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We have 1 exchange server, my management asked to provide the mails counts delivered from 1 exchange to another within last 1 month, i dont know how to get this info. Plz help..
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You'd need to look at your tracking logs to see what information you can pull from them
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from the look of the file itself - you'll be interested in these three fields

Client-hostname      Partner-Name      Server-hostname

you will need to get the tracking logs from both machines, sort for the two machines you are interested in, then take the count (check to make sure that the numbers from the tracking logs on each machine are the same [they should be as you are looking at both ends of the same conversation])

of course if you haven't any tracking logs I think you're pretty much stuffed
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thanks experts for your comments.
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