %s:
1320 # mask, set-by, set-time, last-used, reason
1321 CHAN_AKICK_VIEW_FORMAT
1322 %s (by %s on %s; last used %s)
1323 %s
1324 # mask, set-by, set-time, reason
1325 CHAN_AKICK_VIEW_UNUSED_FORMAT
1326 %s (by %s on %s; never used)
1327 %s
1328 CHAN_AKICK_COUNT
1329 %s has %d entries on its AKICK list.
1330 CHAN_AKICK_ENFORCE_DONE
1331 AKICK ENFORCE for %s complete; %d users were affected.
1332
1333 # LEVELS responses
1334 CHAN_LEVELS_SYNTAX
1335 LEVELS channel {SET | DIS[ABLE] | LIST | RESET} [item [level]]
1336 CHAN_LEVELS_READONLY
1337 Sorry, channel privilege level modification is currently disabled.
1338 CHAN_LEVELS_RANGE
1339 Level must be between %d and %d inclusive.
1340 CHAN_LEVELS_CHANGED
1341 Level for %s on channel %s changed to %d.
1342 CHAN_LEVELS_UNKNOWN
1343 Setting %s not known. Type /msg %s HELP LEVELS DESC for a list of valid settings.
1344 CHAN_LEVELS_DISABLED
1345 %s disabled on channel %s.
1346 CHAN_LEVELS_LIST_HEADER
1347 Privilege level settings for channel %s:
1348 CHAN_LEVELS_LIST_DISABLED
1349 %-*s (disabled)
1350 CHAN_LEVELS_LIST_FOUNDER
1351 %-*s (founder only)
1352 CHAN_LEVELS_LIST_NORMAL
1353 %-*s %4d
1354 CHAN_LEVELS_RESET
1355 Privilege level settings for channel %s reset to defaults.
1356
1357 # INFO responses
1358 CHAN_INFO_SYNTAX
1359 INFO channel [ALL]
1360 CHAN_INFO_HEADER
1361 Information for channel %s:
1362 CHAN_INFO_FOUNDER
1363 Founder: %s
1364 CHAN_INFO_SUCCESSOR
1365 Successor: %s
1366 CHAN_INFO_DESCRIPTION
1367 Description: %s
1368 CHAN_INFO_ENTRYMSG
1369 Entry message: %s
1370 CHAN_INFO_TIME_REGGED
1371 Registered: %s
1372 CHAN_INFO_LAST_USED
1373 Last used: %s
1374 CHAN_INFO_LAST_TOPIC
1375 Last topic: %s
1376 CHAN_INFO_TOPIC_SET_BY
1377 Topic set by: %s
1378 CHAN_INFO_URL
1379 URL: %s
1380 CHAN_INFO_EMAIL
1381 E-mail address: %s
1382 CHAN_INFO_OPTIONS
1383 Options: %s
1384 CHAN_INFO_OPT_PRIVATE
1385 Private
1386 CHAN_INFO_OPT_KEEPTOPIC
1387 Topic Retention
1388 CHAN_INFO_OPT_TOPICLOCK
1389 Topic Lock
1390 CHAN_INFO_OPT_SECUREOPS
1391 Secure Ops
1392 CHAN_INFO_OPT_LEAVEOPS
1393 Leave Ops
1394 CHAN_INFO_OPT_RESTRICTED
1395 Restricted Access
1396 CHAN_INFO_OPT_SECURE
1397 Secure
1398 CHAN_INFO_OPT_OPNOTICE
1399 Op-Notice
1400 CHAN_INFO_OPT_ENFORCE
1401 Enforce
1402 CHAN_INFO_OPT_MEMO_RESTRICTED
1403 Restricted Memos
1404 CHAN_INFO_OPT_NONE
1405 None
1406 CHAN_INFO_MODE_LOCK
1407 Mode lock: %s
1408 CHAN_INFO_NO_EXPIRE
1409 This channel will not expire.
1410 CHAN_INFO_SUSPEND_DETAILS
1411 Suspended by %s on %s (%s).
1412 CHAN_INFO_SUSPEND_REASON
1413 Reason: %s
1414 CHAN_INFO_SHOW_ALL
1415 For more information, type: /msg %s INFO %s ALL
1416
1417 # LIST responses
1418 CHAN_LIST_SYNTAX
1419 LIST [+start] pattern
1420 CHAN_LIST_OPER_SYNTAX
1421 LIST [+start] pattern [FORBIDDEN] [NOEXPIRE] [SUSPENDED]
1422 CHAN_LIST_HEADER
1423 List of entries matching %s:
1424 CHAN_LIST_NO_MATCH
1425 No matching channels found.
1426
1427 # INVITE responses
1428 CHAN_INVITE_SYNTAX
1429 INVITE channel
1430 CHAN_INVITE_OK
1431 Inviting %s to channel %s.
1432
1433 # OP/DEOP/VOICE/DEVOICE responses
1434 CHAN_OPVOICE_SYNTAX
1435 %s channel [nickname]
1436 CHAN_OP_SUCCEEDED
1437 Opped %s on channel %s.
1438 CHAN_OP_ALREADY
1439 %s is already opped on channel %s.
1440 CHAN_OP_FAILED
1441 Unable to op %s on channel %s.
1442 CHAN_DEOP_SUCCEEDED
1443 Deopped %s on channel %s.
1444 CHAN_DEOP_ALREADY
1445 %s is already deopped on channel %s.
1446 CHAN_DEOP_FAILED
1447 Unable to deop %s on channel %s.
1448 CHAN_VOICE_SUCCEEDED
1449 Voiced %s on channel %s.
1450 CHAN_VOICE_ALREADY
1451 %s is already voiced on channel %s.
1452 CHAN_VOICE_FAILED
1453 Unable to voice %s on channel %s.
1454 CHAN_DEVOICE_SUCCEEDED
1455 Devoiced %s on channel %s.
1456 CHAN_DEVOICE_ALREADY
1457 %s is already devoiced on channel %s.
1458 CHAN_DEVOICE_FAILED
1459 Unable to devoice %s on channel %s.
1460 CHAN_HALFOP_SUCCEEDED
1461 Halfopped %s on channel %s.
1462 CHAN_HALFOP_ALREADY
1463 %s is already halfopped on channel %s.
1464 CHAN_HALFOP_FAILED
1465 Unable to halfop %s on channel %s.
1466 CHAN_DEHALFOP_SUCCEEDED
1467 Dehalfopped %s on channel %s.
1468 CHAN_DEHALFOP_ALREADY
1469 %s is already dehalfopped on channel %s.
1470 CHAN_DEHALFOP_FAILED
1471 Unable to dehalfop %s on channel %s.
1472 CHAN_PROTECT_SUCCEEDED
1473 Protected %s on channel %s.
1474 CHAN_PROTECT_ALREADY
1475 %s is already protected on channel %s.
1476 CHAN_PROTECT_FAILED
1477 Unable to protect %s on channel %s.
1478 CHAN_DEPROTECT_SUCCEEDED
1479 Deprotected %s on channel %s.
1480 CHAN_DEPROTECT_ALREADY
1481 %s is already deprotected on channel %s.
1482 CHAN_DEPROTECT_FAILED
1483 Unable to deprotect %s on channel %s.
1484
1485 # UNBAN responses
1486 CHAN_UNBAN_SYNTAX
1487 UNBAN channel
1488 CHAN_UNBANNED
1489 You have been unbanned from %s.
1490
1491 # KICK responses
1492 CHAN_KICK_SYNTAX
1493 KICK channel nickname [reason]
1494 CHAN_KICK_PROTECTED
1495 %s may not be kicked from channel %s.
1496 CHAN_KICKED
1497 %s kicked from channel %s.
1498
1499 # TOPIC responses
1500 CHAN_TOPIC_SYNTAX
1501 TOPIC channel topic
1502
1503 # CLEAR responses
1504 CHAN_CLEAR_SYNTAX
1505 CLEAR channel what
1506 CHAN_CLEARED_BANS
1507 All bans on channel %s have been removed.
1508 CHAN_CLEARED_EXCEPTIONS
1509 All exceptions on channel %s have been removed.
1510 CHAN_CLEARED_INVITES
1511 All invite masks on channel %s have been removed.
1512 CHAN_CLEARED_MODES
1513 All modes on channel %s have been reset.
1514 CHAN_CLEARED_OPS
1515 Mode +o has been cleared from channel %s.
1516 CHAN_CLEARED_HALFOPS
1517 Mode +h has been cleared from channel %s.
1518 CHAN_CLEARED_VOICES
1519 Mode +v has been cleared from channel %s.
1520 CHAN_CLEARED_USERS
1521 All users have been kicked from channel %s.
1522
1523 # GETPASS responses
1524 CHAN_GETPASS_SYNTAX
1525 GETPASS channel
1526 CHAN_GETPASS_UNAVAILABLE
1527 The GETPASS command cannot be used for channel %s because encryption is in use.
1528 CHAN_GETPASS_PASSWORD_IS
1529 Password for channel %s is %s.
1530
1531 # FORBID responses
1532 CHAN_FORBID_SYNTAX
1533 FORBID channel
1534 CHAN_FORBID_SHORT_CHANNEL
1535 The channel # may not be forbidden.
1536 CHAN_FORBID_SUCCEEDED
1537 Channel %s is now forbidden.
1538 CHAN_FORBID_FAILED
1539 Couldn't forbid channel %s!
1540
1541 # SUSPEND responses
1542 CHAN_SUSPEND_SYNTAX
1543 SUSPEND [+expiry] channel reason
1544 CHAN_SUSPEND_SUCCEEDED
1545 Channel %s has been suspended.
1546 CHAN_SUSPEND_ALREADY_SUSPENDED
1547 Channel %s is already suspended.
1548
1549 # UNSUSPEND responses
1550 CHAN_UNSUSPEND_SYNTAX
1551 UNSUSPEND channel
1552 CHAN_UNSUSPEND_SUCCEEDED
1553 Channel %s has been unsuspended.
1554 CHAN_UNSUSPEND_NOT_SUSPENDED
1555 Channel %s is not suspended.
1556
1557 ###########################################################################
1558 #
1559 # MemoServ messages
1560 #
1561 ###########################################################################
1562
1563 # Automatic messages
1564 MEMO_HAVE_NEW_MEMO
1565 You have 1 new memo.
1566 MEMO_HAVE_NEW_MEMOS
1567 You have %d new memos.
1568 MEMO_TYPE_READ_LAST
1569 Type /msg %s READ LAST to read it.
1570 MEMO_TYPE_READ_NUM
1571 Type /msg %s READ %d to read it.
1572 MEMO_TYPE_LIST_NEW
1573 Type /msg %s LIST NEW to list them.
1574 MEMO_AT_LIMIT
1575 Warning: You have reached your maximum number of memos (%d). You will be unable to receive any new memos until you delete some of your current ones.
