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K9 and Dogtag FAQ's 

<USER> I am trying to register my nick by msg'ing dogtag@services.chatnet.org <pass> <email> and i'm getting this error msg
<USER> -DogTag(K9@Services.ChatNet.Org)- Unknown command bgm44251. Type /msg DogTag HELP for help. 
<CService> Try it this way ==> /msg DogTag REGISTER password email 
<CService> Example: If you wanted flower as your password, and rose@rose.com was your email
<CService> the command would be ==> /msg dogtag register flower rose@rose.com

<USER> I have registered a channel, but K9 does not recognize me. 
<CService> K9 and DogTag work as a team. You need to identify to DogTag first, then K9 will recognize you.

<USER> I tried to get into #channel but it says +R What does that mean?
<CService> The +R mode means you must have a registered nickname to join the channel.
<CService> To register your nick, type ==> /msg DogTag REGISTER password email 
<CService> Example: If you wanted flower as your password, and rose@rose.com was your email
<CService> the command would be ==> /msg dogtag register flower rose@rose.com

<USER> How can I become a member of CService?
<CService> CService trainees are selected from ChatNet users who respond when an application is periodically posted on the CService web site (http://cservice.chatnet.org)

 
   
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