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Ex 2007 message tracking log : recipients field always blank

Posted on 2009-07-06
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Hi
I'm trying to performe a simple searching using the Exchange 2007 tracking log console.
I want to see all the email sent from user A (beling to Exchange server) to user B (external address) from a start date to an end date.

I use this search parameters:
Recipients: b@externaldomain.com
Send: a@mydomain.com
Start [start date]:
End: [end date]

the output says "nothing"

If I perform the same searching by removing the recipients filed leaving it unchecked, then a lot of emails appears showing the recipients field BLANK.
Again,  If i select one of those email and click NEXT, the GUI perform a searching by MessaegID.
After finished and I can see the recipients address filled up correctly.

Is this normal behaviour?
Have I to perform SINGLE messageID searchings to show the recipients filed content?

thanks




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by:florin_s
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Hi,

have you tried to do a tracking using the EMS:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124926.aspx
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by:fmalinve
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to florin_s

Yes i tried the shell with the same results
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by:fmalinve
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I solved it by myself.
I didn't specify the server name in the tracking log.
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