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Posted on 2007-11-27
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Afternoon Experts,

I have a question about Outlook Web Access for someone who knows a bit about it.  First off, I don't even know if this is possible, but if it is it would be a great help to us.

What I would like is to try and get a list of all *active* users of Outlook Web Access from Exchange.  I know you can get a list of all users who have OWA enabled, that's not what I'm after.  When I say active users, I'm talking about people who actually use it from time to time; for the sake of arguments lets say everyone in the last month who used it.

If this is at all possible, and someone can tell me how, many points shall go to them!

Cheers.
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The only place that information will be stored is in the IIS logs for the default web site - if they go back far enough. Exchange doesn't store them. You would need to use something to process those logs - that is of course presuming that the log are set to record the username.

Simon.
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Aye, I was afraid that might be the case.  For lots of boring and complicated reasons we can't get at the IIS server that hosts OWA, so I doubt very much if I can even get that much information.

Thanks Simon.
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