When Mike receives a mail message with the phrase

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Objective : Manage and Maintain
SubObjective: Using messaging and calendaring enhancements

 

Single Answer Multiple Choice

 

Mike, a Notes client user, has created the following rules in his mailbox database:

WHEN Subject contains Timesheet THEN copy to folder Timesheets AND Stop Processing further Rules

WHEN Subject contains Timesheet Correction THEN copy to folder Timesheet Corrections

When Mike receives a mail message with the phrase “Timesheet Corrections” in the Subject field, what will happen?

 

 

  1. The message will be copied to the folders “Timesheets” and “Timesheet Corrections”
  2. The message will only be copied to the folder “Timesheets” and no further rules will be processed
  3. The message will only be copied to the folder “Timesheet Corrections” and no further rules will be processed
  4. The message will not be copied to either folder, since the “Stop Processing” condition exists in the mailbox rules.

 

Answer:
B. The message will only be copied to the folder “Timesheets” and no further rules will be processed

Tutorial:
Mail rules created by a Notes client user execute in the order of their appearance in the list of mail rules. When a “stop processing” action is encountered in a mail rule the remaining mail rules will not be processed. If a mail rule with a “stop processing” action contains multiple actions, processing of that mail rule will cease as soon as the “stop processing” action is encountered.

Reference:
Lotus Notes 7 Help – search on: Stopping mail rule processing

 

These questions are derived from the Self-Test Software Practice Test for Exam #702: IBM Lotus Notes Domino 7 System Administration Update

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