It's in the suspended state because it's waiting for a mail to send. When a mail is sent, it will run, send the mail then go back to waiting for a mail to send.
When you're looking at waits and suspended processes, ignore the system processes, they usually are in a waiting state, because they're waiting for work to do. This is not a problem, if the mail process was running continually, I'd be rather worried.
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