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With exchange 2010, anyway to see a log or content of bounced incoming emails?

Posted on 2011-03-22
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I had set up an exchange server, but I forgot to set up accounts for some of the email addresses, so they bounced. Is there a way to see a log of bounced emails (or better yet, see the emails themselves)

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by:nfmartins
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Nop, its gonne the e-mails

Maybe you can see in the log file the comunications!!!
How much time did he passed ?
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You can try to use EMC --> Toolbox --> Tracking Log Explorer to find all messages with "FAIL" EventId. You should at least get sender, recipient, subject and failure reason (RecipientStatus).  
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