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How to enable the logging on a Domino Server to capture any traffic still routing through Domino SMTP Server?

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We have a mix environment of Domino and Exchange Servers.  We are in the process of decommissioning the Domino Servers. However, I need to find a way to view what is relaying email on the Domino SMTP Servers so that I can redirect them to our Exchange SMTP Relay Server.  

Does anyone know or can provide instructions on how to enable the logging on a Domino Server to capture any traffic still routing through Domino SMTP Server?

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All Domino servers log their mail by default in the server's log.nsf database. Open that database, on the server, and click select the Mail events. If you need more detailed info, you can combine it with entries found in the Miscellaneous events. If you need still more, you can enable Mail Journalling on the server: it can store all mails sent and received in a special database. Take your pick!
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