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We are currently evaluating Kerio MailServer along with the Outlook plugins and really like what we've seen so far.
Our test box is currently running Windows, but we will probably do our production build on Linux.
I might have missed this in the docs, but I'm not able to find a way to do message tracking via message id. I can look through the various logs and correlate messages by time and sender but that isn't very efficient, especially with large numbers of messages. And turning on SMTP debugging options for SMTP SHOWS the message id but I can't use that value to search in the other log files. I'm used to just being able to grep for message id's in Sendmail logs or use Message Tracking in Exchange.
So, is there any way to track message flow through the system via message id? Is logging better/different under a Linux build than a Windows build?
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