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I Can't find the Failed mail folder in Exchange 2003?

Posted on 2004-04-08
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I have just installed Ex 2003 on my server and everything is now running fine. I use my Pop accounts with my web host. Today i just firgured out that i had not setup SMTP correctly and just got it working today. When I look in the troubleshoot log it sais there are 479 mails in the failed mail folder.  Question is where do I find this folder.

Thanks,  Chris
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Do a search for the name BadMail on the server's drives, that will turn it up for you!
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