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How to identify subject from receive connector logs?

Posted on 2015-02-09
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Hi,

I am currently parsing logs using log parser using the guide here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2007/11/12/3404342.aspx - for a receive connector on exchange 2007.

Within the receive connector logs, the subject is specified as a GUID.

For example:

250 2.6.0 <GUID_HERE@server.domain.local> Queued mail for delivery,

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How can I cross reference this and get an export of what mail has been sent via the receive connector I am logging?

Cheers.
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<GUID_HERE@server.domain.local> seems to be the message id. Do messagetracking log by get-messagetrackinglog -messageid <GUID_HERE@server.domain.local> and check if it reports any msg.
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