How do I clear out a queue from a Routing Group Connector in Ex2003 esm?

Posted on 2010-09-15
Last Modified: 2013-11-30
I have an Exchange 2003 that is interoperating with our new Exchange 2010 server.   It was compromised last night  and the outbound routing group connector to ex2010 has over 15k emails in it that I'd like to just clear out.  
Question by:sndmnsix
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by:Seth Simmons
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Clear out as in delete them all or fix the connector to pass mail through?

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brammer90 earned 500 total points
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ok 2 jobs you need to do and they are documetned here :

it refers to sbs2003 but is the same for exchange

good luck

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ID: 33688138
This worked out very well.  My initial problem began due to adding a private (supposedly trust subnet) to my SMTP Virtual Server.  Thanks for the enlightenment.


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