Saturday, May 24, 2014

Messages Tracking log with multiple Hub Transport Server in Exchange Server

Some time we stuck on the email track  on Hub transport server and other load balancer devices. below i will explain how we can track the messages using the PowerShell command:

1: Tracking of message for a subject “My Information” on a single HUB transport server.
Get-MessageTrackingLog -start “4/4/2014 12:04 PM” -MessageSubject “My Information”-EventID Receive | Select ServerHostName,Timestamp,Recipients

2: Tracking of message for a subject “My Information” on a multiple HUB transport server. Get-transportserver HUBSevrer* | Get-MessageTrackingLog -start “4/4/2014 12:04 PM” -MessageSubject “My Information”-EventID Receive | Select ServerHostName,Timestamp,Recipients

2: Tracking of message for a subject “My Information” on a multiple HUB transport server with ascending timestamp order.
Get-transportserver HUBServer* | Get-MessageTrackingLog -start “4/4/2014 12:04 PM” -MessageSubject “My Information”-EventID Receive | Sort Timestamp | Select ServerHostName,Timestamp,Recipients

Hope this post will help you track the messages, also you can change time and hub server name as per your environment.

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