Tracing incoming emails on a SBS 2011 Server

I pointed the MX record to Reflexion for spam/virus checking and Reflexion then forwards it to our Exchange Server. I can see in the Reflexion logs the email showed up, was considered clean and then forwarded to our Exchange Server. It didn't however show up in the intended mailbox. I her her check her junk email folder too. So,,, according to Reflexion it was forwarded. Can I somehow trace it once it hit the Exchange Server?
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LockDown32OwnerAsked:
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Wayne88Connect With a Mentor Commented:
You can use Exchange Power Shell to track messages.  Please have a look at this.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124926(v=exchg.141).aspx

If you prefer using a GUI you can download the message tracking tool here:

https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Exchange-message-tracking-73a2604c

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Gaurav SinghConsultantCommented:
Did you check the Exhange queue viewer if mail is stuck there?
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LockDown32OwnerAuthor Commented:
Nothing in the queue. That like is a little too much.  I know the senders email address and the recipients email address and that it shold have arrived at 8am this morning. What would the PowerShell command be?
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Wayne88Commented:
Get-MessageTrackingLog -Sender your.sender@domain.com

Replace your.sender@domain.com with actual sender's email address.

or use specific sender and recipient

Get-MessageTrackingLog -Sender your.sender@domain.com -Recipients your.recipient@yourdomain.com
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LockDown32OwnerAuthor Commented:
I know PowerShell is an amazing tool and wish I were more familiar with it but as is usually the case..... (I didn't put in the actual sender. I wanted to see if the command was valid). See attached screen shot.....
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Wayne88Commented:
You're running the command in Windows Powershell.  You need to use Exchange Powershell instead of Windows PS.

 Click Start, click All Programs, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, and then Exchange Management Shell.
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LockDown32OwnerAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys. I got what I needed.
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Wayne88Commented:
Great to hear and happy to help.  Cheers!
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