1576 MEMO_OVER_LIMIT
1577 Warning: You are over your maximum number of memos (%d). You will be unable to receive any new memos until you delete some of your current ones.
1578 MEMO_NEW_MEMO_ARRIVED
1579 You have a new memo from %s.
1580 Type /msg %s READ %d to read it.
1581 MEMO_NEW_CHAN_MEMO_ARRIVED
1582 You have a new memo from %s for %s.
1583 Type /msg %s READ %d to read it.
1584
1585 # Multi-use responses
1586 MEMO_HAVE_NO_MEMOS
1587 You have no memos.
1588 MEMO_HAVE_NO_NEW_MEMOS
1589 You have no new memos.
1590 MEMO_DOES_NOT_EXIST
1591 Memo %d does not exist!
1592 MEMO_LIST_NOT_FOUND
1593 No matching memos found.
1594
1595 # SEND responses
1596 MEMO_SEND_SYNTAX
1597 SEND {nickname | channel} memo-text
1598 MEMO_SEND_DISABLED
1599 Sorry, memo sending is temporarily disabled.
1600 MEMO_SEND_PLEASE_WAIT
1601 Please wait %s before using the SEND command again.
1602 MEMO_SEND_CHAN_NOT_AVAIL
1603 Sorry, channel memos are not available.
1604 MEMO_X_GETS_NO_MEMOS
1605 %s cannot receive memos.
1606 MEMO_X_HAS_TOO_MANY_MEMOS
1607 %s currently has too many memos and cannot receive more.
1608 MEMO_SENT
1609 Memo sent to %s.
1610 MEMO_SEND_FAILED
1611 Memo could not be sent to %s.
1612
1613 # LIST responses
1614 MEMO_LIST_SYNTAX
1615 LIST [num | list | NEW]
1616 MEMO_LIST_MEMOS
1617 Memos for %s. To read, type: /msg %s READ num
1618 MEMO_LIST_NEW_MEMOS
1619 New memos for %s. To read, type: /msg %s READ num
1620 MEMO_LIST_HEADER
1621 Num Sender Date/Time
1622 MEMO_LIST_FORMAT
1623 %c%c%c%3d %-16s %s
1624
1625 # READ responses
1626 MEMO_READ_SYNTAX
1627 READ {num | list | LAST | NEW}
1628 MEMO_HEADER
1629 Memo %d from %s (%s). To delete, type: /msg %s DEL %d
1630 MEMO_CHAN_HEADER
1631 Memo %d from %s for %s (%s). To delete, type: /msg %s DEL %d
1632
1633 # SAVE responses
1634 MEMO_SAVE_SYNTAX
1635 SAVE {num | list}
1636 MEMO_SAVED_ONE
1637 Memo %d marked non-expiring.
1638 MEMO_SAVED_SEVERAL
1639 %d memos marked non-expiring.
1640
1641 # DEL responses
1642 MEMO_DEL_SYNTAX
1643 DEL {num | list | ALL}
1644 MEMO_DELETED_NONE
1645 No memos were deleted.
1646 MEMO_DELETED_ONE
1647 Memo %d has been deleted.
1648 MEMO_DELETED_SEVERAL
1649 %d memos have been deleted.
1650 MEMO_DELETED_ALL
1651 All of your memos have been deleted.
1652
1653 # RENUMBER responses
1654 MEMO_RENUMBER_ONLY_YOU
1655 You can only use the RENUMBER command on yourself.
1656 MEMO_RENUMBER_DONE
1657 Your memos have been renumbered.
1658
1659 # SET responses
1660 MEMO_SET_SYNTAX
1661 SET option parameters
1662 MEMO_SET_DISABLED
1663 Sorry, memo option setting is temporarily disabled.
1664 MEMO_SET_UNKNOWN_OPTION
1665 Unknown SET option %s.
1666
1667 # SET NOTIFY responses
1668 MEMO_SET_NOTIFY_SYNTAX
1669 SET NOTIFY {ON | LOGON | NEW | OFF}
1670 MEMO_SET_NOTIFY_ON
1671 %s will now notify you of memos when you log on and when they are sent to you.
1672 MEMO_SET_NOTIFY_LOGON
1673 %s will now notify you of memos when you log on or unset /AWAY.
1674 MEMO_SET_NOTIFY_NEW
1675 %s will now notify you of memos when they are sent to you.
1676 MEMO_SET_NOTIFY_OFF
1677 %s will not send you any notification of memos.
1678
1679 # SET LIMIT responses
1680 MEMO_SET_LIMIT_SYNTAX
1681 SET LIMIT limit
1682 MEMO_SET_LIMIT_OPER_SYNTAX
1683 SET LIMIT [nickname] {limit | NONE | DEFAULT} [HARD]
1684 MEMO_SET_YOUR_LIMIT_FORBIDDEN
1685 You are not permitted to change your memo limit.
1686 MEMO_SET_LIMIT_FORBIDDEN
1687 The memo limit for %s may not be changed.
1688 MEMO_SET_YOUR_LIMIT_TOO_HIGH
1689 You cannot set your memo limit higher than %d.
1690 MEMO_SET_LIMIT_TOO_HIGH
1691 You cannot set the memo limit for %s higher than %d.
1692 MEMO_SET_LIMIT_OVERFLOW
1693 Memo limit too large; limiting to %d instead.
1694 MEMO_SET_YOUR_LIMIT
1695 Your memo limit has been set to %d.
1696 MEMO_SET_YOUR_LIMIT_ZERO
1697 You will no longer be able to receive memos.
1698 MEMO_SET_YOUR_LIMIT_DEFAULT
1699 Your memo limit has been set to default (%d).
1700 MEMO_UNSET_YOUR_LIMIT
1701 Your memo limit has been disabled.
1702 MEMO_SET_LIMIT
1703 Memo limit for %s set to %d.
1704 MEMO_SET_LIMIT_ZERO
1705 Memo limit for %s set to 0.
1706 MEMO_SET_LIMIT_DEFAULT
1707 Memo limit for %s set to default (%d).
1708 MEMO_UNSET_LIMIT
1709 Memo limit disabled for %s.
1710
1711 # INFO responses
1712 MEMO_INFO_NO_MEMOS
1713 You currently have no memos.
1714 MEMO_INFO_MEMO
1715 You currently have 1 memo.
1716 MEMO_INFO_MEMO_UNREAD
1717 You currently have 1 memo, and it has not yet been read.
1718 MEMO_INFO_MEMOS
1719 You currently have %d memos.
1720 MEMO_INFO_MEMOS_ONE_UNREAD
1721 You currently have %d memos, of which 1 is unread.
1722 MEMO_INFO_MEMOS_SOME_UNREAD
1723 You currently have %d memos, of which %d are unread.
1724 MEMO_INFO_MEMOS_ALL_UNREAD
1725 You currently have %d memos; all of them are unread.
1726 MEMO_INFO_LIMIT
1727 Your memo limit is %d.
1728 MEMO_INFO_HARD_LIMIT
1729 Your memo limit is %d, and may not be changed.
1730 MEMO_INFO_LIMIT_ZERO
1731 Your memo limit is 0; you will not receive any new memos.
1732 MEMO_INFO_HARD_LIMIT_ZERO
1733 Your memo limit is 0; you will not receive any new memos. You cannot change this limit.
1734 MEMO_INFO_NO_LIMIT
1735 You have no limit on the number of memos you may keep.
1736 MEMO_INFO_NOTIFY_OFF
1737 You will not be notified of new memos.
1738 MEMO_INFO_NOTIFY_ON
1739 You will be notified of new memos at logon and when they arrive.
1740 MEMO_INFO_NOTIFY_RECEIVE
1741 You will be notified when new memos arrive.
1742 MEMO_INFO_NOTIFY_SIGNON
1743 You will be notified of new memos when you log on to IRC.
1744 MEMO_INFO_X_NO_MEMOS
1745 %s currently has no memos.
1746 MEMO_INFO_X_MEMO
1747 %s currently has 1 memo.
1748 MEMO_INFO_X_MEMO_UNREAD
1749 %s currently has 1 memo, and it has not yet been read.
1750 MEMO_INFO_X_MEMOS
1751 %s currently has %d memos.
1752 MEMO_INFO_X_MEMOS_ONE_UNREAD
1753 %s currently has %d memos, of which 1 is unread.
1754 MEMO_INFO_X_MEMOS_SOME_UNREAD
1755 %s currently has %d memos, of which %d are unread.
1756 MEMO_INFO_X_MEMOS_ALL_UNREAD
1757 %s currently has %d memos; all of them are unread.
1758 MEMO_INFO_X_LIMIT
1759 %s's memo limit is %d.
