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How do I get a report of emails sent and received from a 2010 exchange mailbox?

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Hello,
I need to run a report that tells me how many emails have been sent and received froma mailbox over the last few weeks and months.

I have no real powerscript knowledge so would need complete guidance!

can anyone help me with this?

thanks.
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You will need to use the get-messagetrackinglog cmdlet.

If you have a single CAS server you can use something similar to below.

Get-MessageTrackingLog -sender emailaddress@domain.com -eventid send -start "11/16/2013 12:00" -end "11/19/2013 12:00" | measure-object

If you have multiple cas servers you will need to specify a name using the -server switch.

Get-MessageTrackingLog -sender emailaddress@domain.com -server servername -eventid send -start "11/16/2013 12:00" -end "11/19/2013 12:00" | measure-object
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For received you would do the same but change the -eventid from send to receive.

Other possible command line switches are here.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997573%28v=exchg.141%29.aspx
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Thanks but these cmdlts all return a 0 count.

What am I doing wrong!?!
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What about if you just try
Get-MessageTrackingLog -sender user@domain.com

If this doesnt return any results you may not have message tracking enabled. You will need to enable it.

http://exchangeserverpro.com/exchange-2010-message-tracking/

If it does return a value then try adding the -eventid send parameter and see if that returns anything.
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Thanks, I did not have all the variables set correctly.
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