Number of emails sent/received per user, exchange 2010

Posted on 2012-09-10
Last Modified: 2013-03-21
I would like to know an easy way to get a list of the amount of email our users are sending/receiving. I have seen references to a PowerShell script, but unsure how to edit to get what I would like.

I would ultimately like to see the user, number sent, number received, past 30 days.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Question by:nick_kessler
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    To get the information you want, you need to pull it from the message tracking logs. First, you need to ensure you have message traking enabled and it is set to retain logs for the 30 days you require. You can find information of how to configure these settings here -

    You can use the following powershell script to analyze those logs and get the information you are looking for -

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    Thanks JJ,
    I have Management tools installed on exchange 2010, I placed your script in the C:temp folder. But unsure how to pull up the WizBang Message Tracker window...
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    by:Jamie McKillop
    Open the Exchange management shell and navigate the the C:\temp directory then run the powershell script.

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    Got ya... thx.

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