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Posted on 2014-02-25
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I am looking for a way with Exchange 2010 to run a report on a specific mailbox group, a list of all sent and received emails, with date and times.  I want to export to csv for statistical purposes.  Is this possible with Exchange Management console?  Is there another application I can do this with easily?

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Question by:jenniferbillington
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by:Krishna Patil
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You can try following command.

Get-MessageTrackingLog -Start "03/13/2010 09:00:00" -End "03/15/2010 17:00:00" -Sender "user@domain.com"
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by:jenniferbillington
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I tried from the shell:

Get-MessageTrackingLog -Start "02/01/2014 00:00:00" -End "02/24/2014 23:59:59" -Sender "user@domain.com" | export-csv c:\february.csv

File is empty.
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by:Krishna Patil
ID: 39886181
strange.. Its working in my setup.

#TYPE Microsoft.Exchange.Management.TransportLogSearchTasks.MessageTrackingEvent
"PSComputerName","RunspaceId","Timestamp","ClientIp","ClientHostname","ServerIp","ServerHostname","SourceContext","ConnectorId","Source","EventId","InternalMessageId","MessageId","Recipients","RecipientStatus","TotalBytes","RecipientCount","RelatedRecipientAddress","Reference","MessageSubject","Sender","ReturnPath","MessageInfo","MessageLatency","MessageLatencyType","EventData"
"Exch.domain.com","07092d1f-15dd-4a34-8daf-4a1917d869ed","25-02-2014 22:30:14","1.1.64.121","Exch","","Exch","MDB:2f2f7e72-131b-4cb5-8574-9b4e9044f10a, Mailbox:9caf88c6-922d-48ba-ad73-1a13667178fc, Event:1026707, MessageClass:IPM.Note, CreationTime:2014-02-25T17:00:12.248Z, ClientType:MOMT","","STOREDRIVER","SUBMIT","","<A8B08322006C59459A45A182430DE7FCEB8EF3@Exch.domain.com>","System.String[]","System.String[]",,,"",,"e","prox14@domain.com","","2014-02-25T17:00:12.248Z;LSRV=Exch.domain.com:TOTAL=2|MSSN=1","00:00:02.4540000","LocalServer","System.Collections.Generic.KeyValuePair`2[System.String,System.Object][]"
"Exch.domain.com","07092d1f-15dd-4a34-8daf-4a1917d869ed","25-02-2014 22:30:14","1.1.64.121","Exch.domain.com","1.1.64.121","Exch","08D0FBE3D6783EE0","","STOREDRIVER","RECEIVE","30","<A8B08322006C59459A45A182430DE7FCEB8EF3@Exch.domain.com>","System.String[]","System.String[]","5746","1","",,"e","prox14@domain.com","prox14@domain.com","04I: ",,"None","System.Collections.Generic.KeyValuePair`2[System.String,System.Object][]"
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by:jenniferbillington
ID: 39886185
I tried it on an individual and it exported some data, but the group doesn't report anything.
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Try
Get-MessageTrackingLog -Start "03/13/2010 09:00:00" -End "03/15/2010 17:00:00" -Recipients "user@domain.com"
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by:jenniferbillington
ID: 39886227
That did it.  Thanks!
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