Every Exchange Mailbox server is capable of logging connection activities and SMTP conversations that take place between servers. You can configure the retention settings for these logs and then use them to diagnose mail flow issues within your environment. In this recipe, you'll learn how to configure the logging options on your servers, and how to examine the data when troubleshooting problems.
To view the connectivity logging configuration of a Mailbox server, use the
Get-TransportService -Identity tlex01 | fl ConnectivityLog*
The previous command retrieves the default connectivity logging settings for a Mailbox server named
ex01. The output returned will be ...