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Monitoring that emails are flowing on the BES (BES 4.1.7MR8)

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Is there a log file or some other way to monitor that emails are flowing on the BES (BES 4.1.7MR8)
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by:TaraC
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Looking for a way to verify that messages are being processed on the BES
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Shabarinath Ramadasan earned 2000 total points
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Go to the Blackberry installation folder.
Check for Messaging Agent (MGAT logs)
You will get some clue how new mails are processed.

To understand about logging fully, please spend some time on reading the below blog

http://blog.port3101.org/hdawg/24-bes-logs-whats-them-part-1-20.html

Nice blog which describes on each logs. You should go through all parts from one to twenty.

Good luck
Shaba
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