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Monitor Exchange 2007 queues and send alerts

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What is the best way to monitor exchange 2007 queues and send alerts when it reaches a certain treshold.
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U can use third party softwares or Microsoft Monitoring tools to do that
Exchange 2007 doesnot have inbuilt feature to do that
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