With little effort modifying regular expresion it’s possible to use this collector. It parses raw data from Microsoft Exchange tracker log.
This is the expression that I used.
"(/\d+)-(/\d+)-(/\d+)/\s+(/\d+):(/\d+):(/\d+)/\s/\w+/\s+(/\d+./\d+./\d+./\d+|-)/\s+(/\w+./\w+./\w+./\w+|-)/\s(/\*+|-|/O.+cn=SERVERNAME|CN.+CN=ADMINISTRATIVE)/\s(/\w+|/O.+SXC_GW_01|-)/\s(/\d+./\d+./\d+./\d+|-)/\s(.+)/\s(10/\d+|0)/\s(.+)/\s(0|1|3)/\s(0)/\s(/\d+)/\s(/\d+)/\s(.+GMT|-)/\s(/\d+|-)/\s(Version: X.X.XXXX.XXXX|-)/\s(c=MX;a= ;p=GRUPO HOST.;l=/\w+-/\w+-/\w+|C=MX;A= ;P=GRUPO HOST.;L=/\w+|-)/\s(.+)/\s(.+@.+|-|<>|.+)/\s-", i_Found, s_Match, s_Year, s_Month, s_Day, s_Hour, s_Min, s_Sec, s_SIP, s_SHN, s_PartnerHN, s_DHN, s_DIP, s_DUN, s_EVT, s_MSGID, s_Priority, s_RRS, s_CV1, s_CV2, s_OT, s_Encryption, s_SV, s_LMSGID, s_Subject, s_SUN)
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