Search messages in exchange 2010

Is there a way to search the entire exchange (2010) environment for messages sent from an external e-mail address to dozens of recipients’ in the company?
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Gareth GudgerCommented:
Yes. You can do this with the EMC.

Open EMC. Navigate to Toolbox and open Message Tracking. In Message Tracking you can just specify a Sender and leave the Recipient field unchecked.
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
Try above option, or you can also use search-mailbox and check for specific message.
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NegashAuthor Commented:
When I clicked message tracker in EMC, it takes me to the ECP web interface where I can search delivery reports. Is that the same as using message tracker?
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Gareth GudgerCommented:
There are two. One is ECP based and one is MMC based. They are both under Tools.
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