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Hi All

We have just had Exchange 2010 installed for us and we now have a request to see if we can found out how many emails have been sent internally and externally from a number of individual email addresses. Is there a way to find this out as we are all VERY new to Exchange 2010.

Thanks for any information
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The low tech way would be to open the exchange logs in excel and count. If you aren't familiar enough with powershell. You could also try a third party program.
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