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Exchange 2007 Message trace

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Hi,

Using Exchange 2007.

I have a message trace from the Message tracking results.

Message came via SMTP and then another log from storedrive going into the mailbox.

But when I search that message in the mailbox, its not there.

How can I find where exactly that message is. Also if deleted can I find out?
We also have jounrnaling setup. So from the journal mailbox I can see the message but not in the destination mailbox.

Please help.

Thanks


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Is there a rule on the destination mailbox which could move those mails somewhere (either PST or another folder) or delete it?
If the message tracking shows its Store driver deliver, it means that the mail is submitted in the mailbox and it is in the user's inbox or junk mail folder provided no Outlook rules interfere with it.
There is no way to check if the mail is deleted after a user gets it. I guess you can do mailbox auditing in Exchange 2010 for a mailbox but in Exchange 2007, might not be possible.
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