The automatic policy attempts to keep the client and server message stores as up-to-date as possible by synchronizing whenever a message is sent or received. This policy is not recommended for applications that frequently send and receive messages.
When using the automatic policy, message transmission is performed when any of the following conditions occurs:
PutMessage() is called. See:
A message status changes has occurred. This typically occurs when a received message is acknowledged by the application. See:
A Push Notification is received.
A Network Status Change Notification is received.
TriggerSendReceive() is called. See:
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