Exchange 2010 – Message Tracking Log with Time Date

Posted: 05 Mart 2013 in Uncategorized

The standard ‘get-messagetrackinglog’ PowerShell command does not include the date and time. To have the date and time included in the output you need to use a pipe line and the select command.

For example, the following PowerShell command will list all messages sent using a mailbox. It will include the time and date, EventID, recipients and email subject.

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and servername for your enviroment
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get-messagetrackinglog -sender:
user@domain.com
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-server servername | Select timestamp,EventID,recipients,messagesubject

 

 

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