I am running Exchange 2003 on a Windows server 2003 server. I am attempting to prepare reports to my management which include certain metrics concerning our mail usage. I have looked, and I can't figure out how to find measurements of the following statistics:
1. Total number of SMTP messages received from the internet.
2. Total number of SMTP messages sent to the internet.
3. Total number of messages sent inside my Exchange organization among local users.
I'm guessing that this can be done with various tools and settings within Exchange, but I'm not sure. Maybe Exchange can't do this on its own.
Exchange has detailed logging capabilities and you could write your own program to read the logs and give you these numbers. I had to do it a while back for a customer but it wasn't exactly what you're
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