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Can I prioritise messages from a specific user to be lower than all other users?

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We have an email broadcast application that sends broadcasts from an inhouse application using our Exchange 2007 SP1 server, the application doesn't use Outlook. The problem I have is that when we send a broadcast it clogs the message queue on the server meaning any 'normal' e-mail has to wait for the broadcast to finish before getting sent.
What I would like to do is have all mail from the 'broadcast' user be lower priority than anything else so we don't slow normal e-mails from being delivered. Is this possible?
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Please go through the below Microsoft article to understand and configure Priority Queuing in Exchange 2007 Sp1
Understanding Priority Queuing in Exchange 2007 SP1
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb691107(EXCHG.80).aspx
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