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Exchange 2007 message statistics

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We are running exchange 2007, im trying to see if there is some way of pulling a report that will show each user and then the amount of emails they sent on a certain. Recently we were placed on a blacklist due to someone in the company sending out spam emails. We believe we have found the culprit machine and cleaned it but we would like to track the amount of sent mails per user.

Any help would be appreciated.
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this might help you out. Look for Reporting on e-mail messages sent and received yesterday you'll have to mess around with the date and add export-csv drive:\filename.csv to the last line to put in a csv file
http://www.simple-talk.com/sysadmin/exchange/message-tracking-in-exchange-2007/
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