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Exam Prep Questions

Question 1

When is mail routed between servers that are in the same Domino Named Network?

  1. Immediately

  2. Every 10 minutes

  3. According to the schedule in the Connection document

  4. When there are five messages pending

Answer A is correct. The router immediately routes mail to servers in the same Notes Named Network. The messages are immediately routed from the MAIL.BOX file on the sender's server to the MAIL.BOX file on the recipient's server. Because servers in a Notes Named Network share a common protocol and are always connected, you do not need to create Connection documents for mail routing.

Question 2

Debbie, the Domino administrator, has noticed that one of her servers is processing a huge volume of mail compared to the other two mail servers in her domain. What can she do to increase mail throughput in the server?

  1. Enable multiple router tasks

  2. Enter the following setting in the server's NOTES.INI: MailServerThreads = 3

  3. Change the users' Location documents to send mail directly to the destination server

  4. Enable multiple MAIL.BOX databases on the server

Answer D is correct. She can configure the Domino server to route mail using multiple MAIL.BOX databases. A substantial performance improvement can be gained by multiple MAIL.BOX databases because the router can push messages through more than one transfer point.

Question 3

A TCP/IP networking problem caused mail to stop transferring between ServerA and ServerB. After fixing the networking problem, what command should the administrator use to manually router mail from ServerA to ServerB?

  1. Route Mail ServerB

  2. Route ServerB

  3. Tell Router Route ServerB

  4. Send Mail ServerB

Answer B is correct. The administrator can issue the Route command to initiate mail routing with a specific server. Issuing the Route command overrides any mail-routing schedules that have been created using Connection documents in the Domino Directory. For server names that contain multiple words or spaces, enclose the entire name in quotes.

Question 4

Using the Domino console, what command can the Domino administrator use to determine which servers have mail waiting to be transferred in MAIL.BOX?

  1. Tell Router Config

  2. Tell Router Show Queues

  3. Load Router

  4. Tell Router Quit

Answer B is correct. To display mail held in transfer queues to specific servers, the administrator would issue the console command Tell Router Show Queues.

Question 5

Where are Person documents stored?

  1. In MAIL.BOX on the server

  2. In the Domino Directory on the server

  3. In names.nsf on the workstation

  4. In log.nsf on the server

Answer B is correct. Person documents are stored in the Domino Directory (names.nsf) on the server. In previous releases, the Domino Directory was sometimes referred to as the Public Address Book or the Name and Address Book (NAB).

Question 6

Sean needs to ensure that all mail is routed between servers in the same Domino Named Network. How many Connection documents should he create?

  1. 1

  2. 2

  3. 0

  4. One for every pair of servers in the domain

Answer C is correct. Mail is routed immediately by the router to servers in the same Domino Named Network. The messages are immediately routed from the MAIL.BOX file on the sender's server to the MAIL.BOX file on the recipient's server. Because servers in a DNN share a common protocol and are always connected, you do not need to create Connection documents for mail routing.

Question 7

Which of the following best describes mail servers that the ISpy task monitors by default?

  1. All mail servers

  2. The local mail server only

  3. All servers in the domain

  4. None

Answer B is correct. By default, the ISpy task monitors the local mail server on which it is running. However, you can monitor other Domino mail servers by creating probe documents. The ISpy task must be running to monitor the server.

Question 8

Sean needs to ensure that all mail is routed between ServerA and ServerB. The two servers are not in the same Domino Named Network. What should Sean do to schedule mail routing between the two servers?

  1. Create Connection documents in the Domino Directory

  2. Create Connection documents in the names.nsf on his workstation

  3. Create a Domain document in the Domino Directory

  4. Nothing—the two servers will route mail automatically

Answer A is correct. When two servers are not in the same Domino Named Network, mail routing must be configured using at least one Connection document in the Domino Directory.

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