I am looking for some answers - I do not care if they are accomplished with MS tools or 3rd party tools.
I have an Exchange 2007 server that has 7 domains on it. Each user has 2 email address per domain. The issue is that I am trying to search, using Message Tracking tool in Exchange, for *@domain.com .
First issue is that Exchange doesn't allow you to use wildcards so I need to search for email@example.com. That by it's self is most annoying.
Secondly if I search for firstname.lastname@example.org as the reciepient it will return
and so on and so on.
Since there is no export of the results and from what I can see no way to specify only "domain.com" I was wonder if anyone knew of a way to accomplish this through powershell - though I must admit I have search through a lot of sites and either no one talks about this issue or they have the same complaints.
If there is no way of accomplishing this with standard MS tools built into Exchange 2007 does anyone know of a 3rd party app? I just spent 20 or so minutes on the phone with GFI - which was the suggestion most people had - and they do not have a tool that will do this.
In short I am looking for a way to seach for *@domain.com and get a list of all emails (just the count really) sent to any user at domain.com and not any of our other domains.
Any help would be great.