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Exchange 2010 Logs?

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Good afternoon,

We have 2 Exchange 2010 servers (version: 14.03.0123.003) in each location (Chicago office and Florida office).

A message was sent from our Chicago office to our Florida office on February 11th but did not hit the users mailbox until February 15th.

We think, for some reason the message went back and forth between both exchange servers in our Florida office.

Is someone able to tell me which logs and the default location they would be in, so that I can look at to see why this happened.

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by:Jamie McKillop
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Hello,

In EMC, go into Message tracking in the Toolbox. You can enter the details of the message to track it. Message tracking will show you each server the message passed through and the time.

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by:nobushi
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Yes I am aware of this location. But what i am looking for is any exchange system type logs that could tell me if there was any problems with a message for it to go back and forth between exch servers.
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So, you have verified with the tracking logs that it did get bounced between servers? That would be an odd thing to happen within an Exchange organization. The only other logs would be your system and application logs.

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by:nobushi
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Thanks. Yeah I know it's odd.
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