Exchange 2010 Email Alerts

Posted on 2011-10-15
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
Good Afternoon Experts,

We have a Exchange 2010 Server and i would like to get a email alert scheduled that will tell me the following:

- Replication Status of all DAG servers
- Witness Health Status
- Mail Flow Status
- Queue Statistics

Can you please assist in creating a script that can do the above?

Question by:Crucio606
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    Accepted Solution

    You have to utilize the below 3 scripts

    CollectOverMetrics.ps1 Script
    CollectReplicationMetrics.ps1 Script
    CheckDatabaseRedundancy.ps1 Script

    Please refer the below TechNet article to customize and configure the smtp address where to send the reports.
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    Expert Comment

    for a permanent solution, rather than the scripts\scheduled task, should you invest on SCOM?

    The scheduled task created by Exchange runs the script in monitoring mode. This mode also enables the script to be invoked by a monitoring solution, such as Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM).

    Related Links: (same as the pervious post)

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