1760 MEMO_INFO_X_HARD_LIMIT
1761 %s's memo limit is %d, and may not be changed.
1762 MEMO_INFO_X_NO_LIMIT
1763 %s has no memo limit.
1764 MEMO_INFO_X_NOTIFY_OFF
1765 %s is not notified of new memos.
1766 MEMO_INFO_X_NOTIFY_ON
1767 %s is notified of new memos at logon and when they arrive.
1768 MEMO_INFO_X_NOTIFY_RECEIVE
1769 %s is notified when new memos arrive.
1770 MEMO_INFO_X_NOTIFY_SIGNON
1771 %s is notified of new memos at logon.
1772
1773 ################ forward module messages/responses
1774
1775 # Mail format
1776 MEMO_FORWARD_MAIL_SUBJECT
1777 Memo for %s
1778 MEMO_FORWARD_MULTIPLE_MAIL_SUBJECT
1779 Memos for %s
1780 MEMO_FORWARD_MAIL_BODY
1781 Memo from %s (%s)
1782 %s
1783 MEMO_FORWARD_CHANMEMO_MAIL_BODY
1784 Memo from %s for %s (%s)
1785 %s
1786
1787 # FORWARD responses
1788 MEMO_FORWARD_SYNTAX
1789 FORWARD {num | list | ALL}
1790 MEMO_FORWARD_NEED_EMAIL
1791 You must set an E-mail address before memos can be forwarded to you.
1792 MEMO_FORWARD_PLEASE_WAIT
1793 Please wait %s before using the FORWARD command again.
1794 MEMO_FORWARD_FAILED
1795 Sorry, forwarding failed.
1796 MEMO_FORWARDED_NONE
1797 No memos were forwarded.
1798 MEMO_FORWARDED_ONE
1799 Memo %d has been forwarded.
1800 MEMO_FORWARDED_SEVERAL
1801 %d memos have been forwarded.
1802 MEMO_FORWARDED_ALL
1803 All of your memos have been forwarded.
1804
1805 # SET FORWARD responses
1806 MEMO_SET_FORWARD_SYNTAX
1807 SET FORWARD {ON | COPY | OFF}
1808 MEMO_SET_FORWARD_ON
1809 Your memos will now be forwarded to your E-mail address: %s
1810 MEMO_SET_FORWARD_COPY
1811 Your memos will now be forwarded to your E-mail address: %s
1812 Your memos will also be saved by Services.
1813 MEMO_SET_FORWARD_OFF
1814 Your memos will not be forwarded to your E-mail address.
1815
1816 ################ ignore module messages/responses
1817
1818 # IGNORE responses
1819 MEMO_IGNORE_SYNTAX
1820 IGNORE {ADD | DEL | LIST} [nickname | mask]
1821 MEMO_IGNORE_ADD_SYNTAX
1822 IGNORE ADD nickname | mask
1823 MEMO_IGNORE_DEL_SYNTAX
1824 IGNORE DEL nickname | mask
1825 MEMO_IGNORE_LIST_FULL
1826 Your ignore list is full.
1827 MEMO_IGNORE_ALREADY_PRESENT
1828 %s already present on your ignore list.
1829 MEMO_IGNORE_ADDED
1830 %s added to your ignore list.
1831 MEMO_IGNORE_NOT_FOUND
1832 %s not found on your ignore list.
1833 MEMO_IGNORE_DELETED
1834 %s deleted from your ignore list.
1835 MEMO_IGNORE_LIST_EMPTY
1836 Your ignore list is empty.
1837 MEMO_IGNORE_LIST
1838 Ignore list:
1839 MEMO_IGNORE_LIST_X_EMPTY
1840 Ignore list for %s is empty.
1841 MEMO_IGNORE_LIST_X
1842 Ignore list for %s:
1843
1844 ###########################################################################
1845 #
1846 # OperServ messages
1847 #
1848 ###########################################################################
1849
1850 # General messages
1851 OPER_BOUNCY_MODES
1852 Services is unable to change modes. Are your servers configured correctly?
1853 OPER_BOUNCY_MODES_U_LINE
1854 Services is unable to change modes. Are your servers' U:lines configured correctly?
1855
1856 # GLOBAL responses
1857 OPER_GLOBAL_SYNTAX
1858 GLOBAL message
1859
1860 # STATS responses
1861 OPER_STATS_UNKNOWN_OPTION
1862 Unknown STATS option %s.
1863 OPER_STATS_RESET_USER_COUNT
1864 The maximum user count has been reset.
1865
1866 OPER_STATS_CURRENT_USERS
1867 Current users: %d (%d ops)
1868 OPER_STATS_MAX_USERS
1869 Maximum users: %d (%s)
1870 # Parameters: days, STR_DAYS or STR_DAY, hours, minutes
1871 OPER_STATS_UPTIME_DHM
1872 Services up %d%s, %02d:%02d
1873 # If >= 1 hour, hours and minutes; if < 1 hour, minutes and seconds
1874 OPER_STATS_UPTIME_HM_MS
1875 Services up %s
1876
1877 OPER_STATS_KBYTES_READ
1878 Data received: %10u kB
1879 OPER_STATS_KBYTES_WRITTEN
1880 Data sent: %10u kB
1881 OPER_STATS_NETBUF_SOCK
1882 Server socket buffers: %5u kB
1883 OPER_STATS_NETBUF_SOCK_PERCENT
1884 Server socket buffers: %5u kB (%d%%)
1885 OPER_STATS_NETBUF_TOTAL
1886 Total socket buffers: %5u kB
1887 OPER_STATS_NETBUF_TOTAL_PERCENT
1888 Total socket buffers: %5u kB (%d%%)
1889
1890 OPER_STATS_ALL_USER_MEM
1891 Users : %6d records, %5d kB
1892 OPER_STATS_ALL_CHANNEL_MEM
1893 Channels : %6d records, %5d kB
1894 OPER_STATS_ALL_SERVER_MEM
1895 Servers : %6d records, %5d kB
1896 OPER_STATS_ALL_NICKGROUPINFO_MEM
1897 Nickgroups: %6d records, %5d kB
1898 OPER_STATS_ALL_NICKINFO_MEM
1899 Nicknames : %6d records, %5d kB
1900 OPER_STATS_ALL_CHANSERV_MEM
1901 ChanServ : %6d records, %5d kB
1902 OPER_STATS_ALL_STATSERV_MEM
1903 StatServ : %6d records, %5d kB
1904 OPER_STATS_ALL_NEWS_MEM
1905 News : %6d records, %5d kB
1906 OPER_STATS_ALL_AKILL_MEM
1907 Autokills : %6d records, %5d kB
1908 OPER_STATS_ALL_EXCEPTION_MEM
1909 Exceptions: %6d records, %5d kB
1910 OPER_STATS_ALL_SGLINE_MEM
1911 SGlines : %6d records, %5d kB
1912 OPER_STATS_ALL_SQLINE_MEM
1913 SQlines : %6d records, %5d kB
1914 OPER_STATS_ALL_SZLINE_MEM
1915 SZlines : %6d records, %5d kB
1916 OPER_STATS_ALL_SESSION_MEM
1917 Sessions : %6d records, %5d kB
1918
1919 # GETKEY responses
1920 OPER_GETKEY_SYNTAX
1921 GETKEY channel
1922 OPER_GETKEY_KEY_IS
1923 The key for channel %s is: %s
1924 OPER_GETKEY_NO_KEY
1925 Channel %s has no key set.
1926
1927 # MODE responses
1928 OPER_MODE_SYNTAX
1929 MODE channel modes
1930
1931 # CLEARMODES responses
1932 OPER_CLEARMODES_SYNTAX
1933 CLEARMODES channel [ALL]
1934 OPER_CLEARMODES_DONE
1935 All channel modes cleared from channel %s.
1936 OPER_CLEARMODES_ALL_DONE
1937 All channel and user modes cleared from channel %s.
1938
1939 # CLEARCHAN responses
1940 OPER_CLEARCHAN_SYNTAX
1941 CLEARCHAN channel
1942 OPER_CLEARCHAN_DONE
1943 All users removed from channel %s.
1944
1945 # KICK responses
1946 OPER_KICK_SYNTAX
1947 KICK channel user reason
1948
1949 # ADMIN responses
1950 OPER_ADMIN_SYNTAX
1951 ADMIN {ADD | DEL | LIST} [nickname]
1952 OPER_ADMIN_ADD_SYNTAX
1953 ADMIN ADD nickname
1954 OPER_ADMIN_DEL_SYNTAX
1955 ADMIN DEL nickname
1956 OPER_ADMIN_NO_NICKSERV
1957 NickServ is currently disabled; the ADMIN command is unavailable.
1958 OPER_ADMIN_EXISTS
1959 %s already exists on the Services admin list.
1960 OPER_ADMIN_ADDED
1961 %s added to the Services admin list.
1962 OPER_ADMIN_TOO_MANY
1963 Too many entries (%d) on the Services admin list; cannot add more.
1964 OPER_ADMIN_REMOVED
1965 %s removed from the Services admin list.
1966 OPER_ADMIN_NOT_FOUND
1967 %s not found on the Services admin list.
1968 OPER_ADMIN_LIST_HEADER
1969 Services admin list:
1970
1971 # OPER responses
1972 OPER_OPER_SYNTAX
1973 OPER {ADD | DEL | LIST} [nickname]
1974 OPER_OPER_ADD_SYNTAX
1975 OPER ADD nickname
1976 OPER_OPER_DEL_SYNTAX
1977 OPER DEL nickname
1978 OPER_OPER_NO_NICKSERV
1979 NickServ is currently disabled; the OPER command is unavailable.
1980 OPER_OPER_EXISTS
1981 %s already exists on the Services operator list.
1982 OPER_OPER_ADDED
1983 %s added to the Services operator list.
