As described before, if you set
`~/.wl' or anything appropriate, you can invoke Wanderlust in the
off-line state. You can specify off-line state on a per server or port
basis. Refer to
Usually, when Wanderlust starts up, the plugged state of each port is
read from `~/.folders' and
wl-nntp-posting-server and so on. If you want to change the
plugged state of these ports or to add other ports, configure
wl-make-plugged-hook with a function.
(add-hook 'wl-make-plugged-hook '(lambda () (elmo-set-plugged plugged-value(t/nil) server port) ;; add or change plugged states of the port of the server (elmo-set-plugged plugged-value(t/nil) server) ;; if the port is omitted, all ports are affected ;; (you cannot omit the port if you newly add the server) ))
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