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Flushing the queue in Exhcnage 2010

Posted on 2011-03-24
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I had for roughly 30 min setup and played with journaling on my exchange 2010 cas/hub. After getting a good understanding on what it did I shut everything down and thought it was all done.

Now there are roughly 200+ email in the queue for journaling and I cannot remove them. I have been  looking in the properties of an email and it stated:

"The failure was replaced by a retry response because the message was marked for retry if rejected."

Is there a cmdlet that will allow me to force or override this? I would just like them to go away.

Thanks
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by:mwkalt
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Looks like I put this in the wrong zone...sorry
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stop your microsoft exchange transport service
Locate the location of the queue (it's an EDB file)
Rename the folder and recreate an empty folder
Restart the transport service.
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by:mwkalt
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Perfect thank you very much!

Worked like a charm.
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