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A script to purge dead letter messages in Windows 2008 R2 MSMQ

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Hello,

Can anyone refer me to any kind of script that can purge dead letter messages in Windows 2008 R2 message queue?

Thank you for your help.
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Here are some link that will help you delete the deadletter queue
This is PowerShell scripting
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TomasP
Did you forget to include the link?
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Tomas,
The original question was not celar enough.
We are looking for a way to purge messages from deadletter queue, and not deleting the queue itself.
Any idea?

Thanks,
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Thanks for the help.

I do have a couple of questions:
   1. Can this method purge the Dead Letter system queue?
   2. How would I find the path to the queue?

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