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Those of you familiar with Exchange 2000/2003 s queue management will find the management in Exchange 2007 relatively similar, with some new features to hone in on messages you are trying to find You will find queue management within the Exchange Management Console by navigating to the Toolbox node in the console tree and doubleclicking the Queue Viewer icon in the results pane, as shown in Figure 6-21
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Managing Hub Transport Servers
Figure 6-21 Navigating to the Queue Viewer in the management console
Queues are dynamically created based on destination, so in my basic example in Figure 6-22, you can see there are only two queues You should note that with a queue selected, you are presented with options in the action pane such as: View Messages the queue Opens a new tab and displays the messages contained within
Suspend Pauses the queue and replaces Suspend with Resume as an action in the action pane Remove Messages (With NDR) Deletes the message and sends the originator of the message a non-delivery report (NDR), stating that the message was not delivered Remove Messages (Without Sending NDRs) Deletes the message, but does not send an NDR to the message originator
If you select to view the messages, a new tab appears for the related queue, as shown in Figure 6-23, and you are presented with a list of messages in that queue (if appropriate) Note first a similar set of actions in the action pane that will apply only to the message(s) you choose before selecting the appropriate actions link
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
Figure 6-22 Managing queues in the Queue Viewer
Figure 6-23 Managing messages in a single queue
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Managing Hub Transport Servers
Selecting the Properties link in the action pane will show you detailed information on the selected message, including message ID, source IP address, the error causing the message to remain stuck in the queue, e-mail addresses of both the sender and recipient, and more, as shown in Figure 6-24 The last thing you should notice about queue management is the improved filtering interface, shown in Figure 6-25, which allows you to quickly and easily narrow the focus from hundreds or potentially thousands of messages in a queue to the few or one message of interest This can be based on 12 different criteria that map to nearly every piece of information presented in the message properties
Figure 6-24 Viewing the properties of a message in the queue
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
Figure 6-25 Filtering messages with the Queue Viewer
SUMMARY
In this chapter, I covered the routing basics of Exchange, discussed the various routing elements, how they all work together, and how to manage them At this point, you should have a working understanding of how routing works in Exchange, although there is much more detail that you can dive into You can find more on Microsoft s Web site should you desire to explore this In the next chapter, I ll switch gears and cover the newest addition to Exchange: Unified Messaging and then cover Edge Transport-specific features and management in 9
Managing Unified Messaging
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: A Beginner s Guide
ne of the most prominent feature changes in Exchange 2007 is the inclusion of Unified Messaging services If you aren t familiar with this concept, take your voice mail system and fax solution and marry it with Exchange Well, OK, that s oversimplifying it a bit Let me elaborate Unified Messaging (UM) in Exchange combines voice mail, faxing, and traditional e-mail messages and provides access to them via your Exchange mailbox Access to any of these message types is available from Office Outlook, Outlook Web Access (OWA), and mobile devices Voice and e-mail messages can also be accessed by a new service, Outlook Voice Access (OVA), where voice messages can be played and e-mail messages and calendar items can be read, created, and managed Using a single storage medium for three different message formats provides you with the ability to reduce the number of servers (no separate fax or voice mail server for storage needed), as well as your backup strategy (you only need to back up your mailbox databases) In this chapter, I ll look at the configuration and utilization of the UM server role
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