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Many tools in Exchange 2013 no longer has a graphical interface so it’s necessary to use PowerShell – Exchange Management Shell to track logs of posts. With Grid View you can search a little bit easier Exchange logs.
The ECP has longer a GUI tool for browsing the post transactions on Exchange server. It is necessary to use the Exchange Management Shell but with a little help of GridView.
PowerShell commands to search for a particular mail or the sender on the desired date:
Get-MessageTrackingLog -ResultSize Unlimited -start "Apr 13 2015" | Out-GridView
In Grid View you can add some filters that narrow the results
for a more detailed search using the following command:
get-messagetrackinglog | select-object Eventide, timestamp, messageid, sender, recipients, messagesubject | Out-Gridview
With GridView is easier to find and partially replaced Message tracking tool in Exchange 2010/2007. In addition to the get-message it can be used with other commands such as get-mailbox and get-mailboxdatabase.