We are soon going to be migrating to Office 365 from Exchange 2013 on premise.
I want to know how to get the following information in the cloud:
- Exchange mail Queue data (like I can get from the Exchange Toolbox in my on-Premise servers)
- Log information (transaction logs, and other logs from Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Logging folder)
- server event logs
What I meant is that you cannot access any of the logs like you are used to with on-prem Exchange install, and instead you will have to use the tools that are available via EAC or PowerShell. For example,
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