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Is there a better way to Track Message in Exchange 2007 other than the Default Message Tracking?

Posted on 2009-04-01
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I find it more and more difficult to track messages within our Exchange 2007 environment
Toolbox -> Message Tracking

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by:Mestha
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The only other thing I can suggest is third party tools that can process the message tracking logs. Message tracking logs are the best source of the information, but I agree that the Message Tracking facility in Exchange 2007 is poor compared to Exchange 2003.

Simon.
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Any suggestions on successfully 3rd party tools?
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Lots of message tracking tools:

Quest Message Stats if you have the cash.
Mail Detective from ADVSOFT
Sirana AppAnalyzer  
Waterford Technologies MailMeter Insight
Promodag
Permessa Email Investigator

Simon.
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by:GorazdSemrov
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I am using SMS Trace - good old log viewer. Never disapointed me :)
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