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on Edge Transport servers, you can leave it in its default state and start it from the Services snap-in (servicesmsc) or from the shell using the following command, before you start tracking messages:
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To track messages using the Exchange console, you will need to use the Message Tracking utility located in the Toolbox section of the console Clicking the Message Tracking button launches the Exchange Troubleshooting Assistant in a separate window Be confused not, dear Exchange administrator: This is the new tool that allows you to track messages! Every time the tool starts, it checks for updates You can cancel the update check by clicking a button, or you can wait for a few seconds until the check is complete and you land on another screen, which generally informs you no updates could be found (unless there are any) and urges you to click another button to go to the Welcome screen Here, you can track messages using a number of parameters In addition to the parameters seen in Exchange Server 2000/2003 (MessageID, Sender, Server, Recipients, Start and End times), the additional parameters that can be used to search for and track messages are EventID, InternalMessageID, Subject, and Reference
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Exchange shell command used, just as many Exchange console wizards and dialog boxes do This is a great tool to learn Message Tracking and its parameters, allowing an easier transition to the shell over a period of time, as one gets more comfortable with it
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Among these parameters, the one that requires some understanding is EventID The events detailed in Table 7-16 are logged in the tracking log for a message As is clear from this list, all messages have multiple entries in the Message Tracking log, once each for more than one of these EventIDs If the search is not constrained using one of these EventIDs, or other parameters such as Sender, Recipient, and so on, more often than not one would be looking at a huge set of results This makes looking for that particular message you want to track like looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack
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Having gone through the Exchange console s Message Tracking tool and having failed at being able to hide my lackadaisical opinion of it let s head over to the Exchange shell and do some power message tracking! The command to use is Get-MessageTrackingLog Yes, it s a long command to type every single time Luckily, the shell comes to the rescue with its Tab Completion feature just enter a few characters of the command and press TAB The shell will complete the command if enough characters have been typed to uniquely identify the command If the typed characters match more than one command, you can continue to press the TAB button to have the shell cycle through the commands that match I prefer to simply create aliases for such long commands the one I use for GetMessageTrackingLog is track That allows me to simply use the alias track blah! Here s how to create the alias:
New-Alias track Get-MessageTrackingLog
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A d m i n i s t e r i n g H u b a n d E d g e Tr a n s p o r t S e r v e r s
EventID RECEIVE SEND FAIL DSN DELIVER BADMAIL RESOLVE EXPAND REDIRECT TRANSFER SUBMIT
Description A message was received and committed to the database A message was sent by Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) to a different server A message delivery failed A delivery status notification (DSN) was generated A message was delivered to a mailbox A message was submitted by the Pickup directory or the Replay directory that cannot be delivered or returned A message s recipients were resolved to a different e-mail address after an Active Directory lookup A distribution group was expanded A message was redirected to an alternative recipient after an Active Directory directory service lookup Recipients were moved to a forked message because of content conversion, message recipient limits, or agents A message was submitted by an Exchange Server 2007 computer that has the Mailbox server role installed to an Exchange Server 2007 computer that has the Hub Transport server role or Edge Transport server role installed A message is put in the Poison Message Queue or removed from the Poison Message Queue Delivery of the message is deferred
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