Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging Mailbox Activity

Anyway to determine if calls hit a specific UM box without having the Missed Call Notification on?

So for a specific timeframe how many callers went to a mailbox but didn't leave a message.

Thanks for the insight.

-Scott
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sseiferAuthor Commented:
Anyone?

The landing spot for messages that get left is actually a public folder that the mailbox forwards to.  I have entertained the idea of turning the MissedCallNotification back on, then creating a delete rule for missed calls.  Then at least I could access the mailbox and see the missed calls.  But I am interested in callers that hung up in the past!

Anything helps!  Thanks
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Glen KnightCommented:
No, sorry, there is no way to do this.
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sseiferAuthor Commented:
OK - Thanks!
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