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I don't see RPC Client Access   [C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Logging\RPC Client Access] logging path

how can I enable it.
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I'm thinking it wasn't available in Exchange 2007.  I think it was just MAPI direct from client to server.

I only remember it being there in Exchange 2010.  I'll do a bit more digging.

Yeah...here...check this out...http://www.exchange-genie.com/2009/09/momt-mapi-on-the-middle-teir/

One of the major changes with Exchange 2010 is related to the mapi end point. In all previous versions of Exchange the Outlook client (using mapi) would connect directly to an Exchange mailbox server, with Exchange 2010 the Outlook client will connect to an Exchange server running the CAS role as its mapi end point for all connection except public folder access which will go direct to the mailbox server.
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