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Logging not working in Exchange 2007

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I'm trying to troubleshoot a relaying problem and need to enable protocol logging on the receive connecter. I have set the logging on the connecter logging to verbose by going through the shell but when I check the default location for where the logs should be the directory is empty. I have not modifed where these logs should be located so they should be in the default location.

I have checked the permissions on the directory and seem to be correct. What do I need to do so I can see the log files?
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did you used the command:
Set-TransportServer <Identity> -ConnectivityLogEnabled <$true | $false>
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also be ware the the default logging is 0 so you might want to check the following article and script to enable higher level of logging:
http://gsexdev.blogspot.com/2007/01/exchange-2007-diagnostic-logging.html
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