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I have numerous users on my Exchange Server(5.5), OS, Xp & NT, keep saying when they delete messages its freezing up. Does anyone know what could be a issue /

I have checked pc itself but did not find anything.
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by:JonSh
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Exchange server has tools to clean up it's message databases.  Sounds like you might have corruption in some database.

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Is there any article about clean up tool ? where I can find the article about this issue ? thanx
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Do some research about ESEUTIL; a lot of research.  You can also make a test server, dump your database on it, and clean it up as a test.  Believe me, you do not want to mess around with the (often volitile) Exchange database without a great backup.

FYI - this is where it is sometimes a good choice to pull in an expert or call Microsoft.  Pay more this time, but learn what they are doing to fix the problem.
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BrianKronberg is absolutely correct....this is dangerous stuff.  In fact, I think my own answer needed more to be useful, having thought about it :)
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