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These documents provide detailed, K9 (K9 tutorial coming soon) and Dogtag commands description for the user.
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DogTag tutorial v1.03
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• REGISTER
Syntax: /privmsg dogtag@services.chatnet.org REGISTER <password> <e-mail address>
Registers the current nickname you're using. Valid Email addresses are a must. Currently you can set your own password, but if you forget your pass, we wont be able to help you with out a valid email address. At a future point you wont be able to pick your own password. It will be emailed to you, then you'll change it to the one you want. None of the CService officials will send you any e-mail messages to your address unless it's necessary.
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• IDENTIFY
Syntax: /privmsg dogtag@services.chatnet.org IDENTIFY <password>
This is how you will identify yourself to DogTag. This is somewhat similar to the old Auth command. You will not have access to your channel or K9 if you don't identify. Identifying once gives you access on all channels you're added. Channel owners can identify for their channels through a password. This gives them the right to use the founder commands (ULevel: 500). Every time your reconnect on ChatNet or the services are restarted, you must identify to DogTag, otherwise you will have no access.
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• ACCESS
Syntax: /privmsg dogtag ACCESS <list | add | del>
Modify the list of authorized addresses. This takes place of ADDMASK.
List: /privmsg dogtag ACCESS list
Gives you a list of the user@hosts allowed to be used for your nickname.
Add: /privmsg dogtag ACCESS add <user@host>
Allows you to add a host permission to your nickname.
Del: /privmsg dogtag ACCESS del <user@host>
Allows you to remove a user@host from your nickname access list.
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• LINK
Syntax: /privmsg dogtag LINK <nickname you're linking to> <password of the nickname you're linking to>
Make your nick an alias for another. The nickname you're linking to will have access on every channel you have access.
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• SET
Syntax: /privmsg dogtag SET <option> <parameters>
Set various options.
Password: /privmsg dogtag@services.chatnet.org SET password <new password>
Set a new dogtag password.
Language: /privmsg dogtag SET language <1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9>
Changes the language dogtag uses to message you. Default is english. Supported languages: 1 = english, 2 = dutch, 3 = german, 4 = italian, 5 = japanese (SJIS encoding), 6 = japanese (EUC encoding), 7 = purtuguese, 8 = spanish, 9 = turkish.
URL: /privmsg dogtag SET url <web address you want listed>
Sets the URL address in INFO. Address must be in http://hostname[:port]/ or ftp:// etc..
Email: /privmsg dogtag SET email <valid e-mail address>
Sets the e-mail address used with dogtag. Should be a valid email address in case of lost passwords. Default e-mail is the one you registered with.
Kill: /privmsg dogtag SET kill <on|quick|off>
Sets Kill mode on so if someone uses your nick and doesn't send in the correct password they will be killed. 'quick' kills the nickname in 20 seconds.
Private: /privmsg dogtag SET private <on|off>
Sets so your nickname doesn't show up in LIST.
Hide: /privmsg dogtag SET hide <email|usermask|quit> <on|of>
Allows you to hide certain information in the INFO
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• RECOVER
Syntax: /privmsg dogtag@services.chatnet.org RECOVER <nickname> <password>
Kill another user who has taken your nick.
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• RELEASE
Syntax: /msg dogtag@services.chatnet.org RELEASE<nickname> <password>
This command instructs DogTag to remove any hold on your nickname that is caused by automatic kill protection or use of the RECOVER command. By default, such holds last for one minute. Using this command will get rid of them sooner. In order to use the RELEASE command for a nick, your current address as shown in /WHOIS must be on that nick's access list, or you must supply the correct password for the nickname.
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• GHOST
Syntax: /privmsg dogtag@services.chatnet.org GHOST <nickname> <password>
Kills off your nickname if you've been disconnected from the server and your nickname remains.
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• INFO
Syntax: /privmsg dogtag INFO <nickname> [all]
Displays information about the given nickname.
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• STATUS
Syntax: /privmsg dogtag STATUS <nicknames>
Allows you to check status of the given nickname(s). Up to sixteen nicknames may be sent with each command; the rest will be ignored. No error message is generated if no nickname is given.
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DogTag tutorial last updated by Li0nheart at 18/01/2004 06.19 (GMT +2)
   
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