exchange 2007 - RECEIVE event in message tracking missing

hi,

since a couple of weeks i am missing the RECEIVE event in the message tracking. the other events are being logged.

- how can i enable it again?
- why is it missing?

thank you
TLANGIAsked:
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Chretien TALOMConnect With a Mentor System Engineer MessagingCommented:
Yes I know, you never know check it as well

I am srv exch admin too and sometimes he behave so strangely. You may check this as well

http://blogs.technet.com/b/messaging_with_communications/archive/2011/04/22/how-to-track-message-in-exchange-2003-2007-2010.aspx

read the below and I hope it will help you, this is for exchange 10

Use the Log Settings tab to enable or disable message tracking, enable or disable connectivity logging, and to view or change the path for the message tracking logs, connectivity logs, Send connector protocol logs, and Receive connector protocol logs. On the Log Settings tab, you can view or set the following options:

    Enable message tracking log    By default, message tracking is enabled on Hub Transport and Edge Transport servers. To disable message tracking, clear the check box next to Enable message tracking log . To enable message tracking, select the check box next to Enable message tracking log .
    Message tracking log path    This field displays the current location of the message tracking logs. By default, the message tracking logs are stored at C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\TransportRoles\Logs\MessageTracking. To change the location of the message tracking logs, type the path to the new log location. Before you can change the path, message tracking must be enabled.
    Enable connectivity log    By default, connectivity logging is disabled on Hub Transport and Edge Transport servers. To enable connectivity logging, select the check box next to Enable connectivity log . To disable connectivity logging, clear the check box next to Enable connectivity log .
    Connectivity log path    This field displays the current location of the connectivity logs. By default, the connectivity logs are stored at C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\TransportRoles\Logs\Connectivity. To change the location of the connectivity logs, type the path to the new log location. Before you can change the path, connectivity logging must be enabled.
    Send protocol log path    This field displays the current location of the Send connector protocol logs. By default, the Send connector protocol logs are stored at C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\TransportRoles\Logs\ProtocolLog\SmtpSend. All the Send connectors that are configured on the Edge Transport server share the same protocol logs. By default, protocol logging is disabled on all Send connectors.
    To change the location of the Send connector protocol logs, type the path to the new log location.
    Receive protocol log path    This field displays the current location of the Receive connector protocol logs. By default, the Receive connector protocol logs are stored at C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\TransportRoles\Logs\ProtocolLog\SmtpReceive. All the Receive connectors that are configured on the Edge Transport server share the same protocol logs. By default, protocol logging is disabled on all Receive connectors.
    To change the location of the Receive connector protocol logs, type the path to the new log location.

I hope this will help you.

Regards.
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Chretien TALOMSystem Engineer MessagingCommented:
Hello,

have you try to look for it in (EMC) exchange tools on messaging tracking?

Thanks
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TLANGIAuthor Commented:
yes i did. "receive" event missing since a couple of weeks, all other events are in there...and im not aware of any changes since then.
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TLANGIAuthor Commented:
copy & paste
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