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exchange 2003 te kuyrukları silmek için freez dediğimde bekletiyor. bunun harddsikin bir dizinii olması lazım burası neresi ve buradan silesim ne değişir.

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Clean up the Exchange queues

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Remove the UCE from the SMTP queues on your
computer. To do this, follow these steps:

Warning During
this process, all messages that are destined to external SMTP recipients
are deleted. Internal e-mail messages and incoming e-mail messages from
the Internet are not affected. These settings are temporary, and the
typical mail flow is restored after the Exchange SMTP queues are cleaned
up.

  1. Start the Server Management tool.
  2. Expand Advanced Management, expand your Exchange
    organization, and then click Connectors.

    Note
    This procedure requires an SMTP connector.

  3. Use one of the
    following methods:

    • If your Windows SBS-based computer does not
      have an SMTP connector, you must create one. To create an SMTP
      connector, follow these steps:

      1. Right-click Connectors, point to New,
        and then click SMTP Connector.
      2. In the Name box, type temporary smtp connector.
      3. Click
        Add, click your Windows SBS-based
        computer in the Server box, and then
        click OK.
      4. Click the Address Space tab, and then click Add.
      5. Click SMTP, click OK,
        leave the asterisk in the E-mail domain
        box, and then click OK.
      6. Click the General tab.
    • If
      your Windows SBS-based computer has an SMTP connector, you must modify
      the connector. Typically, the Windows SBS SMTP connector is named
      SmallBusiness SMTP connector. To modify this connector, follow these
      steps:

      1. Right-click this connector, and then click Properties.

        Note If you have more
        than one SMTP connector, work with the one that contains an asterisk
        in the SMTP address space on the Address Space
        tab.

      2. Click the General
        tab, and then note all the settings that are listed on this tab. You
        must restore these settings after you clean out the Exchange queues.
  4. Click
    Forward all mail through this connector to the
    following smart hosts
    , type an IP address that is not valid,
    and enclose it in square brackets. For example, type [99.99.99.99].
  5. Click the Delivery Options tab, and then click Specify when messages are sent through this connector.
  6. In
    the Connection time list, click Run daily at 11:00 PM, and then click OK.
  7. In the left pane of the Server
    Management tool, expand Servers, expand
    your Windows SBS-based computer, expand Protocols,
    expand SMTP, right-click Default SMTP Virtual Server, and then click Stop.
  8. When the Default SMTP Virtual
    Server has successfully stopped, right-click Default
    SMTP Virtual Server
    , and then click Start.
  9. After the Default SMTP Virtual Server has successfully
    started, wait for about 10 minutes.

    Note When you restart
    the default SMTP virtual server, it re-enumerates the e-mail messages
    and puts them in a single queue for the Windows SBS SMTP connector that
    you configured.

  10. In the left pane of the Server Management
    tool, expand Servers, expand your
    Windows SBS-based computer, and then click Queues.
  11. Note
    the total number of messages that appear next to the Windows SBS SMTP
    connector that you configured. This number must stabilize so that you
    can remove all the e-mail messages at the same time.
  12. Every 15
    minutes, right-click Queues, and then
    click Refresh.
  13. Repeat step 12
    until the number of messages in the Windows SBS SMTP connector queue
    remains constant.
  14. In the right pane, right-click the Windows SBS
    SMTP queue, and then click Find messages.
  15. In
    the Number of messages to be listed in the
    search
    box, click an appropriate number to let you remove all
    the messages at the same time. For example, if you have 900 messages
    that you want to remove, click 1000 in
    the Number of messages to be listed in the search
    box.
  16. Click Find Now.
  17. In
    the Search Results list, select all the
    messages. To do this, click a message, and then press SHIFT+PAGE DOWN.
  18. Right-click
    the selected messages, and then click Delete (no
    NDR)
    .
  19. When you receive the following message, click Yes:
    Are you sure you want
    to delete messages in the queue?

    Note If you are removing
    many messages, the removal process may take a long time.

  20. After
    the messages are successfully removed, close the Find
    Messages connector name
    dialog box.
  21. Right-click
    Queues, and then click Refresh.
  22. Note the total number of
    messages that appear next to the Windows SBS SMTP connector that you
    configured. This number must be zero.
  23. Repeat steps 21 and 22
    about every 5 minutes to make sure that the Windows SBS SMTP queue
    remains at zero messages. If the number of messages in the Windows SBS
    SMTP queue increases, Exchange Server 2003 is still processing messages
    for external delivery. In this scenario, continue to update the display
    until the number of messages in the Windows SBS SMTP queue stabilizes.
  24. Repeat
    steps 14 through 23 until the number of messages in the Windows SBS
    SMTP queue remains at zero. In this scenario, the Exchange Server 2003
    SMTP queues have been cleaned of all the UCE.

After you have
cleaned the Exchange SMTP queues, restore your SMTP connector
configuration to its original settings. If you created a temporary SMTP
connector, remove it. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. In the left
    pane of the Server Management tool, expand Connectors,
    right-click temporary smtp connector,
    and then click Delete.
  2. When you
    receive the following message, click Yes:

    Are you sure you want to delete 'temporary smtp
    connector'

Note After you modify or remove the
SMTP connector, you must restart your SMTP virtual server.

If
the Exchange queues fill with outgoing messages that are waiting to be
delivered to external recipients after you complete this process, your
computer may be configured as an SMTP open relay, or your computer may
be the target of an authenticated relay attack.

For more information about how to resolve this issue, click the
following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge
Base:

324958 

( http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324958/
)

How to block open SMTP relaying and clean up Exchange Server SMTP
queues in Windows Small Business Server

 

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