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

Posted on 2011-10-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-12

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.

Question by:krishab46
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    by:Shabarinath Ramadasan
    You need to use the below command.



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

    Good luck
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    Accepted Solution

    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.

    Best Regards.

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