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MAPI queues backing up on hub transport servers

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I have 20 mailstores on and exchange 2007 mailbox cluster on windows 2003. One of my stores is down, and my mapi queues on my two hub transport servers are backlogged. Activesync is also very slow and heavily delayed. Can this be the result of this one mailstopre being down? Outlook Web Access is ok.
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The Transports will keep re-trying to deliver mail to the downed store. The retry interval increases each time, so will not place a continued high load.

When the store is back up - you may want to manually re-try the connection from the HUBs to get mail flowing again.

Activesync will keep trying to deliver changes to the mailboxes, like a cached outlook client.
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so the mapi queues on the hub transport should not have 100 to 200 emails in them just because 1 out of 20 mailstores is down? it has to be something else causing my activesync problems and event 1016?
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