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How can I tell how much time replication for all the mail files are taking?   The replication is between server A and server B every 60 minutes.

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Is there a log somewhere that will tell me this quickly?  Thank you.
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Sure.
Check the replication section of log.nsf on each server

   
I hope this helps !
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Thank you. That was place to look.
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