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Monitor the number Exchange Emails/Activity?

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We have Exchange 2007.  I am currious if there is a way to monitor the amount of Emails being received by Exchange.  What I am most interested in is the ability to see if there has been a spike in EMail quantity received.  The scenario for this request is in the event that say our organization was to come under a mass mailing attack, we would like to be able to view and analyze the rise in activity and possibly see where they are comming from.

I am interested in built-in Exchange methods or free MS tools or 3rd party tools.  I have been searching around, but thought I would go straight to the experts first on this one.  
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