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Monitor messages delivered/sec

Posted on 2006-11-21
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Hi guys,

I am monitoring our Exchange system as I have added some new RBL's. I wanted to check that we are still recieving emails correctly.

I am monitoring the following.

Messages sent/sec
Messages recieved/sec
Connections blocked by Block List Providers/sec

I want to add messages delivered/sec if that is possible. Where would I find this in Performance Monitor?

Chris.
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message tracking enabled with a 3rd party software could do the job
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I have messages delivered/sec under SMTP Server.

Simon.
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by:InteraX
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Is that messages delivered to the exchange system after filtering via the RBLs?
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by:Sembee
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I would expect so.
If the message is being delivered after filtering by a blacklist then the blacklist isn't really achieving a great deal. The whole point of using a blacklist is to stop the email from being delivered.

Although I don't use RBLs at all.

Simon.
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