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MC-TOOL(1)				    Utilities				       MC-TOOL(1)

NAME
       mc-tool - manipulate Mission Control accounts from the command line

SYNOPSIS
       mc-tool list

       mc-tool add PROFILE DISPLAY-NAME [PARAMETER-SETTINGS...]

       mc-tool add MANAGER/PROTOCOL [PARAMETER-SETTINGS...]

       mc-tool update ACCOUNT [PARAMETER-SETTINGS...]

       mc-tool display ACCOUNT DISPLAY-NAME

       mc-tool nick ACCOUNT NICKNAME

       mc-tool service ACCOUNT SERVICE-NAME

       mc-tool icon ACCOUNT ICON

       mc-tool show ACCOUNT

       mc-tool get ACCOUNT PARAMETER [PARAMETER...]

       mc-tool auto-presence ACCOUNT STATUS [MESSAGE]

       mc-tool request ACCOUNT STATUS [MESSAGE]

       mc-tool auto-connect ACCOUNT on|off

       mc-tool remove ACCOUNT

DESCRIPTION
       mc-tool's usage depends on its first argument (the "command")

   SPECIFYING ACCOUNTS
       Where  an  account  name  is  needed,  it  may  be  given  as  a  full  object  path (e.g.
       /org/freedesktop/Telepathy/Account/gabble/jabber/example), or as the  unique  account-spe-
       cific suffix (e.g.  gabble/jabber/example).

   SPECIFYING PARAMETER SETTINGS
       Many  commands  take arguments that represent Telepathy connection manager parameters (see
       the Telepathy Specification for details of these). Each argument has the following form:

       TYPE:NAME=VALUE

       where TYPE is either int, uint, bool, or string (other parameter types exist, but are cur-
       rently unsupported by mc-tool), NAME is the name of the connection manager parameter (e.g.
       account or password), and VALUE is the parameter's value (with integers	in  decimal,  and
       booleans as 0 or 1).

       The  update  command  also accepts arguments of the form clear:NAME which delete the named
       parameter from the account configuration.

   LIST
       mc-tool list lists the available accounts.

   ADD
       mc-tool add adds an account. The connection manager and protocol can either  be	given  as
       the  name  of a Mission Control profile, (e.g.  gtalk), or as a slash-separated connection
       manager name and protocol (e.g.	gabble/jabber).

   DISPLAY
       mc-tool display ACCOUNT DISPLAY-NAME sets the DisplayName property of ACCOUNT to  DISPLAY-
       NAME.

   NICK
       mc-tool nick ACCOUNT NICKNAME sets the Nickname property of ACCOUNT to NICKNAME.

   SERVICE
       mc-tool service ACCOUNT SERVICE-NAME sets the Service property of ACCOUNT to SERVICE-NAME.

   ICON
       mc-tool icon ACCOUNT ICON sets the Icon property of ACCOUNT to ICON.

   SHOW
       mc-tool show ACCOUNT shows information about ACCOUNT.

   GET
       mc-tool	get ACCOUNT PARAMETER [PARAMETER...]  shows the values of the given parameters of
       ACCOUNT.

   ENABLE
       mc-tool enable ACCOUNT sets the Enabled property of ACCOUNT to True.

   DISABLE
       mc-tool disable ACCOUNT sets the Enabled property of ACCOUNT to False.

   AUTO-PRESENCE
       mc-tool auto-presence ACCOUNT STATUS [MESSAGE]  sets  the  AutomaticPresence  property  of
       ACCOUNT to STATUS with optional message MESSAGE.

   REQUEST
       mc-tool request ACCOUNT STATUS [MESSAGE] sets the RequestedPresence property of ACCOUNT to
       STATUS with optional message MESSAGE; this is how you tell an account  to  connect  or  go
       offline, for example.

   AUTO-CONNECT
       mc-tool auto-connect ACCOUNT on sets the ConnectAutomatically property of ACCOUNT to True.
       mc-tool auto-connect ACCOUNT off sets it to False.

Telepathy				    July 2009				       MC-TOOL(1)
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