This adds a profile for a bot. You will then need to set which room(s) the bot watches. See BOT SET and CHAN BOT for more information.
/as bot SupportBot add
This creates a profile for a bot of whatever name you selected. You won't see the bot until you set it up to join a room.
This command will list which rooms the specified bot is controlling.
/as bot SupportBot chanlist
This command is designed to help you keep track of what each bot is doing.
These are the commands that the bot can execute. They are issued by sending the command directly to the bot. The server bot can invite you into a room that it manages and can give you op status in that room. You must first identify to the server bot with its password. There are two ways to identify to a server bot, the first is to identify to the bot itself which will give you access to all the rooms the bot is in. The second way is to identify for a specific room, which will only give access to that room.
IDENTIFY - Identify to a server bot so it can recognize you.
INVITE - Have the server bot invite you into a room it is in.
LINE - Channel Line Management.
OP - Have the server bot give you op status in a room it is in.
QUEUE - Event message queue system for multi level event moderation. Enterprise Edition only.
/as help bot commands <command>
If you identify to the bot then you do not need to use the password when issuing further invite or op commands. If you do not identify then include the password in those commands. If you identified for one room but want to be opped or invited into another room then include the password or identify for that room.
This deletes the bot and its profile.
/as bot SupportBot del
If your bot is no longer managing any rooms then there is no reason to keep it and it should be deleted.
This command shows the settings for a bot. It will display the bot's profile.
/as bot SupportBot list
This is another useful command for checking how things are set up.
The set command for bot allows you to configure additional settings for your bot such as the userid, the hostname, the realname, and the password. This information, except for the password, will appear in the /whois botname. Note: the password you set for a bot allows you to identify to this bot and thus gain access to any rooms the bot manages.
ADMINPASS - Sets a Zone Password.
FIELD - Set an optional field for a bot.
HOST - Set the hostname for the bot.
PASSWORD - Set the password for the bot.
REALNAME - Set the real name displayed for the bot.
USER - Set the userid for the bot.
/as help bot set <command>
Except for the password, these settings are aesthetic. They do not change the way the bot behaves, but they change what the user sees when the bot is whois'd.