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what is the power shell command for finding the number of mails received

Hi

I have got Exchange Server 2010 deployed in my organisation and everyone is using a generic mailbox named SBS.Meetings, I mean everyone has added this generic mailbox as an additional mailbox in there outlook 2003. I just wanted to know that is there any method or power shell command to find out how many mails were received by SBS. Meetings  mailbox for the last 4 days, I just want the count of mails. Please help.

Thanks.
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krishab46
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Shabarinath RamadasanInfrastructure Specialist - MicrosoftCommented:
You need to use the below command.

Get-MessageTrackingLog

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997573.aspx

Example

Get-MessageTrackingLog -Start "10/20/2011 9:00AM" -End "10/25/2011 5:00PM"  -EventId "Receive"

Good luck
Shaba
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prashubvpCommented:
Open Exchange Management Console--> Click on Toolbox--> Locate Tracking Log Explorer--> Enter the receipiant address and select the date duration and click next to get the result.

Also you can export this to XL Sheet by using the following method.

http://www.exchangedictionary.com/index.php/Exchange-Dictionary/messagetracking-csvexport-ex2010.html

Best Regards.
Prashanth
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