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Long story short.. I had a failed exchange server that was rebuilt and restored from tape.
I have some messages that are in teh local delivery queue.... looking through the tool to see these messages I see a lot of them are from outside senders but most are from internal senders and it lists smtp email addresses...

Can someone explain to me the internal workings of Exchange 2003 in regards to local delivery of email.. does it use the SMTP server to do this?  Seems like the MTA would handle this as in 5.5??

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