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Exchange server 2010 monitoring tools

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Any Exchange email server 2010 Expert out there that have used monitoring tools for Exchange 2010.

either:

-Commercial tools
-Free Tools
-Scripts
etc...

I need tools or scripts, that will give me the size of each database, and how many emails are in the queue, etc..., I am not sure what else need to be monitored in Exchange 2010.

We use Nagios, for CPU, RAM, DISK alerts, I am not sure that is application aware, other that monitoring services, if they are started or stopped.

Any help will be very much appreciated.

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I guess this one cannot work without SCOM:
http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/details.aspx?id=692
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i will try manageengine and see...
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You may want to look into a round trip email monitor. Doesnt necessarily replace the other software but great addition because it will tell you with certainty if email is up or down. You can google it and find a few different ones. We've been using mxalerts
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