Upcoming change in NACK behavior

Hello and welcome back from the holidays! I will get around to describing how to use acknowledgements and deadlettering soon, but right now, those of you who are already using acknowledgements should know that there is a slight behavior change coming up in Windows Server 2008 and Vista SP1 for certain classes of negative acknowledgements…

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Determining Whether a Remote Queue Exists, Part 2A

Timeouts, acknowledgements, and deadlettering, working together, will help you deal with not just the situation where a remote queue doesn’t exist, but all the other things which could go wrong along a message’s way from sender to destination. MSMQ has two timeouts, which can be set individually for each message: “time to reach queue” (TTRQ)…

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