Last time email received by DL

Hello Expert,

I have Exchange 2013 single mailbox+ CAS server role. I have total 300 DL, I would like to find out last email received   time stamp for all DL. could you please help me to get the right script for the same
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Manoj BojewarAsked:
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
That information isn't stored by Exchange or the domain.

The best you can do is query message tracking logs, but as those are only stored for 14 days, the results cannot be depended on.

Simon.
Manoj BojewarAuthor Commented:
thats fine. i have 30 days logs enable on my servers. even if get report for last 30 days DL last email stamp works for me.

Currently, i am using below command to get individual last email time stamp.

get-messagetrackinglog -recipients "test@abc.com" -resultsize unlimited |select-object recipients,timestamp |sort timestamp -descending
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
You just need to wrap this using the foreach command in powershell. Use the below command to accomplish this.

Depending on where you have your distribution group names it will be slightly different.

For TXT list
$DisGroups = get-content "c:\DistributionGroupNames.txt"
ForEach ($Group in $DisGroups) {
get-messagetrackinglog -recipients $Group -resultsize unlimited |select-object recipients,timestamp |sort timestamp -descending 
}

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CSV File Script
$DisGroups = import-csv "c:\DistributionGroupNames.csv"
ForEach ($Group in $DisGroups) {
$Group.GroupName
get-messagetrackinglog -recipients $Group.GroupName -resultsize unlimited |select-object recipients,timestamp |sort timestamp -descending 
}

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You need to construct your CSV file in 1 column using GroupName as the heading.

Will.

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Manoj BojewarAuthor Commented:
this script is not working. please help me how to run this.
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