1984 OPER_OPER_TOO_MANY
1985 Too many entries (%d) on the Services operator list; cannot add more.
1986 OPER_OPER_REMOVED
1987 %s removed from the Services operator list.
1988 OPER_OPER_NOT_FOUND
1989 %s not found on the Services operator list.
1990 OPER_OPER_LIST_HEADER
1991 Services operator list:
1992
1993 # AKILL/EXCLUDE/SxLINE common responses
1994 OPER_MASKDATA_SYNTAX
1995 %s {ADD | DEL | CLEAR | LIST | VIEW | CHECK | COUNT} [parameters]
1996 OPER_MASKDATA_ADD_SYNTAX
1997 %s ADD [+expiry] mask reason
1998 OPER_MASKDATA_DEL_SYNTAX
1999 %s DEL mask
2000 OPER_MASKDATA_CLEAR_SYNTAX
2001 %s CLEAR ALL
2002 OPER_MASKDATA_LIST_SYNTAX
2003 %s {LIST | VIEW} [+start] [pattern] [NOEXPIRE]
2004 OPER_MASKDATA_CHECK_SYNTAX
2005 %s CHECK mask
2006 # mask, reason
2007 OPER_MASKDATA_LIST_FORMAT
2008 %-32s %s
2009 # mask, set-by, set-time, last-used, expires, reason
2010 OPER_MASKDATA_VIEW_FORMAT
2011 %s (by %s on %s, last used %s; %s)
2012 %s
2013 # mask, set-by, set-time, expires, reason
2014 OPER_MASKDATA_VIEW_UNUSED_FORMAT
2015 %s (by %s on %s, never used; %s)
2016 %s
2017
2018 # AKILL responses
2019 OPER_TOO_MANY_AKILLS
2020 Autokill list is full!
2021 OPER_AKILL_EXISTS
2022 %s already exists on autokill list.
2023 OPER_AKILL_NO_NICK
2024 Notice: Autokill masks cannot contain nicknames; make sure you have not included a nickname portion in your mask.
2025 OPER_AKILL_MASK_TOO_GENERAL
2026 The autokill mask is too general.
2027 OPER_AKILL_EXPIRY_LIMITED
2028 You may only set an expiration time up to %s.
2029 OPER_AKILL_ADDED
2030 %s added to autokill list.
2031 OPER_AKILL_REMOVED
2032 %s removed from autokill list.
2033 OPER_AKILL_CLEARED
2034 The autokill list has been cleared.
2035 OPER_AKILL_NOT_FOUND
2036 %s not found on autokill list.
2037 OPER_AKILL_LIST_HEADER
2038 Current autokill list:
2039 OPER_AKILL_LIST_EMPTY
2040 The autokill list is empty.
2041 OPER_AKILL_LIST_NO_MATCH
2042 No matching masks found on the autokill list.
2043 OPER_AKILL_CHECK_NO_MATCH
2044 No masks matching %s found on the autokill list.
2045 OPER_AKILL_CHECK_HEADER
2046 Masks matching %s on the autokill list:
2047 OPER_AKILL_CHECK_TRAILER
2048 %d matching masks found.
2049 OPER_AKILL_COUNT
2050 There are %d host masks on the autokill list.
2051
2052 # AKILLCHAN responses
2053 OPER_AKILLCHAN_SYNTAX
2054 AKILLCHAN [KILL] [+expiry] channel reason
2055 OPER_AKILLCHAN_AKILLED
2056 %d users autokilled.
2057 OPER_AKILLCHAN_KILLED
2058 %d users killed.
2059 OPER_AKILLCHAN_AKILLED_ONE
2060 1 user autokilled.
2061 OPER_AKILLCHAN_KILLED_ONE
2062 1 user killed.
2063
2064 # EXCLUDE responses
2065 OPER_TOO_MANY_EXCLUDES
2066 Autokill exclusion list is full!
2067 OPER_EXCLUDE_EXISTS
2068 %s already exists on autokill exclusion list.
2069 OPER_EXCLUDE_ADDED
2070 %s added to autokill exclusion list.
2071 OPER_EXCLUDE_REMOVED
2072 %s removed from autokill exclusion list.
2073 OPER_EXCLUDE_CLEARED
2074 The autokill exclusion list has been cleared.
2075 OPER_EXCLUDE_NOT_FOUND
2076 %s not found on autokill exclusion list.
2077 OPER_EXCLUDE_LIST_HEADER
2078 Current autokill exclusion list:
2079 OPER_EXCLUDE_LIST_EMPTY
2080 The autokill exclusion list is empty.
2081 OPER_EXCLUDE_LIST_NO_MATCH
2082 No matching masks found on the autokill exclusion list.
2083 OPER_EXCLUDE_CHECK_NO_MATCH
2084 No masks matching %s found on the autokill exclusion list.
2085 OPER_EXCLUDE_CHECK_HEADER
2086 Masks matching %s on the autokill exclusion list:
2087 OPER_EXCLUDE_CHECK_TRAILER
2088 %d matching masks found.
2089 OPER_EXCLUDE_COUNT
2090 There are %d host masks on the autokill exclusion list.
2091
2092 # SxLINE responses
2093 OPER_TOO_MANY_SLINES
2094 %s list is full!
2095 OPER_SLINE_EXISTS
2096 %s already exists on %s list.
2097 OPER_SLINE_MASK_TOO_GENERAL
2098 The %s mask is too general.
2099 OPER_SLINE_ADDED
2100 %s added to %s list.
2101 OPER_SLINE_REMOVED
2102 %s removed from %s list.
2103 OPER_SLINE_CLEARED
2104 The %s list has been cleared.
2105 OPER_SLINE_NOT_FOUND
2106 %s not found on %s list.
2107 OPER_SLINE_LIST_HEADER
2108 Current %s list:
2109 OPER_SLINE_LIST_EMPTY
2110 The %s list is empty.
2111 OPER_SLINE_LIST_NO_MATCH
2112 No matching masks found on the %s list.
2113 OPER_SLINE_CHECK_NO_MATCH
2114 No masks matching %s found on the %s list.
2115 OPER_SLINE_CHECK_HEADER
2116 Masks matching %s on the %s list:
2117 OPER_SLINE_CHECK_TRAILER
2118 %d matching masks found.
2119 OPER_SLINE_COUNT
2120 There are %d entries on the %s list.
2121 OPER_SZLINE_NOT_AVAIL
2122 SZLINE is not available with this IRC server.
2123
2124 # SU responses
2125 OPER_SU_SYNTAX
2126 SU password
2127 OPER_SU_NO_PASSWORD
2128 The SU command is unavailable because no super-user password has been set.
2129 OPER_SU_SUCCEEDED
2130 You now have Services super-user privileges.
2131 OPER_SU_FAILED
2132 Unable to verify password.
2133
2134 # SET responses
2135 OPER_SET_SYNTAX
2136 SET option setting
2137 OPER_SET_IGNORE_ON
2138 Ignore code will be used.
2139 OPER_SET_IGNORE_OFF
2140 Ignore code will not be used.
2141 OPER_SET_IGNORE_ERROR
2142 Setting for IGNORE must be ON or OFF.
2143 OPER_SET_READONLY_ON
2144 Services is now in read-only mode.
2145 OPER_SET_READONLY_OFF
2146 Services is now in read-write mode.
2147 OPER_SET_READONLY_ERROR
2148 Setting for READONLY must be ON or OFF.
2149 OPER_SET_DEBUG_ON
2150 Services is now in debug mode.
2151 OPER_SET_DEBUG_OFF
2152 Services is now in non-debug mode.
2153 OPER_SET_DEBUG_LEVEL
2154 Services is now in debug mode (level %d).
2155 OPER_SET_DEBUG_ERROR
2156 Setting for DEBUG must be ON, OFF, or a positive number.
2157 OPER_SET_SUPASS_FAILED
2158 Unable to set Services super-user password.
2159 OPER_SET_SUPASS_OK
2160 Services super-user password has been changed.
2161 OPER_SET_SUPASS_NONE
2162 Services super-user password has been disabled.
2163 OPER_SET_UNKNOWN_OPTION
2164 Unknown option %s.
2165
2166 # JUPE responses
2167 OPER_JUPE_SYNTAX
2168 JUPE servername [reason]
2169 OPER_JUPE_INVALID_NAME
2170 Invalid server name (server names must contain a period).
2171 OPER_JUPE_ALREADY_JUPED
2172 Server %s is already juped.
2173
2174 # RAW responses
2175 OPER_RAW_SYNTAX
2176 RAW text
2177
2178 # UPDATE responses
2179 OPER_UPDATE_SYNTAX
2180 UPDATE [FORCE]
2181 OPER_UPDATE_FORCE_FAILED
2182 Unable to unlock databases.
2183 OPER_UPDATING
2184 Updating databases...
2185 OPER_UPDATE_COMPLETE
2186 Database update complete.
2187 OPER_UPDATE_FAILED
2188 Database update failed.
2189
2190 # REHASH responses
2191 OPER_REHASHING
2192 Re-reading configuration settings.
2193 OPER_REHASHED
2194 All configuration settings successfully updated.
2195 OPER_REHASH_ERROR
2196 An error occurred while re-reading configuration settings. Please check the Services log file for details.
2197
2198 # KILLCLONES responses
2199 OPER_KILLCLONES_SYNTAX
2200 KILLCLONES nickname
2201 OPER_KILLCLONES_UNKNOWN_NICK
2202 Could not find user %s.
2203 OPER_KILLCLONES_KILLED
2204 %s used KILLCLONES for %s killing %d clones.
2205 OPER_KILLCLONES_KILLED_AKILL
2206 %s used KILLCLONES for %s killing %d clones. A temporary AKILL has been added for %s.
