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Posted Tuesday, August 06, 2013 1:21 PM


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frick156 (8/6/2013)
This saved my bacon as well. Now, to figure out what it actually does...

thanks!


That query receives (reads) the messages form the mail service broker queue and essentially clears them out.




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Thanks Jack. I read up on RECEIVE before running and assumed that was the case.

My only question would be if a mail item's status was marked as "sent", would that be truly sent, or is there a possibility that one of these "sent" messages were removed by this queue clearing, essentially, not sent?
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