FindMessageTrackingReport

The FindMessageTrackingReport element specifies criteria for the types of messages to find.

<FindMessageTrackingReport>
   <Scope/>
   <Domain/>
   <Sender/>
   <PurportedSender/>
   <Recipient/>
   <Subject/>
   <StartDateTime/>
   <EndDateTime/>
   <MessageId/>
   <FederatedDeliveryMailbox/>
   <DiagnosticsLevel/>
   <ServerHint/>
   <Properties/>
</FindMessageTrackingReport>

FindMessageTrackingReportRequestType

Attributes and elements

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.

Attributes

None.

Child elements

Element Description
Scope (NonEmptyStringType)
Represents how extensive the message tracking report should be.
Domain (Message Tracking)
Contains the name of the domain where the message tracking is executed.
Sender (EmailAddressType)
Contains contact information for the sender of the e-mail message.
PurportedSender
Contains contact information for the alleged sender of an e-mail message.
Recipient
Contains the e-mail address for the recipient of the message.
Subject
Contains the subject of the e-mail message.
StartDateTime
Contains the starting date and time for the search.
EndDateTime
Contains the ending date and time for the search.
MessageId
Contains the message identifier for the search.
FederatedDeliveryMailbox
Contains the name of the mailbox where the cross-premise message was sent.
DiagnosticsLevel
Represents the level of detail for diagnostic reports.
ServerHint
Represents the starting point for tracking a message in a remote site or forest.
Properties (ArrayOfTrackingPropertiesType)
Contains a list of one or more tracking properties. This element is optional.

Parent elements

None.

Text value

None.

Remarks

The schema that describes this element is located in the IIS virtual directory that hosts Exchange Web Services.

Element information

Namespace
http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/messages
Schema Name
Messages schema
Validation File
Messages.xsd
Can be Empty
False

See also

FindMessageTrackingReport operation