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In Exchange 2007 server how to find user login time, date , logout time.
in exchange 2003 we can find these things in the new console of exchange 2007 how can i find it?

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i checked but it is difficult. also it is working in dos mode.please try to give a good solution.

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He did give a good solution. To properly administer Exchange 2007 you will need to undertsand and use  powershell commands (it's not DOS).
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Specifically:

get-mailboxstatistics "user@domain.com" | fl

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The line I posted needs to be run from the "exchange management shell"  (powershell)  and not cmd.exe ("Dos")
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Good one
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