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There are two different levels of message tracking that can be configured on a specific Exchange server:
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Standard This logs the date, time, message ID, sender, and recipient of every message sent, received, or routed by the server Extended This adds subject, message headers, and other information to the message tracking logs generated by Standard message logging
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To configure message tracking on Box16, open the Properties Sheet for Box16 under the Servers container in the Seattle administrative group On the General tab, there are two checkboxes relating to message tracking (Figure 247):
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Enable message tracking Selecting this checkbox enables Standard message logging Enable subject logging and display Selecting this checkbox (and the previous one) enables Extended message logging
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Figure 247 Enabling message tracking for server Box16
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Select both checkboxes and close the Properties Sheet Configure message tracking on the other Exchange servers in the testbed deployment you are working with Then log onto various mailboxes using different clients and send messages between these clients to generate information
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for the message tracking logs As a simple example, I sent a message from seauser@mtitcom in Seattle to vanuser@mtitcom in Vancouver To track this message, right-click on Message Tracking Center (under Tools in System Manager) and select Track Message from the shortcut menu (Figure 248) This opens the Message Tracking Center, which is used to collect information from the tracking logs on servers on which message tracking is enabled and display this information in a readable form to allow you to track specific messages as they move through your organization
Figure 248 The Message Tracking Center
In the From field, click Browse and select seauser from Active Directory and then vanuser in the Sent To field Select all servers in your organization in the Servers field Now click Find Now to read all information concerning the message from the tracking logs on each server and combine this information into a history of the route taken by the message through your organization Possible message(s) should be displayed in the bottom listbox of the Message Tracking Center window Select the desired message from the list and click Message History to display the tracking details of the message (Figure 249) You can select any step in the message history and click Details to obtain more information
Monitoring and Maintenance
Figure 249 Displaying the message history of a selected message
Make sure you have lots of free disk space on the servers when you enable message tracking on them On the General tab of the Properties Sheet for a server under Log File Maintenance (Figure 247), you can specify how long information in message tracking log files is maintained on the server before being purged Make sure this setting is enabled and a period specified during which message tracking or log files may grow until the server stops functioning due to lack of available disk space
Queues
Another essential aspect of monitoring an Exchange organization is monitoring of message queues These queues are used to temporarily store messages while they are waiting to be processed and routed to
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their destinations In the section on monitors, we learned that increasing numbers of messages in a queue could indicate problems with a connector or network connectivity, but there are many more ways you can manage queues and the messages within them, as we will see shortly
Types of Queues
Exchange 2000 messaging queues can be classified into one of two categories:
System queues These include queues for SMTP messaging (default transport for Exchange), X400 MTA (used for transferring messages with foreign X400 messaging systems), and MAPI (used for Lotus Notes, Lotus cc:Mail, and Novell GroupWise connectors) Link queues These are instantiated when Exchange has to route multiple messages to the same destination
SMTP Queues
SMTP queues are the most important because SMTP is the underlying message transport for Exchange SMTP queues exist on a per-virtualserver basis in Exchange, with a separate set of queues for each SMTP virtual server The different types of SMTP queues are (Figure 2410):
Pre-Submission This queue contains messages that have been received by the SMTP virtual server but have not yet been processed for delivery Local delivery This queue contains messages being routed for delivery to a mailbox in the local machine s information store Messages awaiting directory lookup This queue contains messages whose recipients have not yet had their addresses resolved from Active Directory Messages waiting to be routed This queue contains messages ready for routing to a remote server by passing them to the appropriate link queue <Connector_Name> This queue contains messages queued for delivery through the specified connector Final destination currently unreachable This queue contains messages that cannot be routed because their destination domains cannot be resolved
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