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Is there a way to know the number of inbound email over one mailbox?
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Question by:Hiroyuki Tamura
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Hi are you using exchange 201*

If so you can try the following script, but you will need to modify so that its for one day

####################################
# Exchange 2010 send/receive weekly report generator
# Created by: Eric Schewe
# Created on: 2014-10-02
#
####################################
# Summary:
#   This script will count the unique message IDs send and recieved by a mailbox
#   on a weekly basis and e-mail a report to the designated recipients. We are
#   specifically using this script to track mailflow to and from a generic account
#   in our enviroment.
#
#   This script is meant to be run on a Monday so it can gather the previous weeks
#   e-mails (Monday - Sunday).
#
####################################
# Instructions:
#   1. Set $mailbox to the generic account you want stats from
#   2. Set $emailFrom to the e-mail address that the report will be sent from
#   3. Set $emailTo to the people who will receive the report
#   4. Set $smtpServer to a SMTP server you can send e-mail from
#   
####################################
 
#Powershell Garbage
$nl = [Environment]::NewLine
 
#Mailbox to gather stats on
$mailbox=""
 
#Get todays date twice
$startDate=Get-Date
$endDate=Get-Date
 
#Subtract 1 day from todays date (report ending day) and 7 days from todays date (report starting day)
$startDateFormatted=$startDate.AddDays(-7).ToShortDateString()
$endDateFormatted=$endDate.AddDays(-1).ToShortDateString()
 
 
#Who to send the e-mail report to.
#Multiple e-mail addresses should be in this format "<email1@somewhere.com>, <email2@somewhere.com>"
$emailFrom = "no-reply@mydomain.com"
$emailTo = ""
$subject = "Weekly e-mail report for $mailbox for $startDateFormatted - $endDateFormatted"
$smtpServer = ""
 
 
# Sent e-mails
$sendCount = Get-TransportServer | Get-MessageTrackingLog -Start "$startDateFormatted 00:00:00" -End "$endDateFormatted 23:59:59" -Sender $mailbox -resultsize unlimited | select-object -unique MessageId
 
# Received e-mails - This works but not on generic accounts
$receiveCount = Get-TransportServer | Get-MessageTrackingLog -Start "$startDateFormatted 00:00:00" -End "$endDateFormatted 23:59:59" -Recipients $mailbox -resultsize unlimited | select-object -unique MessageId
 
$sendCountString = $sendCount.count
$receiveCountString = $receiveCount.count
 
$body = "Mailbox stats for: $mailbox $nl
Report date range: $startDateFormatted 00:00:00 - $endDateFormatted 23:59:59 $nl
Total e-mails sent: $sendCountString $nl
Total e-mails received: $receiveCountString"
 
$smtp = new-object Net.Mail.SmtpClient($smtpServer)
$smtp.Send($emailFrom, $emailTo, $subject, $body)

I have a scheduled task configured on one of our Exchange servers that runs this every Monday morning and provide me the stats on a generic mailbox for the previous week (Monday – Sunday).

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by:Hiroyuki Tamura
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Thank you,.
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