Automatically Voicing Users in Your Channel
You can automatically voice all users or all registered users as they join your channel. Some people use this command to help manage their channel. With everyone in the channel voiced, it’s simple to set the channel to moderated (/mode #channel +m) and devoice any troublemakers. Using the setting that voices only registered users can keep trolls and flooders from interrupting your channel.
There are important limitations to note however. Since the Autovoice command voices everyone who joins, someone you devoice can simply part and rejoin the channel to regain voice. It’s generally more effective to ban and kick the person instead.
Here’s how to use the Autovoice command. To voice everyone in the channel:
/msg chanserv autovoice #channel all
For example: /msg chanserv autovoice #topgear all. In your status window, you’ll see something like this:
-ChanServ- Autovoice option for #topgear set to ALL.
For other autovoice options, you change the last word in the command to the setting you’d like, as these examples show:
|To voice registered users only:
/msg chanserv autovoice #channel reg
|To see the autovoice status:
/msg chanserv autovoice #channel status
|To turn off autovoice:
/msg chanserv autovoice #channel off
If you are using Access Levels in your channel, you have another way to automatically give voice to all users who join your channel:
/msg chanserv levels #channel set autovoice 0
For example: /msg chanserv levels #topgear set autovoice 0. Access level zero (0) is the level for regular users.
To remove the command, use the disable command, as in this example:
/msg chanserv levels #channel dis autovoice
—posted by Tengrrl/Bunny