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Exchange 2007 is suddenly queing all incoming mail

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Our Exchange 2007 server has started to queue all incoming email from the internet.
I can see the message via the queue viewer but I don't have an option to release the message.
More importantly,  the emails are being queued for about 7 to 8 minutes before it's released and delivered to my mailbox.  Any insight to this is greatly appreciated.
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Did you try restarting the Transport service?
Do you have any network issue between the HUB and mailbox servers?
Since the messages are delivered with a delay, i am sure all the databases are mounted, but do you have any performance issue (high CPU, high memory, etc)
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Are you using any antivirus plug-ins to exchange?  I've seen that cause mail to get stuck in the queues before.
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