PLOG

Usage: PLOG <ON|OFF|STATUS>] [<password>]
The PLOG command starts or stops personal logging. In order to start it, you must set it to ON and specify a password. Specifying OFF on its own will stop logging, and STATUS will report the current state of logging, this is equivalent to not specifying any parameters.
Examples:
/plog
/plog on f71aLg
/plog off
After disabling or disconnecting from the server, the log will be sent in an email to the address associated with your nickname. The log will be encrypted with the password you specify. You can also access it online, instructions on how to do that will be shown when you turn personal logging on.
The idea of server-side logging is to make it possible to prove the validity of a log, because the server signs the log digitally, making it possible to check whether the log was altered.