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Configure "queue size" event log alerts inExchange 2007 on SBS 2008

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Hi Guys,

I am trying to configure "queue size" event log alerts in Exchange 2007 on SBS 2008. basically if a queue reaches a certain size - i want an entry in the Application Event log.

Can anyone help please?

Thanks,

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I've setup monitors/alerts for theese WMI counter on Exchange 2010, the WMI counters might be similar on Exchange 2007


MSExchangeTransport Queues \ Active Mailbox Delivery Queue Length
MSExchangeTransport Queues \ Active Non-Smtp Delivery Queue Length
MSExchangeTransport Queues \ Active Remote Delivery Queue Length
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