Montioring incoming email flow Exchange 2010

Hello all,

I am cutting over a client to their new Exchange 2010 server from a POP/IMAP enviroment. Once i make the DNS MX record change i would like to monitor the Exchange server and make sure emails are flowing and working. What tool can i use natively with Exchange to see that? I know i can use the queue viewer for outbound but what about inbound? Can i do it with same tool? Thanks,

Jimmy
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BusbarSolutions ArchitectCommented:
Yes, queue viewer will show messages in queue for inbound and outbound, also you can enable message tracking and track messages
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forums712Author Commented:
Thanks guys i will check this out and double check queue viewer. I thought i only saw that for just outbound but will look againg
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