Once you have enabled logging, you can view the log entries in
Event Viewer. Event Viewer is a Windows 2000 component that you can
use to monitor hardware and software activities. Within each Event
Viewer log, Exchange records informational, warning, and error
events. For each type of log, you can specify the maximum size, how
long to save entries, and whether to automatically overwrite
existing events when the log is full or manually clear entries.
Monitor these logs closely to keep track of the kinds of
transactions being conducted on your Exchange servers. Periodically
archive the logs to avoid running out of space. Because log files
can occupy only a finite amount of space, clear the logs
occasionally so that Exchange can continue to write new events. For
more information about using Performance monitor, see the Windows
2000 Server documentation.