2207
2208
2209 ###########################################################################
2210 #
2211 # Session limiting and exception messages
2212 #
2213 ###########################################################################
2214
2215 # EXCEPTION responses
2216 OPER_EXCEPTION_SYNTAX
2217 EXCEPTION {ADD | DEL | CLEAR | MOVE | LIST | VIEW | CHECK | COUNT} [parameters]
2218 OPER_EXCEPTION_ADD_SYNTAX
2219 EXCEPTION ADD [+expiry] mask limit reason
2220 OPER_EXCEPTION_DEL_SYNTAX
2221 EXCEPTION DEL {mask | list}
2222 OPER_EXCEPTION_CLEAR_SYNTAX
2223 EXCEPTION CLEAR ALL
2224 OPER_EXCEPTION_MOVE_SYNTAX
2225 EXCEPTION MOVE num newnum
2226 OPER_EXCEPTION_LIST_SYNTAX
2227 EXCEPTION {LIST | VIEW} [[+start] pattern | list]
2228 OPER_EXCEPTION_ALREADY_PRESENT
2229 Mask %s already present on exception list.
2230 OPER_EXCEPTION_TOO_MANY
2231 Session-limit exception list is full!
2232 OPER_EXCEPTION_ADDED
2233 Session limit for %s set to %d.
2234 OPER_EXCEPTION_MOVED
2235 Exception for %s (#%d) moved to number %d.
2236 OPER_EXCEPTION_NO_SUCH_ENTRY
2237 No such entry (#%d) session-limit exception list.
2238 OPER_EXCEPTION_NOT_FOUND
2239 %s not found on session-limit exception list.
2240 OPER_EXCEPTION_NO_MATCH
2241 No matching entries on session-limit exception list.
2242 OPER_EXCEPTION_EMPTY
2243 Session-limit exception list is empty.
2244 OPER_EXCEPTION_DELETED
2245 %s deleted from session-limit exception list.
2246 OPER_EXCEPTION_DELETED_ONE
2247 Deleted 1 entry from session-limit exception list.
2248 OPER_EXCEPTION_DELETED_SEVERAL
2249 Deleted %d entries from session-limit exception list.
2250 OPER_EXCEPTION_CLEARED
2251 Session-limit exception list has been cleared.
2252 OPER_EXCEPTION_LIST_HEADER
2253 Current session-limit exception list:
2254 # number, limit, host
2255 OPER_EXCEPTION_LIST_COLHEAD
2256 Num Limit Host
2257 OPER_EXCEPTION_LIST_FORMAT
2258 %3d %4d %s
2259 # number, mask, set-by, set-time, expires, limit, reason
2260 OPER_EXCEPTION_VIEW_FORMAT
2261 %3d. %s (by %s on %s; %s)
2262 Limit: %-4d - %s
2263 OPER_EXCEPTION_CHECK_SYNTAX
2264 EXCEPTION CHECK mask
2265 OPER_EXCEPTION_CHECK_NO_MATCH
2266 No masks matching %s found on the session-limit exception list.
2267 OPER_EXCEPTION_CHECK_HEADER
2268 Masks matching %s on the session-limit exception list:
2269 OPER_EXCEPTION_CHECK_TRAILER
2270 %d matching masks found.
2271 OPER_EXCEPTION_COUNT
2272 There are %d entries on the session-limit exception list.
2273 OPER_EXCEPTION_INVALID_LIMIT
2274 Invalid session limit; limit must be at least zero and no greater than %d.
2275 OPER_EXCEPTION_INVALID_HOSTMASK
2276 Invalid hostmask. Only real hostmasks are valid as exceptions are not matched against nicknames or usernames.
2277
2278 # SESSION responses
2279 OPER_SESSION_SYNTAX
2280 SESSION {LIST limit | VIEW host}
2281 OPER_SESSION_LIST_SYNTAX
2282 SESSION LIST limit
2283 OPER_SESSION_VIEW_SYNTAX
2284 SESSION VIEW host
2285 OPER_SESSION_INVALID_THRESHOLD
2286 Invalid threshold value; threshold must be an integer greater than 1.
2287 OPER_SESSION_NOT_FOUND
2288 %s not found on session list.
2289 OPER_SESSION_LIST_HEADER
2290 Hosts with at least %d sessions:
2291 OPER_SESSION_LIST_COLHEAD
2292 Sessions Host
2293 # limit, host
2294 OPER_SESSION_LIST_FORMAT
2295 %6d %s
2296 # host, sessions, limit
2297 OPER_SESSION_VIEW_FORMAT
2298 The host %s currently has %d sessions with a limit of %d.
2299
2300
2301 ###########################################################################
2302 #
2303 # News system messages
2304 #
2305 ###########################################################################
2306
2307 NEWS_LOGON_TEXT
2308 [Logon News - %s] %s
2309 NEWS_OPER_TEXT
2310 [Oper News - %s] %s
2311
2312 NEWS_LOGON_SYNTAX
2313 LOGONNEWS {ADD | DEL | LIST} [text | num]
2314 NEWS_LOGON_LIST_HEADER
2315 Logon news items:
2316 NEWS_LOGON_LIST_ENTRY
2317 %5d (%s by %s)
2318 %s
2319 NEWS_LOGON_LIST_NONE
2320 There is no logon news.
2321 NEWS_LOGON_ADD_SYNTAX
2322 LOGONNEWS ADD text
2323 NEWS_LOGON_ADD_FULL
2324 News list is full!
2325 NEWS_LOGON_ADDED
2326 Added new logon news item (#%d).
2327 NEWS_LOGON_DEL_SYNTAX
2328 LOGONNEWS DEL {num | ALL}
2329 NEWS_LOGON_DEL_NOT_FOUND
2330 Logon news item #%d not found!
2331 NEWS_LOGON_DELETED
2332 Logon news item #%d deleted.
2333 NEWS_LOGON_DEL_NONE
2334 No logon news items to delete!
2335 NEWS_LOGON_DELETED_ALL
2336 All logon news items deleted.
2337
2338 NEWS_OPER_SYNTAX
2339 OPERNEWS {ADD | DEL | LIST} [text | num]
2340 NEWS_OPER_LIST_HEADER
2341 Oper news items:
2342 NEWS_OPER_LIST_ENTRY
2343 %5d (%s by %s)
2344 %s
2345 NEWS_OPER_LIST_NONE
2346 There is no oper news.
2347 NEWS_OPER_ADD_SYNTAX
2348 OPERNEWS ADD text
2349 NEWS_OPER_ADD_FULL
2350 News list is full!
2351 NEWS_OPER_ADDED
2352 Added new oper news item (#%d).
2353 NEWS_OPER_DEL_SYNTAX
2354 OPERNEWS DEL {num | ALL}
2355 NEWS_OPER_DEL_NOT_FOUND
2356 Oper news item #%d not found!
2357 NEWS_OPER_DELETED
2358 Oper news item #%d deleted.
2359 NEWS_OPER_DEL_NONE
2360 No oper news items to delete!
2361 NEWS_OPER_DELETED_ALL
2362 All oper news items deleted.
2363
2364 NEWS_HELP_LOGON
2365 Syntax: LOGONNEWS ADD text
2366 LOGONNEWS DEL {num | ALL}
2367 LOGONNEWS LIST
2368
2369 Edits or displays the list of logon news messages. When a
2370 user connects to the network, these messages will be sent
2371 to them. (However, no more than three messages will be
2372 sent in order to avoid flooding the user. If there are
2373 more than three news messages, only the three most recent
2374 will be sent.)
2375
2376 LOGONNEWS LIST may be used by any IRC operator to list the
2377 current news messages. ADD and DEL may only be used by
2378 Services operators.
2379
2380 NEWS_HELP_OPER
2381 Syntax: OPERNEWS ADD text
2382 OPERNEWS DEL {num | ALL}
2383 OPERNEWS LIST
2384
2385 Edits or displays the list of oper news messages. When a
2386 user opers up (with the /OPER command), these messages will
2387 be sent to them. (However, no more than three messages will
2388 be sent in order to avoid flooding the user. If there are
2389 more than three news messages, only the three most recent
2390 will be sent.)
2391
2392 OPERNEWS LIST may be used by any IRC operator to list the
2393 current oper news messages. ADD and DEL may only be used by
2394 Services operators.
2395
2396
2397 ###########################################################################
2398 #
2399 # StatServ messages
2400 #
2401 ############################################################################
2402
2403 # General SERVERS responses
2404 STAT_SERVERS_REMOVE_SERV_FIRST
2405 Server %s is online. Remove it from the the network and try again.
2406 STAT_SERVERS_SERVER_EXISTS
2407 Server %s already exists.
2408
2409 # SERVERS command syntax
2410 STAT_SERVERS_SYNTAX
2411 SERVERS option parameters
2412
2413 # STATS responses
2414 STAT_SERVERS_STATS_TOTAL
2415 Total Servers: %2d
2416 STAT_SERVERS_STATS_ON_OFFLINE
2417 Online: %2d (%d%%) Offline: %2d (%d%%)
2418 STAT_SERVERS_LASTQUIT_WAS
2419 Last Quit: %-30s %s
2420
2421 # LIST responses
2422 STAT_SERVERS_LIST_HEADER
2423 Server Name Users Opers
2424 STAT_SERVERS_LIST_FORMAT
2425 %-30s %3d (%2d%%) %3d (%2d%%)
