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get total message sent/receive by exchange server

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I am running Exchange 2003, is there a way to tell total message process by server. This would be total inbound and outbound thru the server, both internal and external mail.


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I belive there is a tool that you can use to parse the log files and get these information. let me dig-up more. I will reply back.
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