Exchange 2010 - Public Folder Queue

We have several Public Folder replicas. For some Email enabled folders, the messages are delayed. I suspect this could be due to PF replications which is set for 15min. I'd like to actually see where these are during the delay so I can prove to my colleagues what's going on. I've checked the Queue Viewer but don't see any of my test emails. Can anybody direct me to where these emails will be located?

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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
The replication messages aren't stored anywhere, they are only generated once the replication time occurs.
Therefore there is nothing that you can see.
If you have replication set to 15 minutes then that will be the cause of delays. It should be set to always for immediate replication.

Simon.
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mkllpitAuthor Commented:
Understood about the replication not being stored, but during the initial sending process from my Outlook, doesn't hit a queue? Could I see it there?
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mkllpitAuthor Commented:
Also, I believe in order to force replication of the folder I need to click Update
Content, but the message is still delayed leading me to believe it is not necessarily a replication timing thing, but the message is stuck in the queue some where and hasn't been delivered yet.
Any ideas on how to check?
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
When you send an email to a public folder it will be delivered immediately. You would only see it in the queue if there was a delivery problem. That is unrelated to replication.

There is no such thing as a replication queue. You cannot see what messages are awaiting replication.

Simon.
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mkllpitAuthor Commented:
thanks, that worked.
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