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Windows SBS 2011 - Monthly E-Mail Usage Report - how

Is there a way in SBS 2011 to get the Report for E-Mail usage on a monthly, instead of a daily basis? Since daily E-Mail usage isn't really helpful ...

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ronnypotCommented:
If you create a new report you can only select daily or weekly, monthly is not an option.

So you migth go for weekly in stead of daily.
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hax1Author Commented:
The problem is that even the weekly report only contains the last 24 hours of e-mail usage (not the last week!), so that's not really helpful, I want a report where I can see e-mail usage for the last month, otherwise it's rather useless for me ...
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ronnypotCommented:
Sorry about that, but there as far as I know there is no way to change these reports. If you want to get other information from the server you need to look for a third party product or create your own powershell scripts to report information
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hax1Author Commented:
Ah ok, i thought somebody might already have done that, since it's been there in SBS 2003 and I and most of my clients really liked it ... but well, not the first good thing microsoft has removed from a product ;-)
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hax1Author Commented:
Thanks, gonna look there! :-)
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