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Track Mail In / Mail Out By User

Posted on 2006-06-30
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Is it possible to track emails sent and received by a particular user for a given time frame? If so could you please point me in the direction of more information on how to do this? I have been unable to find out from multiple searches and reading. I maybe looking in the wrong places!! Thanks in advance!
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by:Saineolai
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Try the message tracking feature in Exchange accessible through the server management console..

Server Management, Advanced Management, First Organization, Tools, Message Tracking Center
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by:dhoustonie
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Are you just looking to find out the numbers, or are you try and journal (aka Archive) messages for specific users or groups?

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Just looking for the numbers. I have been asked to prepare a report each month for the number of emails each user send / receives. Thanks!!
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Enable the monitoring features through the SBS Management Console.  This will give you statistics such as these.
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by:dhoustonie
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Agreed with Saineolai, you want to setup the "Server Usage Report" this will give you specific information such as
Email received, email received from external, email received from internal, size and numbers
Emails sent, emails sent external, email sent internal, size and numbers.

It is a great tool, and well worth checking out thee other features.


David
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Thanks to you both, I just checked it out and it looks like exactly what I will need!! Thanks again
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