Teamspeak admin tools

Written by erin mcmanaway
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TeamSpeak is a free online voice chat application that is popular with groups of people playing online games and other interactive programs. The administrator can install and run the TeamSpeak chat server on his own computer or rent a server. Users download and install the free TeamSpeak client to connect to a running server, which allows multiple people to join the voice chat rooms at one time. Developers in the TeamSpeak community have created a number of tools that administrators can use to make running the server and displaying server information more accessible.

Easy TS3 Admin App

This application helps the administrator monitor and maintain his TeamSpeak server. Use this program to create and delete servers, start and stop the server functions and edit the server settings. View the channels and users on the server, send messages to the users, and kick or ban users that make trouble on the server. The application offers the ability to edit user permissions as well as manage chat groups on the server. You need to install Microsoft .net Framework version 3.5 before you can use this application.


The TS3PHPBot program creates a bot user on your TeamSpeak server. A bot is a computer-run user that remains logged into the server at all times, usually for moderation purposes. Set up the bot to relay a welcome message to new users, set idle users to AFK status, and run random advertisement or announcement messages. Bots also prevent users from creating illegal usernames or channel names, and from hijacking the server rights or recording conversations on the TeamSpeak server. The bot is also useful for creating a “sticky” channel that never vanishes, since there is always one user in the channel.

TeamSpeak 3 PHP Framework

The TeamSpeak 3 PHP Framework application allows the server administrator to mesh her TeamSpeak server information with PHP scripting. The administrator can use this to publish server information on a PHP-based website including hosted servers, channels in those servers and number of chatters in each server. This is useful for online groups who would like to display summary information about their server on their website.

TeamSpeak 3 Widget for Wordpress

If you have a Wordpress-based blog or website, you can download and install the TeamSpeak widget. Display information such as the channels and users currently on your TeamSpeak server in the side bar of your Wordpress blog. This widget requires you to install the TeamSpeak 3 PHP Framework application in order for it to work.

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