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Exchange 2010 Mailbox User Account Blow up

Posted on 2013-01-22
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How do I get the log files for a user mailbox. I ran a purge on "recoverable delete items" and  it crashed three times, I ran it at night. The next morning I came in to the user not having any mail within his account.
I would like to get the files to see what happened?


Ideas how I can get that information? Exchange shell or log file location?
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You need to have Mailbox Audit Logging enabled to get logs on what happened..
http://exchangeserverpro.com/exchange-2010-mailbox-audit-logging

Which command you used to purge the Dumpster?
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Have you check it out event log i think you can get all information there.
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