2.0/Modules/ns recover

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Service NickServ
Module ns_recover
Author Anope


Recovers your nick from another user or from services. If services are currently holding your nick, the hold will be released. If another user is holding your nick and is identified they will be killed (similar to the old GHOST command). If they are not identified they will be forced off of the nick.

  • NOTE: GHOST and RELEASE are disabled by default.


recover nickname [password]


/msg NickServ recover Fred MyPassword

Default Configuration

 * ns_recover                                                                                                     
 * Provides the command nickserv/recover.                                                                         
 * Used for recovering your nick from services or another user.                                                   
        name = "ns_recover"                                                                                       
         * If set, Services will svsnick and svsjoin users who use the recover                                    
         * command on an identified user to the nick and channels of the recovered user.                          
         * This directive is opional.                                                                             
        restoreonrecover = yes                                                                                    
command { service = "NickServ"; name = "RECOVER"; command = "nickserv/recover"; }                                 
# Uncomment below to emulate 1.8's behavior of ghost and release.                                                 
#command { service = "NickServ"; name = "GHOST"; command = "nickserv/recover"; }                                  
#command { service = "NickServ"; name = "RELEASE"; command = "nickserv/recover"; }