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script to filter forefront security for exchange log

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I am looking for a script that can read through the Exchange 2010 logs and filter on rejected email addreses.
Forefron security for Exchange reports the COUNTS of mails that have been rejected, but not WHO has been rejected.
I want to see the email addresses, domains and IP addresses of rejected mails.....

I suppose I could write this myself and parse the logs.....but I figure someone had this need already....

Any help ?

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Afraid I've not seen anything like this and I've been looking for a while.

Sorry, but this time I think the answer is no.
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