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Hi all,

i have a exchange 2007. i want to know how to set SMTP queue growth monitoring with a email alert in exchange 2007. i know this setting was in exchange 2003. but where in exchange 2007. i am able to set monitoring with Exchange server performance monitor. but how to attach email notification. please give your valuable suggestions.

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this is always an interesting one .. Why?  well if you have large queue you may not get the emai!
I use a couple of powerscripts to log queue data and report the queue length.
So the best way would be to either log something to the eventlog and comb the event log for issues or use a GUI

I wrote this a while back and updated it last week.  Check this out, it might help? http://blogs.flaphead.dns2go.com/archive/2008/10/31/get-allqueuesgui-ps1-v1-5-24-october-2008.aspx

If you want it do some alerting, let me know and I can add it
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Is it possible through GUI like exchange 2003 , its so simple in exchange 2003.
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Exchange 2007 has a really cr@ppy interface in the "toolbox" portion for viewing queues and it's a backwards set from Exchange 2003 :-(  That's why knocked up the script
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