mIRC for Beginners
Unlike e-mail and newsgroups, or you can wait hours and sometimes even days before a response, the IRC allows real-time communication. You connect to an IRC server. Then you enter one of the conversation rooms on a subject that is displayed. If there is no topic interests you, you can always create your own chat room and wait for someone else presents itself. The same is now available on the World Wide Web. You can do a search on a site like AltaVista, Google and Yahoo among others to find a list of IRC servers.
What is mIRC?
mIRC is a full featured Internet Relay Chat client for Windows that can be used to communicate, share, play or work with others on IRC networks around the world, either in multi-user group conferences or in one-to-one private discussions. It has a clean, practical interface that is highly configurable and supports features such as buddy lists, file transfers, multi-server connections, IPv6, SSL encryption, proxy support, UTF-8 display, UPnP, customizable sounds, spoken messages, tray notifications, message logging, and more. mIRC also has a powerful scripting language that can be used both to automate mIRC and to create applications that perform a wide range of functions from network communications to playing games.
mIRC is one of the best IRC clients, besides being a classic. The IRC communications standard will serve to chat via internet with a wide expanse of users. The IRC network is a virtual community where you can join through one of its thousands of thematic channels for talks in chat mode. Stresses its definition of command aliases, popup menus configurable multi-level, DCC Send / Get (Send / Receive Files), DCC Chat (Chat from a single user), Finger Client built a file server and own easy to use. mIRC provides a friendly and easy to use and ready to meet people you chat with a mouse.
How it works
To join IRC, you need the address of an IRC server. You also need special software called an IRC client. Several of these programs offer a list of different servers you can connect. The server closest to you may well also be the most interesting. You can find one of the research sites on the World Wide Web a list of servers and IRC clients that are available. Try to learn as much as possible the operation before entering a site or a room. To connect to an IRC server, it will ask you some information. Must provide their full name, address, e-mail and his nickname for the site.
Rooms in regular IRC Chat
Download and Install mIRC.
Class Connect> Options
Class Connect> Local Info : You can leave it as is. mIRC should return the information automatically. If mIRC detects your IP address wrong, you can switch between normal and server. (Server works well for people connecting from behind a router and wish to make DCC GET, SEND, and CHAT)
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Class Connect> Identd
Class Connect> Firewall : Option to pay only if you surf behind a firewall that does not allow you to go through the usual ports.
Class IRC> Options[/list][*]Show: Short Join / Part Messages: Shows messages JOIN HAND and more compact. [*]User address: Shows the host of people joining or leaving a channel. [*]Nicks is joining: Displays nicks a channel in the window of the Articles when you join a channel for the first time. [*]Flash on: mIRC will attract your attention when: [*]Channel message: a message will be posted on a channel. [*]Query Message: You will receive a private message. [*]Skip MOTD on connect: (Message Of The Day): mIRC hide the MOTD when you connect to a server. [*]Hide ping? pong! event: hide mirc ping events? pong! sent by the server when it checks that you are always connected. [*]Cancel it away message: Your Status Away will be automatically removed when you type a message.[*]Class IRC> Highlight : Can assign colors and sounds to messages that meet the criteria you selected.[/list]
Class IRC> Messages
Class IRC> Catcher
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Class IRC> Logging
Class IRC> Flood
Category DCC> Folders
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Display category> Options
Here is the list of Umod (= ways users) apply with the command "/ User mode +/-### (# # # = ways to add / remove):
In the most popular channels, the speed is fast enough, and connected to send a long sentence cannot always follow the debate from a channel. Therefore, the Smiley’s are widely used because they can shorten long sentences, this section offers a list. Add that the Smiley’s are international.
First some words may be surrounded by signs * to be highlighted:
If you know their name, type / join # xxxx can be replaced with the actual name of the channel you want to join). If you do not know its name, you can try to find it by typing / list but be aware that a channel is muted does not appear in this list.
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