When deleting a queue the JMSPostQueueDeletionCallback#callback will
invoke PostOfficeImpl#getBindingsForAddress which will create a
Bindings instance if one doesn't exist. This will trigger the creation
of a PagingStore instance which will be stored by the PagingManager
and may never be deleted. This is particularly problematic for use-cases
involving temporary JMS queues.
This change uses the lookupBindingsForAddress instead of
getBindingsForAddress which doesn't implicitly create a Bindings
This problem doesn't exist on the master branch as the
JMSPostQueueDeletionCallback no longer exists there.