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Exchange 2003 SP2 NDR's stuck in queue

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I seem to get getting a lot of NDR's that get stuck in my SMTP queue.

Any way to stop this. (All the NDR's are spam messages)

My current setup is Windows 2003 /w Exchange 2003 SP2.

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You can "empty" the queue or Exchange will time out the messages and remove them from the queue. You should verify that you are not open to relay.
Check out Simon's site!
http://www.amset.info/exchange/spam-cleanup.asp

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