Message tracking blackberry enterprise server

 

2.  Now type the sender or recipient or Message id and click on the search and it will show the results below in the results as in the below screenshot

         We can also do the message tracking from the powershell. One we have connected to the powershell we can run the below command

          Get-MessageTrace -SenderAddress senderemail -StartDate startdate -EndDate enddate | Export-Csv pathfilename.csv

Message tracking blackberry enterprise server

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2.  Now type the sender or recipient or Message id and click on the search and it will show the results below in the results as in the below screenshot

         We can also do the message tracking from the powershell. One we have connected to the powershell we can run the below command

          Get-MessageTrace -SenderAddress senderemail -StartDate startdate -EndDate enddate | Export-Csv pathfilename.csv

From time to time you may have a user request to find out what messages they should have received – perhaps they have marked them as Junk Email in Outlook, or deleted them accidentally. Whatever the reason, you might find it useful to be able to quickly pull the information for the user out of the message tracking logs and into a file quickly so they can have a look for themselves.

What this script does is searches for messages delivered to a particular user across all Hub Transport servers, sorts the information by the date and time and saves it to a convenient CSV file ready to open in Microsoft Excel.



param(
[parameter(Position=0,Mandatory=$true,ValueFromPipeline=$false,HelpMessage="Recipient")]$Recipient,
[parameter(Position=1,Mandatory=$true,ValueFromPipeline=$false,HelpMessage="Output CSV File Name")][string]$OutputCSVFile
)

Solution providers' takeaway: Monitoring the health of Exchange Server 2010 requires knowing how to use Exchange Management Shell and Exchange 2010 Queue Viewer for message tracking and determining if there are mail flow issues in the server.

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