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Lesson 4. Creating and Sending Mail > Choosing Delivery Options

Choosing Delivery Options

You control how and when each of your mail messages are delivered through the Delivery Options button on the Action Bar. Delivery Options, as described in Tables 4.2 and 4.3, have to be set prior to sending the message . If you are sending mail via the Internet to non-Notes users, some of these features do not work, and they are marked as such with an asterisk (*) in Tables 4.2 and 4.3. See Figure 4.6 to see the Delivery Options dialog box, which appears when you click the Delivery Options button on the Action Bar. To learn more about Notes and Internet mail, refer to Que's Special Edition Using Lotus Notes and Domino 5.

Table 4.2. Basic Delivery Options
Option Description
*ImportanceChoices: Normal, High, or Low. If this is set to High, an exclamation mark appears to the left of the message in the recipient's Inbox.The envelope icon to the left of the message in the sender's Sent view is red.Other wise, no icon appears.
Delivery reportTells Notes to place a report in your mailbox that indicates how the delivery of your message went. The default option is Only on Failure. Your system administrator might ask you to change this option if you are experiencing mail problems. Otherwise, there is no need to change this option.
Delivery priorityMarks the message as Normal, High, or Low priority. Priority governs how quickly the mail is delivered. When you sa message to a recipient on the same Domino server, it is not necessary to choose a priority—Normal priority delivers it immediately. When you sa Notes message to a different Domino server or to the Internet, High priority causes your Domino server to deliver it immediately, instead of at the scheduled delivery set by your systems administrator. Low priority means that the mail will be delivered in the middle of the night, during off-business hours.
Return receiptPlaces a receipt in your mail Inbox that tells you the time and date at which the recipient received the message.
*Prevent copyingPrevents the recipient from forwarding, copying, or printing your message. Use this if the information is highly confidential.
SignAdds a unique digital code to your message that identifies you as the sender.
EncryptEncodes the message so that no one but the intended recipient can read it.
*Mood stampWhen you select a mood from the pull-down list, a graphic is added to the top of your memo and appears to the left of the message in the recipient's Inbox.



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