mu4e-send-delay. When I send a message immediately and don't have an internet connection, I see this message in the mini-buffer:
smtp.domain.tld/25 nodename nor servname provided, or not known
The message remains open in the Emacs frame with some changes such as the FCC header with the destination filepath and is saved to Drafts.
When I delay sending mail with
mu4e-send-delay, at the time of sending, the mini-buffer shows
Sending via mail.... If I have no internet connection at the time of sending, a pop-up appears in Emacs:
Emacs-x86_64-10_14 Buffer *temp* modified; kill anyway? [Yes] [No]
If I click
Yes, the mini-buffer changes to
Buffer *temp* modified; kill anyway? y. If I click
No, the mini-buffer changes to
Buffer *temp* modified; kill anyway? n and I get a file similar to
*message*-20190627-105554 saved in the home directory with the content of the message:
User-agent: mu4e 1.2.0; emacs 26.2 From: ... To: ... Subject: ... Fcc: /path/to/maildir/Sent Items/cur/1561629089.e6e765d7b4ad6364.hostname:2,S Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2019 11:01:54 +0100 Message-ID: <email@example.com> --text follows this line-- ...
Annoyingly, I get a new saved message with the same content every time I click
No in the Emacs pop-up.
How can I avoid these annoying pop-ups every time the queue timer runs without an internet connection?