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local mapidelivery failing - 16.Feb.2009 11:35:56 PM   


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I have two front end hub/cas servers which have suddenly had mail delivery problems.  It appears local delivery between the hub servers and the mail servers will suddenly stop and grow.  It seems the only way I can clear this is by moving the mailbox cluster from one node to the other and than rebooting the hub servers.  Ive ran the troubleshooters, however no problems appear.  Ive been looking around and did notice that the mail.que file happens to be quite large at 8 gb.  I do have 30 stores on the mailbox server and had increased the size of the transport dumpster to 1 gb.  Would this cause the mail.que file to grow this large?  Ive been looking at this for over 10 hours now and havent had much luck.  It does seem the problem happens more during busy times of the day.  the servers had been operating fine for over a month however i have been placing 20 - 40 new users on the mailbox per day for the past week which was fine up until sunday.  the submission que never backs up either, its always the local mail delivery from the hubs to the mailbox server.  I am also running GFI on the hub servers, but have not had any issues with it or any updates on it lately.  All the servers were updated to rollup 6 due to the recent virus scare.  any help would be appreciated.
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RE: local mapidelivery failing - 17.Feb.2009 12:57:32 AM   
Elan Shudnow


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The Transport Dumpster size is per storage group.  You said you have 40 Databases.  If you have 40 Storage Groups, you essentially have 40GB of potential data that can fill up the Transport Dumpster.


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