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Exchange 2010 message queue

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Can't figure out how to monitor message queue. In the older versions of exchange there was a queue viewer. I don't see that now.
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by:Alan Hardisty
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Open Exchange Management Console> Toolbox (way down the bottom) and click on Queue Viewer in the middle pane, then Open Tool in the Action pane.
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You can also create a new MMC snapin and add "Queue Viewer"

Start > Run.. > mmc

File > Add/Remove Snap-ins > Queue Viewer
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<-- second's Alan's post.
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Okay - so my correct solution posted first was wrong or not even worthy of an assist.

Many thanks.
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