M-t described above switches networking states as a whole, but you can switch on-line/off-line per server/port.
Pressing C-t in the folder or summary modes brings you in wl-plugged-mode shown below, in which you can change the plugged state for each port.
Queuing:[ON] AutoFlushQueue:[--] DisconnectedOperation:[ON] [ON](wl-plugged) [--]hosta [--]smtp +queue: 2 msgs (1,2) ...sending queue [--]nntp(119) +queue: 1 msg (3) ...sending queue [ON]hostb [--]imap4/cram-md5(143) %#mh/wl(prefetch-msgs:3,mark-as-important:1) %inbox(delete-msgids:1) ...dop queue [ON]nntp(119) [ON]smtp
The first line indicates status of the following three variables, and simply pressing SPC or RET in each labeled column modifies the values of these variables.
where `[ON]' means its value is
t, and `[--]' means
The second and after lines indicate on-line/off-line states of servers and ports, where `[ON]' stands for on-line and `[--]' for off-line (in XEmacs or Emacs 21, they are shown with icons). Pressing SPC or RET in each line switches its state.
sending queue means messages accumulated in the folder
`+queue' for off-line transmission, and dop queue means
off-line operations when
They are displayed if there are any of them. In the example above, in the sending queue there are two messages (the first and the second in the queue folder) for smtp to hosta and one (the third) for nntp to hosta, and in the dop queue there are one for `%inbox' and two for `%#mh/wl'.
If you change `(wl-plugged)' in the second line, the variable
wl-plugged is changed, so that the mode line indicator and
plugged states of all ports are affected. If you change plugged states
of any servers or ports, `(wl-plugged)' in the second line is
affected depending on
elmo-plugged-condition settings and the
plugged state of each port.
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