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How to enable Message Tracking on Exchange server 2003

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My manager told me that a Track for all Emails should be configured so we can see how the message is being deliveerd,
I would like to know if this is possible

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hi you can go to the server Config preperties
and you will find an option to enable the message track setting
see the pic

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Thanks for the fast respone and for the photo
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