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I want to track all the emails sent from our organisation to AOL accounts over a certain time period.

My first thought was to go into message tracking center in Exchange system manager and search for all recipients called *.aol.com but it doesn't seem to like wilcards

Does anybody know how i can get the information i want?
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You will probably need to use third party tool to crunch the message tracking logs.

There are various ones around.

Mail Detective is quite good
Quest Message stats is excellent but very expensive

Promodag have a tool that can extract the logs in to Access, from there you can write your own.

http://www.amset.info/exchange/message-tracking.asp

Simon.
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many thanks
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