We use terminal servers and users sending large e-mails was a real problem before I configured my ASA to police SMTP traffic. Now users are not bothered anymore by large e-mails being sent, but another issue has come up. A couple of users are letting me know that they are receiving several messages that say their e-mail is delayed. I know this is a side affect of me policing the SMTP traffic. When to many e-mails are trying to be sent at once, the traffic is dropped and forced to retry. I would imagine the e-mail will eventually get sent, which is fine. However, it seems like many e-mails are just sitting in the queue and don't retry immediately. I am not sure if this is accurate or not but it looks to me like most e-mails were in the queue all day today. Is their a way to force Exchange 2007 to continuously retry e-mails? Can I push these out somehow so that as many are being sent and retried as much as possible?