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Daily count of emails to mailbox exchange 2007

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Hi all, is it possible to count the number of mails sent to a mailbox per day. Also how could i mail the result with the stats?

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Use this script
http://exchangeserverinfo.net/2013/03/daily-mail-flow-summary-report/

If you are looking for only one mailbox use message tracking logs, you can parse it using Powershell or use GUI one from EMC tool box.
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You can also use Microsoft Exchange Profile Analyzer and follow this steps to get the information: http://blogs.technet.com/b/ucedsg/archive/2010/03/18/grab-the-updated-exchange-profile-analyzer-8-03-0056-tool-released-in-march-2010.aspx

This tool can run from a workstation. Upon completion, we'll be presented with a number of statistics. First, scroll down and look for the section Results with Time Frame Applied. Send and Receive averages, expand Message Frequency and record the Avg
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