2426 STAT_SERVERS_LIST_RESULTS
2427 End of list -- %d/%d online servers shown.
2428
2429 # VIEW responses
2430 STAT_SERVERS_VIEW_HEADER_ONLINE
2431 %-30s (online)
2432 STAT_SERVERS_VIEW_HEADER_OFFLINE
2433 %-30s (offline)
2434 STAT_SERVERS_VIEW_LASTJOIN
2435 Last join: %s
2436 STAT_SERVERS_VIEW_LASTQUIT
2437 Last quit: %s
2438 STAT_SERVERS_VIEW_QUITMSG
2439 Quit message: %s
2440 STAT_SERVERS_VIEW_USERS_OPERS
2441 Users: %3d (%2d%%) Opers: %3d (%2d%%)
2442 STAT_SERVERS_VIEW_RESULTS
2443 End of list -- %d/%d servers shown.
2444
2445 # DELETE responses
2446 STAT_SERVERS_DELETE_SYNTAX
2447 SERVERS DELETE server
2448 STAT_SERVERS_DELETE_DONE
2449 Statistics for server %s have been deleted.
2450
2451 # COPY responses
2452 STAT_SERVERS_COPY_SYNTAX
2453 SERVERS COPY server newname
2454 STAT_SERVERS_COPY_DONE
2455 Statistics for server %s copied to %s.
2456
2457 # RENAME responses
2458 STAT_SERVERS_RENAME_SYNTAX
2459 SERVERS RENAME server newname
2460 STAT_SERVERS_RENAME_DONE
2461 Statistics for server %s renamed to %s.
2462
2463 # USERS responses
2464 STAT_USERS_SYNTAX
2465 USERS STATS
2466 STAT_USERS_TOTUSERS
2467 Total users: %d
2468 STAT_USERS_TOTOPERS
2469 Total opers: %d
2470 STAT_USERS_SERVUSERS
2471 Average users per server: %d
2472 STAT_USERS_SERVOPERS
2473 Average opers per server: %d.%d
2474
2475
2476 ###########################################################################
2477 #
2478 # NickServ help messages
2479 #
2480 ###########################################################################
2481
2482 NICK_HELP
2483 %S allows you to "register" a nickname and prevent
2484 others from using it. %S is controlled through
2485 various commands which allow for registration and
2486 maintenance of nicknames. For a list of commands, type
2487 /msg %S HELP COMMANDS; to use a command, type
2488 /msg %S command, and for more information on a
2489 specific command, type /msg %S HELP command.
2490 NICK_HELP_EXPIRES
2491
2492 If a registered nickname is not used for %s, the
2493 registration will expire and the nickname will be available
2494 for anyone to use.
2495 NICK_HELP_WARNING
2496
2497 NOTICE: This service is intended to provide a way for
2498 IRC users to ensure their identity is not compromised.
2499 It is NOT intended to facilitate "stealing" of
2500 nicknames or other malicious actions. Abuse of %S
2501 will result in, at minimum, loss of the abused
2502 nickname(s).
2503
2504 NICK_HELP_COMMANDS
2505 The following commands can be used with %S:
2506
2507 REGISTER Register a nickname
2508 IDENTIFY Identify yourself with your password
2509 DROP Cancel the registration of a nickname
2510 NICK_HELP_COMMANDS_AUTH
2511 AUTH Authenticate a nickname registration
2512 SENDAUTH Send yourself the nickname authentication code
2513 REAUTH Set a new code if you forget your password
2514 RESTOREMAIL Restore the last authenticated E-mail address
2515 NICK_HELP_COMMANDS_LINK
2516 LINK Link another nickname to your own
2517 UNLINK Cancel a linked nickname
2518 LISTLINKS List all nicknames you have linked
2519 NICK_HELP_COMMANDS_ACCESS
2520 ACCESS Modify the list of authorized addresses
2521 NICK_HELP_COMMANDS_AJOIN
2522 AJOIN Modify your autojoin list
2523 NICK_HELP_COMMANDS_SET
2524 SET Set options, including kill protection
2525 UNSET Clear nickname information
2526 RECOVER Kill another user who has taken your nickname
2527 RELEASE Regain custody of your nickname after RECOVER
2528 GHOST Disconnect a "ghost" session
2529 INFO Display information on a nickname
2530 NICK_HELP_COMMANDS_LIST
2531 LIST List all nicknames matching a given mask
2532 LISTEMAIL List nicknames by E-mail address
2533 NICK_HELP_COMMANDS_LISTCHANS
2534 LISTCHANS List all channels you own
2535 STATUS Check whether a given nickname is identified
2536
2537 NICK_HELP_REGISTER
2538 Syntax: %s
2539
2540 Registers your nickname in the %S database. Once
2541 your nickname is registered, you can use the SET and ACCESS
2542 commands to configure your nickname's settings as you like
2543 them. Make sure you remember the password you use when
2544 registering; you'll need it to make changes to your nickname
2545 later. (Note that case matters! FIDO, Fido, and fido
2546 are all different passwords!)
2547 NICK_HELP_REGISTER_EMAIL
2548
2549 You may include an E-mail address when registering your
2550 nickname; you may also set one later using the SET EMAIL
2551 command.
2552 NICK_HELP_REGISTER_EMAIL_REQ
2553
2554 You must include an E-mail address when registering your
2555 nickname. You can prevent your E-mail address from being
2556 shown to other users with the SET HIDE command (type
2557 /msg %S HELP SET HIDE for more information).
2558 NICK_HELP_REGISTER_EMAIL_AUTH
2559
2560 You must include a valid E-mail address when registering
2561 your nickname; %S will send a message with an
2562 authentication code to this address, which you must use with
2563 the AUTH command to complete your registration. You can
2564 prevent your E-mail address from being shown to other users
2565 with the SET HIDE command (type /msg %S HELP SET HIDE for
2566 more information).
2567 NICK_HELP_REGISTER_END
2568
2569 Guidelines on choosing passwords:
2570
2571 Passwords should not be easily guessable. For example,
2572 using your real name as a password is a bad idea. Using
2573 your nickname as a password is a much worse idea and,
2574 in fact, %S will not allow it. Also, short
2575 passwords are vulnerable to trial-and-error searches, so
2576 you should choose a password at least 5 characters long.
2577
2578 NICK_HELP_IDENTIFY
2579 Syntax: IDENTIFY password
2580
2581 Tells %S that you are really the owner of this
2582 nickname. Many commands require you to authenticate
2583 yourself with this command before you use them. The
2584 password should be the same one you sent with the REGISTER
2585 command.
2586
2587 NICK_HELP_DROP
2588 Syntax: DROP password
2589
2590 De-registers (drops) your nickname from the %S
2591 database. A nickname that has been dropped is free for
2592 anyone to re-register.
2593 NICK_HELP_DROP_LINK
2594
2595 Note that when you drop a nickname, all nicknames linked to
2596 it will be dropped as well. To remove a single linked
2597 nickname, use the UNLINK command.
2598 NICK_HELP_DROP_END
2599
2600 To prevent accidental use of this command, you must enter
2601 your password in order to drop your nickname.
2602
2603 NICK_HELP_AUTH
2604 Syntax: AUTH code
2605
2606 Authenticates registration or change of E-mail for a
2607 nickname. To ensure that your E-mail address is correct,
2608 %S will send an message containing an authentication
2609 code to the E-mail address given when you register your
2610 nickname or change your E-mail address with the SET EMAIL
2611 command. This command allows you to confirm that you have
2612 received the message and continue using your nickname
2613 normally. Replace code in the command with the nine-digit
2614 authentication code given in the E-mail message.
2615
2616 NICK_HELP_SENDAUTH
2617 Syntax: SENDAUTH
2618
2619 Sends you a copy of the authentication code for your
2620 nickname after a REGISTER or SET EMAIL. If you accidentally
2621 delete or otherwise lose the message with the authentication
2622 code, you can use this command to have an extra copy sent to
2623 you.
2624
2625 To prevent abuse, this command may only be used once every
2626 24 hours.
2627
2628 NICK_HELP_REAUTH
2629 Syntax: REAUTH
2630
2631 Sets an authentication code which you can use to identify
2632 for your nickname. If you forget your nickname password,
2633 use this command to generate a new authentication code, then
2634 give that code (which will be mailed to you) with the AUTH
2635 command to identify for your nickname; you can then change
2636 your password with the SET PASSWORD command as usual.
2637
2638 NICK_HELP_RESTOREMAIL
2639 Syntax: RESTOREMAIL password
2640
2641 Restores the last authenticated E-mail address for your
2642 nickname. If you accidentally use the wrong E-mail address
2643 in a SET EMAIL command, you can use this command to restore
2644 the previous E-mail address and clear the authentication
2645 code for your nickname, allowing you to identify for the
2646 nickname again. You must give your nickname's password with
2647 this command.
2648
2649 RESTOREMAIL can only be used after SET EMAIL and before
2650 entering the new authentication code with the AUTH command.
2651
2652 NICK_HELP_LINK
2653 Syntax: LINK nickname
2654
2655 Links a new nickname to the nickname you are currently
2656 using, creating a new "alias" for your nickname. The new
2657 nickname will be equivalent to your current nickname in
2658 terms of access privileges and memos; for example, you can
2659 read memos sent to one of your linked nicks from any other
2660 one, and if one of your nicks has auto-op privileges in a
2661 channel, you will get auto-opped no matter which linked
2662 nick you use.
2663
2664 To cancel a link, use the UNLINK command.
2665
2666 In order to use this command, you must identify for your
2667 current nickname (using the IDENTIFY command), and the
2668 nickname to be linked must be unregistered and not currently
2669 be in use.
2670
2671 NICK_HELP_UNLINK
2672 Syntax: UNLINK nickname
2673
2674 Removes a link (alias) to your nickname created with the
2675 LINK command. You cannot unlink the nickname you are
2676 currently using; change to another linked nick first before
2677 using this command.
2678
2679 If you unlink the "main nickname" you have selected using
2680 the SET MAINNICK command, your current nickname will
2681 automatically be selected as the main nickname.
2682
2683 NICK_HELP_LISTLINKS
2684 Syntax: LISTLINKS
2685
2686 Lists all nicknames which are linked to your nick. The main
2687 nickname for the group of linked nicks will be indicated by
2688 a "*" to the left of the nick.
