This is actually due to an underlying library that FR relies on for mail distribution. I've discussed this with the authors in the past and they believe it isn't the libraries job to perform queuing which is true to a point. My best recommendation in this space if you have unreliable upstream relays is to install a local queue.
FR 1.2 also does a little bit more to make this process more robust but it does still expect mail to be available 24/7.
That being said have a look at the scripts in:
There is one there you can run in the console to delete organisations.
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On 17/08/2011, at 5:40 AM, murray Martin wrote: