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Ex2003 - Message Tracking Centre - no subject showing

Posted on 2004-08-12
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Not very important - but I'm looking at the Message Tracking Centre in Exchange 2003 and it's been running for a couple of days.

When I trace a message by email addy, it is found correctly, but the subject is not displayed.

What gives ?

Thanks

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Before enabling a server's messages to appear in Message Tracking Center, you must enable subject logging on the Exchange server. However, enabling this type of logging results in the subject lines of messages in Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) and MAPI queues to be displayed in the Subject column of Queue Viewer. By default, the Subject column is left empty to preserve confidentiality. (For example, some Exchange organizations prefer to keep low-level administrators from viewing message subjects.) Therefore, verify your organization's policy about revealing subject line information prior to enabling subject logging


Message Tracking Center tracks messages across servers in both mixed- and native-mode Exchange organizations. Message Tracking Center can also track messages that are destined to or arriving from another messaging system, such as Lotus Notes. Through Message Tracking Center, you can search for all types of messages, including system messages (alerts that are displayed when problems occur), public folder messages, and e-mail messages.


Note:To search for a specific system message in Message Tracking Center, search for the Message ID. If you do not know the Message ID, you can find system messages manually by reviewing the message tracking logs. Exchange automatically creates these logs if you have message tracking enabled on a server. To search for other types of messages, you can search by sender, recipient, or server.
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Perfect - stareing me right in the face ... thanks so much

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