The INBOUND queue would be the workqueue. That is where messages end up immediately after reciept and while they are being processed. You can type 'workqueue status' from the CLI to find out how many messages are in the queue.
Try using 'workqueue rate x' where x is a number in seconds to refresh to see an updating status display.
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