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Exchange 2010 outgoing mail location

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Looking for the location of Exchange outgoing email?  
I have external and internal email coming in and internal mail being delivered to users however I cannot get any mail delivered to outside recipients.  

Used to be able to go to Exchange server 2003 and see if messages were hung or waiting for delivery I don't know where that interface is now..
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Queue Viewer. It is in the toolbox.
You can also get it by running this command:
%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Bin\Exchange Queue Viewer.msc

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