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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It was contributed by a community member and is published "as is." It seems to have worked for at least one person, and might work for you. But please be sure to test, test, test before you do anything drastic with it.