So I wanted to Write a post, where I mentioned, that we used for troubleshooting extrace, but I scould not find any good public link for explaining , what is an Exchange Extrace. Actually I therefore reutilize an old Explanation for an OWA Extrace, which I sent several times to customers, but which was initially from an international colleague, I even do not remember (Yes we have a creative commons license internally, where we reutilize content for the benefit of our customers)
How to take EWS/OWA/ETL trace to troubleshoot Exchange Web Services issues and view them using ExTrace.exe
Note: Selecting multiple providers will increase the size of log and will make it difficult to analyze, so make sure you collect as much data as you require.
Therefore, please send them to Microsoft Support. You can even try to ping someone in the Microsoft Newsgroups, so that he or she can try to grab Your Extrace. I am definitely open to analyze at least 3 Extraces to anybody, who comments on this site, that he wants us to analyze his Extrace.
Can you please explain how to analyze ExTrace logs?
Currently ist the support policy, that only Microsoft Support analzyes the traces. Hopefully this policy might change in the future.
I'm having some issues with my users complaining their outlook pauses when receiving calendar info . Would you be so kind as to help me analyze some trace files ? Outlook 2010 and Exchange 2007 .
Thanks for the article!
I have a trace file I need converted into a useable format. What is the best way to get that help? which forum can I reach a MS support person on? Why doesn't MS make the tool available to end users??
paspagno at co dot douglas dot or dot us
I found that the trace file can be converted to a useable format just using strings tool.