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Hi

In Exchange 2003 ESM, there are multiple queues that I'm not sure do what;

DSN Messages pending submission
Local Delivery
Messages waiting directory lookup

Can someone expand?
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This article explains the queue folder types...
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Queue_Viewer_Improvements_in_Exchange_2003.html
hope this helps
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