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Logging in Exchange 2007 Content Filter

Hello everyone. I am working with SBS 2007 and I am doing some tweaks to Exchange 2007 for content filtering. I have added blocklists providers to the content filtering service and all is well with filtering out the fubar business cripling email. However as most admins are very thorough I would like to view the logs and monitor the information that is being either blocked or released. I have located the log files that are generated but this data is so plain jane (unreadable in its format) and I would like to know if there is a solution to make this easily  readable? Thank you in advanced for your help with this.

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sunnyc7Commented:
Check the POSH cmdlets on how to work with the logs.
http://exchangepedia.com/2007/04/exchange-server-2007-managing-and-filtering-anti-spam-agent-logs.html

Glen Scales GUI works too.
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guruschmuruAuthor Commented:
Thank you sunnyc7 for the links and info. That is exactly something I have been looking for but just was falling short of a solution. I will be implementing this firdt thing on Monday.

Thanks again. :)
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