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Exchange 2010 mailbox in queue

Posted on 2014-03-27
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Hi There,

I had used exchange for more than 2 years, this phenomena just happened last week,

could expert advise on why the mailbox is line up at queue?

Thanks
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What exactly are you wondering about?

It is not unusual for a mailbox database name to appear as one of the 'queues' / groupings in the queue viewer;  if there have been incoming messages being held up for delivery to   any mailbox(es) on that database.
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