Queue Viewer is a utility in Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 that
allows you to maintain and administer your organization's messaging
Queue Viewer is accessed through Queues in System Manager. Expanding Queues reveals one or more system queues, which are default queues specific to the protocol transporting the messages (SMTP, X.400, or MAPI). The system queues are always visible.
Also visible in Queues are the link queues, visible only if the SMTP
virtual server, X.400 object, or connector is currently holding or
sending messages to another server. Link queues contain outbound
messages heading for the same
For general background information on Queue Viewer, see Concepts.
For information on using Queue Viewer to perform a specific task, see How To.
Why can't I see any messages in my queues?
When I right-click a queue to bring up the context menu, why are the options unavailable, or "grayed out"?
On some of my queues certain menu options are not available, but on others all menu options are available. Why?
How can I quickly find a message that is blocking deliveries from my SMTP virtual server?