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Exchange 2007/2010 Delivery Queue service

The Exchange 2007/2010 Delivery Queue service uses a Windows agent to monitor the message queues of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2010.

Service Type WMI
Instances on a Device 100
Supported Systems/Applications Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
Device Class Server - Windows
Monitored By Windows agent
Scan Interval 15 minutes
Queue Name Enter the name of the SNMP queue to monitor. For a list of SMTP queues, query the Win32_PerfRawData_MSExchangeTransportQueues_MSExchangeTransportQueues WMI class. The default value is _total.

Status details

Status Detail Description
Active Mailbox Delivery Queue Length (Messages) The number of active items in the mailbox delivery queue.
Active Non-SMTP Delivery Queue Length (Messages) The number of active items in the non-SMTP delivery queue.
Active Remote Delivery Queue Length (Messages) The number of active items in the remote delivery queue.
Aggregate Delivery Queue Length All Queues (Messages) The total number of items in all of the delivery queues.
Largest Delivery Queue Length (Messages) The largest number of items in any of the delivery queues.
Poison Queue Length (Messages) The number of items in the poison delivery queue. This is the special queue used to isolate messages determined to be harmful to the Exchange server after a transport server or service failure.
Retry Mailbox Delivery Queue Length (Messages) The number of items in retry in the mailbox delivery queue.
Retry Non-SMTP Delivery Queue Length (Messages) The number of items in retry in the non-SMTP delivery queue.
Retry Remote Delivery Queue Length (Messages) The number of items in retry in the remote delivery queue.
Submission Queue Length (Messages) The number of items in the submission queue. This is the queue used to gather all messages that the transport agents resolve, route, and process on the transport server.
Unreachable Queue Length (Messages) The number of items in the unreachable queue. This is the queue used for messages that Exchange cannot route to their destinations.