You can specify server transmission rules for a particular message store or destination alias, or you can set default rules for all clients. Every user that does not have an explicit transmission rule uses the default rule.
To set default rules, you use the special client name ianywhere.server.defaultClient.
Keep the following points in mind when specifying scheduled server transmission rules:
Automatic rules for a given client are evaluated whenever that client synchronizes and at the automatic rule evaluation period.
Scheduled rules for a given client are evaluated on the specified schedule.
The evaluation of a rule causes push notifications to be sent to clients that currently have messages satisfying the rule conditions.
Every time a client synchronizes, messages that satisfy conditions of automatic rules for that client are transmitted to the client.
If and only if a scheduled rule has caused a push notification to be sent to a client since the last time that client synchronized, all messages satisfying the condition of the scheduled rule at the time of the next synchronization are transmitted to the client.
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