Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.
Suppose you are receiving junk e-mail from multiple senders whose e-mail addresses all end in "@humongousinsurance.com". What's the quickest way to filter out all that e-mail?
Add each sender to the Blocked Senders List.
Add each sender to the Safe Senders List.
Add the "@humongousinsurance.com" domain to your Blocked Senders List.
What's the difference between a sender and a recipient?
The sender is the person on the From line, and the recipient is the person on the To (or Cc or Bcc) line.
The sender is the person on the To (or Cc or Bcc) line, and the recipient is the person on the From line.
There's no difference. A sender and a recipient are the same thing.
You've added a sender from outside of your organization to your Blocked Senders List, but you continue to receive messages from that sender in your Inbox. What should you do?
Delete the sender from your Blocked Senders List, and then add them to the list again.
Contact the sender and request that they stop sending you messages.
Make sure that the sender is not included on either of your safe lists.
Which of the following might result if you added your own e-mail name to the Safe Recipients List?
You might not receive any e-mail.
You might receive a lot of junk e-mail.
You might receive e-mail intended for someone else.