Not all E-mails are getting to end users mailbox on exchange.

At various times over the years, I have had issues receiving e-mails from some people.  Is there a way to check the exchange server for e-mails that were prevented from being delivered to my address.
IT-DKBAsked:
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jar3817Connect With a Mentor Commented:
No problem, I'm guessing you're not the primary admin for exchange...

Open up ESM, on the left is there should be a bunch of folders, click on "Servers" and you should see your exchange server listed there (and any other exchange servers in your organization), right click on it and hit properties, tracking is on the "general" tab.
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jar3817Commented:
Do you have message tracking enabled? If not, enable it in the ESM by right-clicking and hitting properties on your exchange server and check the "enable message tracking" box. If it is enabled, check the logs to see what's going on.
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IT-DKBAuthor Commented:
Where is ESM located on Exchange?
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jar3817Commented:
start -> programs -> microsoft exchange -> system manager
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IT-DKBAuthor Commented:
Sorry to be a pain but where is it located in system manager?
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IT-DKBAuthor Commented:
Never mind found it. Thanks,
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jar3817Commented:
I'm just curious...what else could I have done to get an A on this one?
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