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I have tried the Mail Control -> Delivery Reports option in Office365, but keep getting an error message. "Server ...prod.outlook.com encountered an error while retrieving tracking information from https://...outlook.com/EWS/Exchange.asmx"
I have tried the Windows PowerShell. Logged in no trouble at all and do the following search: Note: in the command below 'My Identity' is replaced with the name of my identity and 'firstname.lastname@example.org' is replaced with the email address of the recipient I am searching for
PS C:\Windows\system32> $msg = Search-MessageTrackingReport -Identity "My Identity" -Recipients "email@example.com" -BypassDelegateChecking -DoNotResolve
I get the following error:
What do I do? How can I track messages if I just get errors?
Thanks for the feedback.
Is there an answer to this, or is there indeed no way to get delivery reports?
Which subscription plan are you on? P1, E1, etc.?
Did you enter in the To and From addresses and the date when running the trace?
P1 Plan - there isn't any box to enter a date in.
If you go to www.testexchangeconnectivity.com and select the Office 365 tab, and run the test for OOF, does it give any errors?
This will hopefully help determine what is going on to cause the error messages you are receiving.
Thanks for the info about testing the account.
I have moved all our email out of our Inbox (as instructed by the test) and run the test. It gave the following error: "ExRCA failed to confirm notification events." and with more details says: "Getting subscription events and confirming that the expected events exist. - Events couldn't be retrieved or confirmed."
While waiting for a reponse to my troubles the other day, I signed up for an Exchange Online (Plan 1) account. I figured it might be helpful to have the extra control over SPAM, and I don't need any other Microsoft Online software, so I would work towards migrating manually to that account. I did the connectivity test you recommended on that new account as well and get the exact same errors.
What next? How do I get delivery reports?
I'm actively investigating this error for you. I will let you know if I have any questions to help narrow this down. I suspect it may be a server-side issue, but it is still not 100% clear yet if that is truly the case.
I am running into a similar issue, everything else tests fine. When performing the Delivery report, all you can do is specify the mailbox to look in, either the sender of a message or the recipient of a message and the option of something to search in the subject line.
Whether you perform the search online or via powershell it comes with basically the same error
(online under search results there is a message 'There are multiple warnings. Click here to see more)
Click the warning and the following errors are listed and we are running a mix of E3, E1 and kiosk
Server BL2PRD0610CA007.namprd06.prod.outlook.com encountered an error while retrieving tracking information from by2prd0610.outlook.com/.../Exchange.asmx.
Server BL2PRD0610CA007.namprd06.prod.outlook.com encountered an error while retrieving tracking information from sn2prd0610.outlook.com/.../Exchange.asmx.
Server BL2PRD0610CA007.namprd06.prod.outlook.com encountered an error while retrieving tracking information from ch1prd0610.outlook.com/.../Exchange.asmx.
Word of note, may also want to check out this thread, apparently it an issue that may have been going on for a while.
Thanks for the link Gene. I've found a few posts about this problem - it's interesting to note that Microsoft don't give an appropriate solution to any of those posts - thought it was worth trying again to see if they could actually fix the problem for all of us. Here's hoping...
Yeah, the only statement I have seen, is supposedly there is a fix in the works with no ETA.
This is what the Help.Outlook sample script is saying it should be:
Search-MessageTrackingReport -Identity "My Identity" -Recipients "firstname.lastname@example.org" -bypassDelegateChecking -DoNotResolve
Does this have any different results? Also, how and where is the PS script being run? Are you logging in with proper credentials?
$Cred = Get-Credential
$Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName
Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://ps.outlook.com/powershell/
-Credential $Cred -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection
As far as I know it's broken on the MS side. I've been unable to do these myself for over a month!
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The only thing different about the way I logged in and searched was not using the "Set-ExecutionPolicy unrestricted", and you have a lower case 'b' at the start of 'bypassDelegateChecking'. I have just logging in using that command and tried with the lower case b (as well as the upper case B) and still get the same errors.
WARNING: Server SINPRD0310CA017.apcprd03.prod.outlook.com encountered an error while retrieving tracking information
What's next to try?
There are a few people posting to this thread saying that this is a known problem and they are waiting for a fix from Microsoft. What is your knowledge of this situation? Can you look into this for us? It is a waste of my time if this is a known problem.
Let me know what you find out.
See this thread as well: