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Is there a log that keeps some kind of data from outgoing emails?
we have exchange 2003 in a windows 2003 server, clients user outlook 2003. all commments are appreciated.
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Nothing by default.

You can enable message tracking and SMTP logging on the SMTP virtual server. However if either of those are not enabled then you will have nothing.

Simon.
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