There is a nice post-SP1 tool (BadMailAdmin.exe) that is available in Exchange 2003 that automates the maintenance of the BADMAIL folder. You can also use this tool for Exchange 2000.
BadMailAdmin.exe tool is used to automatically delete, disable or archive messages in the BADMAIL folder. You can use the Windows task scheduler to automate the tool and keep your clients BADMAIL folder below its size limit.
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