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Wed Jan 2 07:52:01 EST 2019
Disconnected normally means that MM can`t communicate with the server of
the given source. It seems that when you are using your new router, some
of your sources are not reachable by MM or the responses from the
servers do not reach MM.
On 31 Dec 2018, at 2:24, Randall Meadows wrote:
> What does it mean when MailMate shows "(disconnected)" next to a
> Background: I installed a new Xfinity modem/router, and using its
> WiFi, MailMate marks three (out of eight total) of my Sources as such
> (the other five don't seem to exhibit any issues/problems). Two of
> those three are my personal domains, but the other one is my iCloud
> account. If I switch back to my previous WiFi networks (being served
> from a Netgear router) that "(disconnected") label goes away and all
> is well with the world.
> The only difference, as far as I can tell, between that Xfinity WiFi
> network and my other ones is he DNS Server, but even when I'm
> connected to the Xfinity network, hostname lookups still seem to
> succeed as expected for my domains.
> I'm going to be talking to Xfinity about this, but if anyone has any
> ideas, I'd appreciate hearing them.
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