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By default, Exchange System Manager does not show the exact Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) and X.400 queues that are being monitored. This article describes how to find out which queues are being monitored.
In Exchange System Manager, you can add the SMTP queue and the X.400 queue to Exchange 2000 monitoring. To do so:
In Exchange System Manager, open the properties of the Exchange 2000 server.
Click the Monitoring tab.
Click Add, select SMTP queue growth and X.400 queue growth, and then click OK.
To find out which queues are being monitored, you can run Wbemtest.exe from the following location on your Exchange 2000 server:
Connect to the Root\default folder, and then change the namespace to "root\cimv2\applications\exchange".
In the "root\cimv2\applications\exchange" namespace, run Wbemtest.exe.
Open the Queries window, and then run one of the following queries:
select * from ExchangeLink where (ProtocolName = "SMTP" and StateScheduled = FALSE and StateFrozen = FALSE and GlobalStop = FALSE)
select * from ExchangeLink where (ProtocolName = "X400" and StateScheduled = FALSE and StateFrozen = FALSE and GlobalStop = FALSE)
Based on the query that you run, the result lists all the links that are under either the SMTP queue or the X.400 queue.