Configuring and troubleshooting applications that are included with Windows Vista

These questions are based on 70-622 – PRO: Upgrading your MCDST Certification to MCITP Enterprise Support Microsoft Software Practice Self-Test.


Objective: Configuring and troubleshooting applications that are included with Windows Vista
SubObjective: Configure Windows Mail


Single Answer, Multiple Choice


You have configured your new account using Windows Mail. You discover you are receiving a lot of e-mails from unknown addresses that ask you to send them your bank and personal details.


How can you protect yourself from these e-mails without affecting delivery of legitimate e-mail with the least administrative effort?



  1. Add the e-mail addresses that ask you to reveal your personal or financial information to the Blocked Senders list.
  2. Set the level of junk e-mail protection to High.
  3. Select the Move phishing E-mail to the Junk Mail folder option under the Phishing tab in the Junk E-mail Options window.
  4. Clear the Also trust e-mail from my Windows contacts option under the Safe Senders tab.

Answer:



  1. Select the Move phishing E-mail to the Junk Mail folder option under the Phishing tab in the Junk E-mail Options window.

Tutorial:
You should select the Move phishing E-mail to the Junk Mail folder option under the Phishing tab in the Junk E-mail Options window to move e-mails seeking your personal and financial information directly into the Junk Mail folder. Phishing is a way to trick you to reveal your personal or financial information through…


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