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How to check what is relaying from an Exchange 2010 Hub transport server?

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I need to know what is relaying from our exchange 2010 hub transport server.  Is there a log setting and location to look at?
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Please detail your question as to what you are trying to find.
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I am trying to find what device ie server, appliance and so on is relaying from the hub transport server.  A receive connector has a network setup x.x.x.x/24.  I need to find out what devices are using the hub transport server for relaying.
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You can find them in SmtpReceive protocol logs but you must have protocol logging on the receive connector enabled. Open the properties of Receive connector and make sure Protocol Logging level is set to verbose.

Then, you can find the location for protocol logs and all other settings using the below command. You might want to consider how old logs are retained.

Get-Transportserver <HTservername> | fl receiveprotocol*


Default location is C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\TransportRoles\Logs\ProtocolLog\SmtpReceive
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