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What Send connector exists on every Hub Transport server and is implicitly created and invisible and requires no management
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The intra-organization Send connector.
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By default, Send connector protocol log files are located in the folder C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\TransportRoles\Logs\ProtocolLog\SmtpSend, and Receive connector protocol log files are located in the folder C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\TransportRoles\Logs\ProtocolLog\SmtpReceive. The naming convention for log files in each protocol log directory is prefixyyyymmdd -nnnn.log. The placeholders represent the following information:
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The placeholder prefix is SEND for Send connectors or RECV for Receive connectors. The placeholder yyyymmdd is the UTC date on which the log file was created, where yyyy = year, mm = month, and dd = day. The placeholder nnnn is an instance number that starts at the value of 1 for each day.
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Information is written to the log file until the file size reaches its maximum specified value and a new log file that has an incremented instance number is opened. This process is repeated throughout the day. Circular logging deletes the oldest log files when the protocol log directory reaches its maximum specified size or when a log file reaches its maximum specified age. Protocol log files are text files that contain data in CSV format. Each protocol log file has a header that contains the following information:
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The name of the software that created the protocol log file. Typically, the value is Microsoft Exchange Server. The version number of the software that created the protocol log file. Currently, the value is 8.0.0.0. The log type. The value of this field is either SMTP Receive Protocol Log or SMTP Send Protocol Log. The UTC date-time when the log file was created. The UTC date-time is represented in the ISO 8601 date-time format: yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss.fffZ, where
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yyyy = year, mm = month, dd = day, hh = hour, mm = minute, ss = second, fff = fractions of a second, and Z = Zulu, which is another way to denote UTC.
The comma-delimited field names that are used in the protocol log files.
The protocol log stores each SMTP protocol event on a single line in the protocol log file. The information that is on each line is organized by fields, separated by commas. The fields that are used to classify each protocol event are listed in Table 10-6.
Table 10-6 Protocol Log Fields
Field Name date-time connector-id session-id sequence-number local endpoint
Description The UTC date-time of the protocol event. The distinguished name (DN) of the connector that is associated with the SMTP event. A GUID that is unique for each SMTP session but is the same for each event that is associated with that SMTP session. A counter that starts at 0 and is incremented for each event in the same SMTP session. The local endpoint of an SMTP session. This consists of an IP address and TCP/IP port number and is formatted as <IP address>:<port>. The remote endpoint of an SMTP session. This consists of an IP address and TCP/IP port number and is formatted as <IP address>:<port>. A single character that represents the protocol event. The possible values for event are + (Connect), (Disconnect), > (Send), < (Receive), and * (Information). Text information that is associated with the SMTP event. Additional contextual information that might be associated with the SMTP event.
remote endpoint
event
data context
You can use display, analysis, and report generation software that reads CSV files, for example, Microsoft Access, Excel, or SQL Server, to analyze protocol log files. You can also obtain information about Send and Receive connectors by entering commands based on
Lesson 2: Monitoring Client Connectivity
the Get-SendConnector and Get ReceiveConnector cmdlets. For example, to get information about the Contoso.internal Send connector, you enter the following command:
Get-SendConnector "Contoso.internal Send Connector" | Format-List
Figure 10-32 shows the output from this command.
Figure 10-32 Send connector information
To get information about the Litwareinc.internal Receive connector, you enter the following command:
Get-ReceiveConnector "Litwareinc.internal Receive Connector" | Format-List
Figure 10-33 shows the output from this command.
Testing POP3 and IMAP4 Connectivity
Monitoring SMTP protocol logs lets you determine whether problems are occurring with the SMTP protocol that enables users to send e-mail messages. However, to check client connectivity, you also need to test that users can receive e-mail messages by using POP3 or IMAP4 clients. Earlier in this lesson, you saw how you could enable POP3 and IMAP4 on an Exchange Server 2007 server that has the Client Access role installed. You can check whether the services are running on a server by using the PowerShell commands Get-Service MSExchangePop3 and Get-Service MSExchangeImap4. Figure 10-34 shows the output from these commands. On the client side, you can use PowerShell commands based on the Set-CASMailbox cmdlet to enable or disable POP3 and IMAP4 for a specified mailbox. For example,
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