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The EXPAND event tells us the domain controller used by the hub transport to retrieve group membership as well as the number of recipients after resolution and a list of some of the returned addresses:
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Timestamp ClientIp ClientHostname ServerIp ServerHostname SourceContext ConnectorId Source EventId InternalMessageId MessageId Recipients Tude.Palma@contoso.com} RecipientStatus TotalBytes RecipientCount RelatedRecipientAddress Reference MessageSubject Sender ReturnPath MessageInfo MessageLatency MessageLatencyType EventData : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 5/20/2010 12:09:00 PM
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ExServer1 ADRoot.contoso.com ROUTING EXPAND 186 <7EE157F867DA3748A78C307F947768AB01813380@ExServer1.contoso.com> {Christen.Anderson@contoso.com, Samantha.Smith@contoso.com, {250 2.1.5 RESOLVER.GRP.Expanded; distribution list expanded} 4679 3 ContractsStaff@contoso.com Fabrikam contract Samantha.Smith@contoso.com Samantha.Smith@contoso.com
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Much the same processing occurs for messages sent to dynamic distribution groups, and the EXPAND event occurs when the transport service executes the OPATH query against Active Directory to determine the group membership. Incoming messages that are processed by a hub transport server and delivered to a mailbox server are captured by a RECEIVE event to log the incoming message and a DELIVER event when the message is delivered to the server hosting the mailbox database. The entry that records the RECEIVE event also captures some information about the remote server that sent the message and how the incoming message is processed by Exchange. We can see this by reviewing the full entry as shown here:
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Timestamp ClientIp ClientHostname ServerIp ServerHostname : : : : : 5/20/2010 12:09:00 PM fe80::3ccc:8a87:db9b:87 EXSERVER1.contoso.com fe80::3ccc:8a87:db9b:87%12 ExServer1
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SourceContext : 08CCC5C2F0411297 ConnectorId : Source : STOREDRIVER EventId : RECEIVE InternalMessageId : 186 MessageId : <7EE157F867DA3748A78C307F947768AB01813380@ExServer1.contoso.com> Recipients : {ContractsStaff@contoso.com, Kim.Akers@contoso.com} RecipientStatus : {To, Cc} TotalBytes : 4679 RecipientCount : 2 RelatedRecipientAddress : Reference : MessageSubject : Fabrikam contract Sender : Samantha.Smith@contoso.com ReturnPath : Samantha.Smith@contoso.com MessageInfo : 04I: MessageLatency : MessageLatencyType : None EventData : {[MailboxDatabaseGuid, 86137325-d162-4655-a3f6-f9ddf4ccbd4a], [ItemEntryId, 00-00-00-00-3F-B3-69-A2-69-A7-FC-4B-BC-C6-8D-C2-2D-FD-EE-41-07-00-7E-E1-57-F867-DA-37-48-A7-8C-30-7F-94-77-68-AB-00-00-00-85-AD-95-00-00-7E-E1-57-F8-67-DA-37-48-A7-8C-307F-94-77-68-AB-00-00-01-81-33-83-00-00]}
Outgoing messages that are transmitted outside Exchange travel across an SMTP or other connector to their destination. This example shows a SEND event logged for an SMTP message sent across a connector named Intra-Organization SMTP Send Connector to the exedge1.contoso.com (Edge transport) server. Again, because the message is leaving the Exchange organization, the message information fields at the end of the entry capture some information about how long the message took in transit.
Timestamp : 5/20/2010 12:16:04 PM ClientIp : 192.165.65.50 ClientHostname : ExServer1 ServerIp : 192.165.65.71 ServerHostname : ExEdge1.contoso.com SourceContext : 08CCC5C2F041129F;250 2.6.0 <7EE157F867DA3748A78C307F947768AB01813590@ExServer1.contoso.com> [InternalId=20] Queued mail for delivery ConnectorId : Intra-Organization SMTP Send Connector Source : SMTP EventId : SEND InternalMessageId : 192 MessageId : <7EE157F867DA3748A78C307F947768AB01813590@ExServer1.contoso.com> Recipients : {JSmith@fabrikam.com} RecipientStatus : {250 2.1.5 Recipient OK} TotalBytes : 4706 RecipientCount : 1 RelatedRecipientAddress : Reference :
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MessageSubject Sender ReturnPath MessageInfo MessageLatency MessageLatencyType EventData
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RE: Fabrikam contract Samantha.Smith@contoso.com Samantha.Smith@contoso.com 2010-05-20T11:16:03.955Z;LSRV=EXSERVER1.contoso.com:TOTAL=0 00:00:01 LocalServer
Measuring message latency
Exchange 2010 introduces latency measurement into the transport service to allow products such as Microsoft System Center Operations Manager to generate reports about server performance that can be used to compare against service level agreements (SLAs). Exchange captures latency data as messages pass through the transport service and writes the information into the message tracking log entries. If you look back at the message tracking log entries we have just reviewed, you can see the latency data in the MessageLatency and MessageLatencyType fields of the log entries. It s difficult to make sense of the data from individual entries because they don t make much sense until the full picture is assembled to measure the path of a message or messages from submission to final delivery. You can get some idea of how the data might be used by running the Get-MessageTrackingLog cmdlet to select some messages and piping the output to the ConvertTo-MessageLatency.ps1 script in the \Scripts directory. It s best if you do this with some messages that you send so that you can put your knowledge of the messages and their recipients into context with the results reported by the script. For example, here s a command to illustrate how to feed some tracking log data into the script and some edited highlights of the resulting output:
Get-MessageTrackingLog Sender 'andy.ruth@contoso.com' Start '05/20/2010 12:30' End '05/20/2010 13:30' | .\ConvertTo-MessageLatency.ps1
InternalMessageId MessageId MessageLatency MessageLatencyType ComponentServerFqdn ComponentCode ComponentName ComponentLatency InternalMessageId MessageId MessageLatency MessageLatencyType ComponentServerFqdn
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206 <7EE157F867DA3748A78C307F947768AB018135A8@ExServer1.contoso.com> 00:00:01.9840000 LocalServer EXSERVER1.contoso.com CAT Categorizer 00:00:01 206 <7EE157F867DA3748A78C307F947768AB018135A8@ExServer1.contoso.com> 00:00:48.4370000 EndToEnd EXSERVER1.contoso.com
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