2689
2690 NICK_HELP_ACCESS
2691 Syntax: ACCESS ADD mask
2692 ACCESS DEL mask
2693 ACCESS LIST
2694
2695 Modifies or displays the access list for your nickname.
2696 This is the list of user@host addresses which will be
2697 automatically recognized by %S as being allowed to use
2698 the nickname. If you connect to IRC with an address on this
2699 list, you will not be affected by the nick's SET KILL
2700 setting, and if the SECURE option is disabled, you will be
2701 able to receive auto-op and other privileges in channels
2702 without using the IDENTIFY command.
2703
2704 The mask given to the ADD and DEL commands may contain
2705 wildcards (* or ?).
2706
2707 Examples:
2708
2709 ACCESS ADD achurch@*.dragonfire.net
2710 Allows access to user achurch from any machine in
2711 the dragonfire.net domain.
2712
2713 ACCESS DEL achurch@*.dragonfire.net
2714 Reverses the previous command.
2715
2716 ACCESS LIST
2717 Displays the current access list.
2718
2719 NICK_HELP_SET
2720 Syntax: SET option parameters
2721
2722 Sets various nickname options. option can be one of:
2723
2724 PASSWORD Set your nickname password
2725 LANGUAGE Set the language Services will use when
2726 sending messages to you
2727 URL Associate a URL with your nickname
2728 EMAIL Associate an E-mail address with your nickname
2729 INFO Set text to be shown with the INFO command
2730 KILL Turn kill protection on or off
2731 SECURE Turn nickname security on or off
2732 PRIVATE Prevent your nickname from appearing in a
2733 /msg %S LIST
2734 NOOP Prevent your nickname from being added to
2735 channel access lists
2736 HIDE Hide certain pieces of nickname information
2737 TIMEZONE Set the time zone to use for displaying times
2738 NICK_HELP_SET_OPTION_MAINNICK
2739 MAINNICK Set the nickname shown in channel access lists
2740 NICK_HELP_SET_END
2741
2742 In order to use this command, you must first identify
2743 with your password (/msg %S HELP IDENTIFY for more
2744 information).
2745
2746 Type /msg %S HELP SET option for more information
2747 on a specific option.
2748
2749 NICK_HELP_SET_PASSWORD
2750 Syntax: SET PASSWORD new-password
2751
2752 Changes the password used to identify you as the nickname's
2753 owner.
2754
2755 NICK_HELP_SET_LANGUAGE
2756 Syntax: SET LANGUAGE number
2757
2758 Changes the language Services uses when sending messages to
2759 you (for example, when responding to a command you send).
2760 number should be chosen from the following list of
2761 supported languages:
2762
2763
2764 NICK_HELP_SET_URL
2765 Syntax: SET URL url
2766
2767 Associates the given URL with your nickname. This URL
2768 will be displayed whenever someone requests information
2769 on your nickname with the INFO command.
2770
2771 NICK_HELP_SET_EMAIL
2772 Syntax: SET EMAIL address
2773
2774 Associates the given E-mail address with your nickname.
2775 This address will be displayed whenever someone requests
2776 information on your nickname with the INFO command.
2777
2778 NICK_HELP_SET_INFO
2779 Syntax: SET INFO text
2780
2781 Associates the given text with your nickname; it will be
2782 displayed whenever someone requests information on your
2783 nickname with the INFO command.
2784
2785 NICK_HELP_SET_KILL
2786 Syntax: SET KILL {ON | QUICK | IMMED | OFF}
2787
2788 Turns the automatic kill protection option for your nickname
2789 on or off. With kill protection on, if another user
2790 tries to take your nick, they will be given one minute to
2791 change to another nick, after which they will be forcibly
2792 removed from IRC by %S.
2793
2794 If you select QUICK, the user will be given only 20 seconds
2795 to change their nickname instead of the usual 60. If you
2796 select IMMED, the user will be killed immediately without
2797 being warned first or given a chance to change their nick;
2798 please do not use this option unless necessary. Also, your
2799 network's administrators may have disabled this option.
2800
2801 NICK_HELP_SET_SECURE
2802 Syntax: SET SECURE {ON | OFF}
2803
2804 Turns %S's security features on or off for your
2805 nickname. With SECURE set, you must enter your password
2806 before you will be recognized as the owner of the nick,
2807 regardless of whether your address is on the access
2808 list. However, if you are on the access list, %S
2809 will not auto-kill you regardless of the setting of the
2810 KILL option.
2811
2812 NICK_HELP_SET_PRIVATE
2813 Syntax: SET PRIVATE {ON | OFF}
2814
2815 Turns %S's privacy option on or off for your nickname.
2816 With PRIVATE set, your nickname will not appear in
2817 nickname lists generated with %S's LIST command.
2818 (However, anyone who knows your nickname can still get
2819 information on it using the INFO command.)
2820
2821 NICK_HELP_SET_NOOP
2822 Syntax: SET NOOP {ON | OFF}
2823
2824 Turns %S's no-op option on or off for your nickname.
2825 Setting the NOOP option prevents your nickname from being
2826 added to channel access lists. However, if your nickname is
2827 already on a channel's access list, it will not be removed
2828 even if you turn this option on.
2829
2830 NICK_HELP_SET_HIDE
2831 Syntax: SET HIDE {EMAIL | USERMASK | QUIT} {ON | OFF}
2832
2833 Allows you to prevent certain pieces of information from
2834 being displayed when someone does a %S INFO on your
2835 nickname. You can hide your E-mail address (EMAIL), last
2836 seen user@host mask (USERMASK), and last quit message
2837 (QUIT). The second parameter specifies whether the
2838 information should be displayed (OFF) or hidden (ON).
2839
2840 NICK_HELP_SET_TIMEZONE
2841 Syntax: SET TIMEZONE {UTC-offset | time-zone | DEFAULT}
2842
2843 Sets the time zone to use for displaying times (such as a
2844 nickname or channel's last used time), instead of using the
2845 time zone Services is operating in; the DEFAULT setting can
2846 be used to return to Services' time zone. The time zone can
2847 be specified in one of two ways:
2848
2849 - As a UTC offset, the time difference between your local
2850 time and UTC (Universal Coordinated Time, also known as
2851 GMT, Greenwich Mean Time). The offset is given as a
2852 "+" or "-" to indicate ahead of (east) or behind (west)
2853 UTC, followed by either a whole number of hours or a
2854 string in the form "hh:mm".
2855
2856 - As a time zone name, such as "GMT" or "EDT". Not all
2857 time zone names are supported by Services, and some
2858 countries' time zones have the same names, so if you
2859 get an error or the time displayed by Services is
2860 wrong, use a UTC offset instead.
2861
2862 Note that Services will not automatically adjust for
2863 daylight savings time (summer time); you will have to adjust
2864 the time zone manually.
2865
2866 Examples:
2867
2868 SET TIMEZONE -5
2869 Set the time zone to 5 hours behind UTC.
2870
2871 SET TIMEZONE +3:30
2872 Set the time zone to 3 hours, 30 minutes ahead of UTC.
2873
2874 SET TIMEZONE JST
2875 Set the time zone to Japan Standard Time (UTC+9:00).
2876
2877 NICK_HELP_SET_MAINNICK
2878 Syntax: SET MAINNICK nickname
2879
2880 When you have several nicknames linked together, allows you
2881 to select which one is displayed in channel access lists.
2882 If you later unlink this nick, then a different one will be
2883 selected automatically.
2884
2885 NICK_HELP_UNSET
2886 Syntax: UNSET {URL | EMAIL | INFO}
2887
2888 Allows you to clear the URL (URL), E-mail address (EMAIL),
2889 or information text (INFO) associated with your nickname.
2890
2891 NICK_HELP_UNSET_REQ_EMAIL
2892 Syntax: UNSET {URL | INFO}
2893
2894 Allows you to clear the URL (URL) or information text (INFO)
2895 associated with your nickname.
2896
2897 NICK_HELP_RECOVER
2898 Syntax: RECOVER nickname [password]
2899
2900 Allows you to recover your nickname if someone else has
2901 taken it; this does the same thing that %S does
2902 automatically if someone tries to use a kill-protected
2903 nickname.
2904
2905 When you give this command, %S will bring a fake user
2906 online with the same nickname as the user you're trying to
2907 recover your nick from, causing the IRC servers to
2908 disconnect the other user. This fake user will remain
2909 online for %s to ensure that the other user does not
2910 immediately reconnect; after that time, you can reclaim
2911 your nick. Alternatively, use the RELEASE command
2912 (/msg %S HELP RELEASE) to get the nick back sooner.
2913
2914 In order to use the RECOVER command for a nickname, you must
2915 supply the correct password for the nickname, or you must
2916 already have identified to a nick linked to the given nick.
2917
2918 NICK_HELP_RELEASE
2919 Syntax: RELEASE nickname [password]
2920
2921 Instructs %S to remove any hold on your nickname
2922 caused by automatic kill protection or use of the RECOVER
2923 command. By default, such holds last for %s; this
2924 command gets rid of them sooner.
2925
2926 In order to use the RELEASE command for a nickname, you must
2927 supply the correct password for the nickname, or you must
2928 already have identified to a nick linked to the given nick.
2929
2930 NICK_HELP_GHOST
2931 Syntax: GHOST nickname [password]
2932
2933 Terminates a "ghost" IRC session using your nickname. A
2934 "ghost" session is one which is not actually connected, but
2935 which the IRC server believes is still online for one reason
2936 or another. Typically, this happens if your computer
2937 crashes or your Internet or modem connection goes down while
2938 you're on IRC.
2939
2940 In order to use the GHOST command for a nickname, you must
2941 supply the correct password for the nickname, or you must
2942 already have identified to a nick linked to the given nick.
