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Way to pull statistics from cmdlet?

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Is there a way to pull statistics from cmdlets that I can show how many emails went out last week, or last month or even last year? also, if thats possible, how many emails came in and went out during those times etc.?

or is a third party program needed? If so, suggestions please?
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Hi,
I would suggest that you try these 2 tools ( I can't remember command right now)
Hope this helps
Thanks
Nitin
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