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Scheduling .bat file on my Exchange 2003 server

Posted on 2006-11-13
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Hello everyone,

I have a batch file (aqadmcli.exe), that I run from the Desktop of my Exchange server. I use it to delete junk messages sent the postmaster account. Anyway; I'm running it manually, but I would like to put it on a schedule to run it automatically.
So in conclusion, I need to know if anyone has a suggestion on how run this batch file based on a schedule.

Thank you,

Aguillon1949  
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Hi Aguillon1949,
Why not use windows task scheduler?

Control panel
schedule tasks

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The Task Scheduler does not seem to give me the option to create an hourly schedule to run the batch file; I would like to run it on an hourly basis,

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After you create the task go to properties
schedule tab
advanced button
Repeat task every 60 min
Set duration to 23 hours


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Great, that worked!

Excellent help,

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Great.

Have a nice day


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