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Posted on 2006-06-23
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When you encounter 'Advanced queue failed to deliver message', where are the messages and can they be recovered/resubmitted to the queue?
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That usually means
- either an AV or Antispam product has scanned the message and deleted/quarantined it.
- you have a problem with your database.

If the former, then it depends on the product being used.
If the latter, then no.

Depends on whether it is happening frequently or not to diagnose whether it is an application or database problem.

Simon.
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