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Have many emails in my submission queue exchange 2007, need to remove as a user is sending them out erronously

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I have a user mailbox that has been hit by a virus/malware and has filled up my Submission queue.  I cannot use any of the tricks to remove emails from the queue because they say they cannot be done.  Same holds true when you try to remove from the submission queue in the queue viewer from the management console.  Anyone have any good ideas for clearing these out in bulk?
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Even though this isn't what I originally wanted to do I determined it was the only option.
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