Find out if my email reached out its destination

Hi Guys,

Is there anyway I could see on my exchange that an email reaches out its destination?
internal user (Exchange) to Gmail account.
I lunched the tracking log explorer and ran the command "Get-Messagetrackinglog" but I don't know which parameters to look at that could say my email went out successfully.

thank you
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Larry Struckmeyer MVPCommented:
AFAIK you can only track that the message left your server.  You can do this from PS or from the Exchange Management Console - toolbox - message tracking.  You can request delivery and or read receipts when composing the message but the recipient does not have to allow the response.

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Message tracking log will show that the email had been passed out Internet from internal server. It doesn't show the email reach recipient successfully.

Here is example:

Get-MessageTrackingLog -Server Mailbox01 -Start "03/13/2013 09:00:00" -End "03/15/2013 17:00:00" -Sender ""

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You may refer to below Microsoft Technet.
KarimbouzzitAuthor Commented:
I see I'll try PS command line above which should be the same as EMC->toolbox-> TrackingLogExplorer right?

Thank you guys.
Larry Struckmeyer MVPCommented:
The question was can the poster determine if the message was received.  The answer given is no.  That IS the answer so points should be awarded.
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