How do I read this IIS log?

I am having trouble understanding this IIS log entry on my hub transport server. Who is the sender and who is the recipient?

2013-10-08T11:07:50.622Z,172.27.10.110,,172.27.2.23,HUBTRANSPORTSERVER01,08D078C3DED6BA0C;2013-10-08T11:07:50.262Z;0,HUBTRANSPORTSERVER01\Default HUBTRANSPORTSERVER01,SMTP,RECEIVE,17583524,<10AD52P1310082104360000000078@prime800.apac.MYDOMAIN.com>,gshaull@domain.us.com,,1340,1,,,from prime 800,QSECOFR@APAC.MYDOMAIN.COM,QSECOFR@APAC.MYDOMAIN.COM,00A:


thank you
cyberleo2000Asked:
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piattndCommented:
Somewhere near the top of your IIS log file you should see values indicating what each column represents.  If it's comma separated, you might be able to open it as a CSV.  Once you know what each value represents, we might be able to better tell you.

Are you sure this was in your IIS logs and not your Exchange Transaction logs?
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cyberleo2000Author Commented:
my apologies, it was in the message tracking log. my bad
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piattndCommented:
The below link goes into detail the message tracking log files.

http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2007/management-administration/Exchange-2007-Message-Tracking-Part2.html

Quoted about determining the values separated by commas:

#Fields. This is a comma-delimited list of field names that are shown within the log file. The field names are, in order: date-time, client-ip, client-hostname, server-ip, server-hostname, source-context, connector-id, source, event-id, internal-message-id, message-id, recipient-address, recipient-status, total-bytes, recipient-count, related-recipient-address, reference, message-subject, sender-address, return-path, message-info.
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piattndCommented:
That also goes through efficient ways of reading the information in those logs via a GUI which may be easier for you than reading the raw data.
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