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Dear Sir

is there a way i can analysis my received emails to exchange 2010 server from which countries is coming ????
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by:Adam Brown
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Not natively, no. You would have to use a third party utility to get it done, and I have no idea who would make a program that's capable of doing that.
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You could try a spam solution like SpamTitan. It shows origin of mail in it's handled mail. It is a Spam product not freebut works perfect.
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thanks a lot for response

is there any other solution like if i can analyze exchange logs via (aws state) or something like this  ??
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