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Releasing email from the queues

Posted on 2007-03-21
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If the Network was down for 1 hour and I rebooted the router and firewall How do I release the any email messages that are stuck in the exchange server somewhere....?
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Unfreeze the messages.

You have to wait for the Global Catalog to start processing again.  

You'll see the queue empty out.
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Shouldn't have to do anything. Exchange will send the messages out on its own. The messages shouldn't even be frozen, simply in a retry state. You can restart the SMTP service, that will often kick the messages out.

Simon.
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