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How do I increase exchange hub DSN delay threshold

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What command can I run to increase my exchange 2007 hub transport dsn delay threshold. My queues on the hubs are growing, I won't be able to clear them for a few more hours, but I don't want NDRs to start going back to people. Can use the set-transportconfig cmdlet?

I am starting to receive Exchange 2007 Delay DSNs Errors.

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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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You can use the following command to get the current DelayNotificationTimeout...
Get-TransportServer <servername> | select Name, DelayNotificationTimeout
(4 hours is default vaule)

If you want to change this vaule you can use the following command below...
Set-TransportServer -Identity <servername> -DelayNotificationTimeout 13:00:00
(above command changes this vaule to 13 hours)

Will.
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thank you for the quick response. much appreciated
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