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What is required for the Mailbox Manager process to run, complete successfully and send notification?

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Every Sunday I normally receive the following email from the Exchange System Attendant:

"The Microsoft Exchange Server Mailbox Manager has completed processing successfully"

However for the past two weeks I have not been receiving it. Can you please tell me what I need to check? I already checked the Mailbox Managment tab in ESM and it only shows that the Mailbox Manager process is indeed scheduled to run every Sunday, no other information. As far as in the server application logs, the events I see are 9309 which are events or messages indicating that the Mailbox Manager completed successfully two weeks ago and beyond. Can someone help? Thank you.
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