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johnnyonetime
Apr 2, 2010


Hey guys, my boss want's me to generate a Powershell report on how many e-mails she receives on a day to day basis...

I have googled some stuff but can't really come up with anything.

I have tried Get-MailboxStatistics and GetMessageTrackingReport cmdlets and while they give me good information I can't narrow down just raw received e-mails on a daily basis.

Anyone have ideas?

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johnnyonetime
Apr 2, 2010


Linux Nazi posted:

Pretty sure the EPA will do that.

http://www.microsoft.com/download/e...s.aspx?id=10559

You won't be able to track daily message counts via the shell since I don't think that statistic is kept. And performance counters could possibly be set to see how many messages a mailbox gets per second(?). To get an actual count you will need to use a tool that scans the tracking logs.

Thanks! Unfortunately we are using hosted Exchange with Live@EDU and I'm not familiar with a way to check against our server out in the wild.

Maybe if I setup SSO with the hosted Exchange the Profile Analyzer will successfully connect.

Thanks for the tip

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