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I want to get the email usage of all my users . I have exchange 2003 ent server SP2. I want to get a list of First email sent time, last email sent time, no of emails sent for each user on a daily basis . Is it possible to get this report from exchange 2003 or do I need to use 3rd party tools.
Can you suggest a good tool for this

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Thanks. I dowmloaded and checked it. It does not serve my purpose. I need a tool which can give the following for each user.
1. Time of first email sent    2. Time last email sent and 3. No of emails sent (including internal and external users).
I am trying to do it with logparser and tracing logs.
If anyone can suggest a tool to do it.
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