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Report Number of Daily Outgoing Emails from a HUB Server

Posted on 2009-05-13
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Greetings,
Is there a way to report on the number of emails that get sent through an Exchange 2007 HUB server on a daily basis?
Thanks,

muffin
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by:Mestha
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Turn on Message Tracking and then run something against the logs. Exchange cannot do it on its own, but there are many third party tools that can.

Simon.
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Hi,

The 3rd party software called Promodag might work.

Here is the features list.
http://www.promodag.com/products/reports/features.aspx
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After turning on message tracking as previously suggested, you can use a microsoft utility called LogParser to read the logs and calculate any kind of information you want to know. Here is a guide: http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Using-Logparser-Utility-Analyze-ExchangeIIS-Logs.html
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