2943
2944 NICK_HELP_INFO
2945 Syntax: INFO nickname [ALL]
2946
2947 Displays information about the given nickname, such as
2948 the nickname's owner, last seen address and time, and
2949 options. If you are identified for the nick you're
2950 getting information for and ALL is specified, you will
2951 be shown all the information, regardless of whether
2952 it's hidden or not.
2953 NICK_HELP_INFO_AUTH
2954
2955 If the nickname's E-mail address has not yet been confirmed
2956 with the AUTH command, it will not be shown to anyone except
2957 the nickname owner and Services administrators, regardless
2958 of the nickname's SET HIDE EMAIL setting.
2959
2960 NICK_HELP_LISTCHANS
2961 Syntax: LISTCHANS
2962
2963 Lists the names and the total number of channels you have
2964 registered under your nickname.
2965
2966 NICK_HELP_LIST
2967 Syntax: LIST [+start] pattern
2968
2969 Lists all registered nicknames for which either the nickname
2970 itself or the last seen address (in user@host format) match
2971 the given pattern. Nicks with the PRIVATE option set will
2972 not be displayed. If the start parameter is given, it
2973 specifies how many matches to skip before displaying results
2974 (for example, +50 would cause the first 50 matches to be
2975 skipped).
2976
2977 Examples:
2978
2979 LIST joeuser@foo.com
2980 Lists all registered nicknames which were last used
2981 by joeuser@foo.com.
2982
2983 LIST *Bot*
2984 Lists all registered nicknames with Bot in their
2985 names (case insensitive).
2986
2987 LIST *@*.bar.org
2988 Lists all registered nicknames last used by users in
2989 the bar.org domain.
2990 NICK_HELP_LIST_OPERSONLY
2991
2992 Only IRC operators may use this command.
2993
2994 NICK_HELP_LISTEMAIL
2995 Syntax: %s
2996
2997 Lists registered nicknames like the LIST command, but
2998 matches on E-mail addresses instead of user@host addresses.
2999 See the LIST command help (/msg %S HELP LIST) for
3000 more information.
3001
3002 NICK_HELP_STATUS
3003 Syntax: STATUS nickname...
3004
3005 Returns whether the user using the given nickname is
3006 recognized as the owner of the nickname. The response has
3007 this format:
3008
3009 nickname status-code
3010
3011 where nickname is the nickname sent with the command, and
3012 status-code is one of the following:
3013
3014 0 - no such user online or nickname not registered
3015 1 - user not recognized as nickname's owner
3016 2 - user recognized as owner via access list only
3017 3 - user recognized as owner via password identification
3018
3019 Up to sixteen nicknames may be sent with each command; the
3020 rest will be ignored. No error message is generated if no
3021 nickname is given.
3022
3023 NICK_HELP_AJOIN
3024 Syntax: AJOIN ADD channel
3025 AJOIN DEL channel
3026 AJOIN LIST
3027
3028 Modifies or displays the autojoin list for your nickname.
3029 This is the list of channels that you would like to
3030 automatically join, and takes effect whenever you identify
3031 to %S. You may only put channel names starting with
3032 "#" in the autojoin list (local channels cannot be added).
3033
3034 NICK_HELP_AJOIN_END
3035 Note that the IRC server may prohibit you from entering some
3036 channels on the autojoin list, such as channels that have a
3037 channel key set (mode +k) or are invite-only (mode +i).
3038 NICK_HELP_AJOIN_END_CHANSERV
3039 Note that the IRC server may prohibit you from entering some
3040 channels on the autojoin list, such as channels that have a
3041 channel key set (mode +k) or are invite-only (mode +i).
3042 However, if you have access to the %s INVITE command
3043 on a registered channel, %S will automatically invite
3044 you into the channel.
3045
3046 NICK_OPER_HELP_COMMANDS
3047
3048 The following commands are available to Services admins:
3049
3050 DROPNICK Drop any nickname
3051 NICK_OPER_HELP_COMMANDS_DROPEMAIL
3052 DROPEMAIL Drop all nicknames matching an E-mail address
3053 NICK_OPER_HELP_COMMANDS_GETPASS
3054 GETPASS Show the password for a nickname
3055 (only if encryption is not active)
3056 NICK_OPER_HELP_COMMANDS_FORBID
3057 FORBID Prevent a nickname from being used/registered
3058 SUSPEND Prevent a nickname from being identified for
3059 UNSUSPEND Cancel a nickname suspension
3060 NICK_OPER_HELP_COMMANDS_SETAUTH
3061 SETAUTH Set a new authentication code for a nickname
3062 GETAUTH Show the authentication code for a nickname
3063 CLEARAUTH Clear the authentication code for a nickname
3064 NICK_OPER_HELP_COMMANDS_END
3065
3066 Services admins can also use the following commands on any
3067 nickname without needing to identify for it:
3068
3069 SET, ACCESS LIST, INFO ALL
3070
3071 See the help for each command for specific details.
3072
3073 NICK_OPER_HELP_DROPNICK
3074 Syntax: DROPNICK nickname
3075
3076 Drops the given nickname from the %S database, as well
3077 as any linked nicknames.
3078
3079 Limited to Services admins.
3080
3081 NICK_OPER_HELP_DROPEMAIL
3082 Syntax: DROPEMAIL pattern
3083 DROPEMAIL-CONFIRM pattern
3084
3085 Drops all nicknames with an E-mail address matching the
3086 given pattern. If pattern is the single character
3087 "-", drops all nicknames without an E-mail address.
3088
3089 To prevent accidentally dropping nicknames via this command,
3090 it must be given twice: first using the DROPEMAIL command
3091 name, then using DROPEMAIL-CONFIRM with the same pattern.
3092 The DROPEMAIL-CONFIRM command must be given within %s
3093 of and by the same person who gave the DROPEMAIL command.
3094 If more than 4 DROPEMAIL commands are given in a row, the
3095 oldest will be discarded and no longer recognized for a
3096 DROPEMAIL-CONFIRM command.
3097
3098 Limited to Services admins.
3099
3100 NICK_OPER_HELP_SET
3101
3102 Services admins can also set the option NOEXPIRE, with
3103 which nicknames can be prevented from expiring.
3104 Additionally, Services admins can set options for any
3105 nickname without entering a password, using the format
3106 SET !nickname option parameters.
3107
3108 NICK_OPER_HELP_SET_NOEXPIRE
3109 Syntax: SET [!nickname] NOEXPIRE {ON | OFF}
3110
3111 Sets whether the given nickname will expire. Setting this
3112 to ON prevents the nickname from expiring. If no
3113 nickname is given, sets the no-expire flag for your nick.
3114
3115 Limited to Services admins.
3116
3117 NICK_OPER_HELP_UNSET
3118
3119 Services admins may use the UNSET command on any nickname by
3120 adding !nickname before the option name, as with the SET
3121 command.
3122
3123 NICK_OPER_HELP_OLD_UNLINK
3124
3125 Services admins may unlink any nickname without entering a
3126 password.
3127
3128 NICK_OPER_HELP_UNLINK
3129 Syntax: UNLINK nickname [FORCE]
3130
3131 Removes a link (alias) to your nickname created with the
3132 LINK command. You cannot unlink the nickname you are
3133 currently using; change to another linked nick first before
3134 using this command.
3135
3136 If you unlink the "main nickname" you have selected using
3137 the SET MAINNICK command, your current nickname will
3138 automatically be selected as the main nickname.
3139
3140 Services admins may add the FORCE option, which allows
3141 removal of a link to a nickname other than their own.
3142
3143 NICK_OPER_HELP_OLD_LISTLINKS
3144 Syntax: LISTLINKS nickname
3145
3146 Lists nicknames which are linked to the given nickname.
3147
3148 Limited to Services admins.
3149
3150 NICK_OPER_HELP_LISTLINKS
3151 Syntax: LISTLINKS [nickname]
3152
3153 Lists all nicknames which are linked to your nick. The main
3154 nickname for the group of linked nicks will be indicated by
3155 a "*" to the left of the nick. Services operators may list
3156 links for any nick by specifying the nick in the command.
3157
3158 NICK_OPER_HELP_ACCESS
3159
3160 Services admins may give a nickname parameter to the LIST
3161 command to display the access list for any nickname.
3162
3163 NICK_OPER_HELP_INFO
3164
3165 Services admins may use the ALL parameter with any nickname.
3166
3167 NICK_OPER_HELP_LISTCHANS
3168
3169 Services admins may list channels for any nickname by
3170 giving the nickname with the command (for example,
3171 /msg %S LISTCHANS OtherNick).
3172
3173 NICK_OPER_HELP_LIST
3174 Syntax: LIST [+start] pattern [FORBIDDEN] [NOEXPIRE] [SUSPENDED]
3175
3176 Lists all registered nicknames for which either the nickname
3177 itself or the last seen address (in user@host format) match
3178 the given pattern. Nicks with the PRIVATE option set will
3179 only be displayed to Services admins. For Services admins,
3180 nicks with the NOEXPIRE option set will have a ! prepended
3181 to the nickname and those that are suspended will be
3182 prepended by a *.
3183
3184 If the FORBIDDEN, SUSPENDED or NOEXPIRE options are given,
3185 only nicks which, respectively, are forbidden, suspended, or
3186 have the NOEXPIRE option set will be displayed. The options
3187 can be used in any order and in any combination. These
3188 options are limited to Services admins.
3189 NICK_OPER_HELP_LIST_AUTH
3190 Syntax: LIST [+start] pattern [FORBIDDEN] [NOEXPIRE] [SUSPENDED] [NOAUTH]
3191
3192 Lists all registered nicknames for which either the nickname
3193 itself or the last seen address (in user@host format) match
3194 the given pattern. Nicks with