like inward singing, it makes non-stop rocking possible.
Some individuals may perceive some slight gaps between "enhanced security" and "electric sheep" but just talk fast and you'll be fine.
-- if I can't get the Internet, and Outlook wants to send email, then it behaves badly. -- since I'm usually on battery in those conditions, this is not good and must be stopped. -- of course this is a rare condition, so this script needs to be light on CPU too. -- is Outlook even running? tell application "System Events" set outlook_running to (name of processes) contains "Microsoft Outlook" end tell if (outlook_running) then -- do I have a network address? set ipaddr to IPv4 address of (get system info) if (ipaddr is not "127.0.0.1") then -- Am I really on the Internet (evil gateways don't count) set is_splunk to (do shell script "curl -s -I www.splunk.com | grep -c splunk") if (is_splunk > 0) then -- it's safe to work online now tell application "Microsoft Outlook" set working offline to "false" return ((current date) & "Set Outlook to work online.") end tell end if else -- if Outlook is running but I don't have an address or I'm not really on the Internet, it might be a good idea to work offline. -- Commented out the bits that think about that decision. --if (is_splunk < 1) then -- tell application "Microsoft Outlook" -- set outbox_count to count every message of mail folder "Outbox" -- end tell -- if (outbox_count is greater than 0) then -- tell application "System Events" -- try -- set The_app to "Microsoft Outlook" -- set pid to the unix id of process The_app as Unicode text -- set cpu to (do shell script "ps -o %cpu -p " & quoted form of pid & "| tail -n 1") -- end try -- end tell -- -- if (cpu is greater than 50) then tell application "Microsoft Outlook" set working offline to true return ((current date) & "Set Outlook to work offline.") end tell -- end if -- end if --end if end if end if