I have two OWA 2003 front-end servers to a back-end clustered (two-node) Exchange 2003 server.
We recently replaced the hardware on one of the back-end clustered nodes, but now we are getting messages stuck in the Default SMTP Virtual Server queue for each of the OWA 2003 servers.
It's only 2 or 3 messages going from email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. The only Exchange-related services running on the OWA 2003 servers is the System Attendant, the Routing Engine, IIS and SMTP. HTTP is active in System Manager and the Default SMTP Virtual Server is disabled on both OWA 2003 servers.
I've tried deleting 1 message before, but more came back (i wouldn't normally do this of course). How can I route the messages appropriately and keep anything from getting stuck in the Default SMTP Virtual Server queue on the OWA servers. I would think anything would get stuck in there anyway.