Microsoft KB Archive/174078
Article ID: 174078
Article Last Modified on 10/28/2006
- Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q174078
Tracking logs are created when message tracking is enabled on a Microsoft Exchange component. These logs can be read and edited by any text editing program. The logs are tab delimited and can be loaded into spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel. You can also write an application to interpret message tracking logs.
Tracking logs are located in Exchsrvr\Tracking.log. Each daily log is named by the date on which it was created in yyyymmdd.log format. The file name date, like all time in the tracking log, is in Greenwich mean time (GMT).
The following table defines the event numbers in the tracking logs.
Event# Event Type Description ------ --------------------- ------------------------------------- 0 Message transfer in The message was received from a server, connector, or gateway. 2 Report transfer in A delivery receipt or NDR was received from a server, connector, or gateway. 4 Message submission The message was sent by the client. 7 Message transfer out The message was sent to a server, connector, or gateway. 8 Report transfer out A delivery receipt or NDR was sent to a server, connector, or gateway. 9 Message delivered The message was delivered to a mailbox or public folder. 10 Report delivered A delivery receipt or NDR was delivered to a mailbox. 26 Distribution list A recipient distribution list was expansion expanded so the message could be sent to different addresses. 28 Message redirected The message was sent to a mailbox other than those of the recipients. 29 Message rerouted The message was routed to an alternate path. 33 Report absorption The number of delivery receipts or NDRs exceeded a threshold, and the reports were deleted. 34 Report generation A delivery receipt or NDR was created. 43 Unroutable report A delivery receipt or NDR could not be discarded routed and was deleted from the queue. 50 Gateway deleted The Administrator deleted an X.400 message message queued for a gateway. 1000 Local Delivery The sender and recipient are on the same server. 1001 Backbone transfer in Mail was received from another MAPI system across a connector or gateway. 1002 Backbone transfer out Mail was sent to another MAPI system across a connector or gateway. 1003 Gateway transfer out The message was sent through a gateway. 1004 Gateway transfer in The message was received from a gateway. 1005 Gateway report A delivery receipt or NDR was received transfer in from a gateway. 1006 Gateway report A delivery receipt or NDR was sent transfer out through a gateway. 1007 Gateway report A gateway generated an NDR for a message. generation
This information is available on page 591 of the "Microsoft Exchange Server 4.0 Administrator's Guide."
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