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How printout from Exchange 2010 with logparser the amount of emails rcvd/sent from a specified mailbox

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Hi Folks,

I'm looking for a way to retrieve the number of emails sent & receive from a specific mailbox a specific period of time from Exchange 2010. I know that the tool logparser can do some miracles from the logs.
Does anyone know how to do it?
Regards
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Hello,

You can use this tool to pull the information you are looking for - http://jamiemckillop.wordpress.com/2012/10/18/version-2-1-of-wizbang-exchange-message-tracker/

-JJ
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by:David_Pazos
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Hello,

thanks a lot for this link. Your soft looks really nice! Sadly, I've a really weird issue... I've tried it into the exchange server, the dll is saved in c:\temp, unblock the dll and the PS1 file. Then I ran the script in the Exchange Management Powershell but I get the following error :
The Windows PowerShell snap-in 'Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.Admin' is not installed on this machine.

PowerShell Exch 2010
For such issue, I've googled and I've followed the following article, but the keys are there and properly set as mentioned :
http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=200798936615650

Funny isnt it? Have you ever faced this?
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by:Jamie McKillop
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You can ignore that error. This is designed to work with Exchange 2007 and it is trying to load the 2007 cmdlets. You should be fine as long as you run it in the Exchange Management Shell. Are you getting any other errors? Is the GUI coming up?

-JJ
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by:David_Pazos
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thanks for your reply! There is an output, but there is a lot of information missing.

I've choosen the option "between" 13.02.2014 06:00 and 13.02.2014 15:00 with a defined email address and the dashboard show on the report only values from 13.02.2014 13:00 and 14:00....

not sure it's totally compatible sadly :( unless I've missunderstood something
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Is it possible the there were no messages sent or received by this user during that time?

-JJ
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Thanks for your reply. The mailbox in question is used as group mailbox and it usually gets 1000 emails per day. The dashboard shows 772 emails between 13:00 and 14:00 which is a lot for an hour.
I'll investigate and keep you posted on Monday.
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by:David_Pazos
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Hi, thanks again for your answers. Product is not working totally well on EXchange 2010 but it gives some interesting information. Points given.
David
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