Enumerate mails per user/time period

Posted on 2009-02-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Exchange 2007. I've been asked to enumerate the volume of mails sent/received by/to a few specific users, if possible separating internal and external, for a SharePoint project.

I thought that would be easy (used to Exchange 2003), at least with some manual work, but I can't get such output from Message Tracking in Exchange 2007.

Is it possible, and if so, how?
Question by:DiamondJoe
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    Accepted Solution

    See for help. You can segragate the outbound and inbound emails using the SQL queries.
    another good read is
    There are some tools available as well. You may want to take a look at Quest MessageStats or simillar.

    Author Comment

    Thank you very much for linking to these resources. - I admit I find it hard to accept that you actually can't get a list of mails sent/received by/to a particular user, for a certain time period, in Exchange 2007 out of the box.

    I need to work with this or even buy a product to do the work for me, though I don't know whether it is worth the money.

    I'll let the question remain open a while more, to see if anybody has some more input.

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