RE: Message count

  • From: <ChongJa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 17:23:50 -0500

Try this site, it will take your message tracking logs and and export
them into access db. It has preset .asp pages to query those figures. I
have used it before and works greats. Will also give stats about your
users as well. Screen shot below
http://www.outlookexchange.com/articles/glenscales/mtrackrs.asp
Also can use sql exchange reporting pack but requires sql licensing.
 
<http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=108c2b01-2cc9-
4a84-a669-eb22533fa5e2&DisplayLang=en>
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=108c2b01-2cc9-4
a84-a669-eb22533fa5e2&DisplayLang=en
 
By-Date <http://localhost/tracking.asp>          Internal/External-User
<http://localhost/Tracking1.asp> Detail  Over-Time-User Detail
<http://localhost/tracking2.asp>         Top-
<http://localhost/tracking5.asp>  <http://localhost/tracking5.asp>
Receivers-Ext    Top-Senders-Ext <http://localhost/tracking6.asp>
Graph-Day <http://localhost/tracking3.asp>       Graph-Hour
<http://localhost/tracking4.asp>        
Current Query Period: 14 Days    
Select Period (Days): Today
<http://localhost/tracking1.asp?SD=20060111&ED=20060111&QP=1>  Yest
<http://localhost/tracking1.asp?SD=20060110&ED=20060110&QP=Yesterday>  7
<http://localhost/tracking1.asp?SD=20060104&ED=20060111&QP=7>   14
<http://localhost/tracking1.asp?SD=20051228&ED=20060111&QP=14>   21
<http://localhost/tracking1.asp?SD=20051221&ED=20060111&QP=21>  31
<http://localhost/tracking1.asp?SD=20051211&ED=20060111&QP=31>  365
<http://localhost/tracking1.asp?SD=20050111&ED=20060111&QP=365> 

        

         Internal        External        
Total

Received         Sent    Received        Sent   

Mailbox

#        Size (MB)       #       Size (MB)       #       Size (MB)
#        Size (MB)       #       Size (MB)      

Grand Total

#        Size (MB)       #       Size (MB)       #       Size (MB)
#        Size (MB)       #       Size (MB)      
          <http://localhost/TrackingUserD.asp?UN=all&QT=InRecd>
0.00      <http://localhost/TrackingUserD.asp?UN=all&QT=InSent>
0.00      <http://localhost/TrackingUserD.asp?UN=all&QT=ExRecd>
0.00      <http://localhost/TrackingUserD.asp?UN=all&QT=ExSent>
0.00      <http://localhost/TrackingUserD.asp?UN=all&QT=Total>
0.00    
 
 
 
 

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From: Tom Kern [mailto:tpkern@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2006 5:08 PM
To: [ExchangeList]
Subject: [exchangelist] Message count


http://www.MSExchange.org/ 
Whats the best way to get an accurate count of all email leaving your
system(going out to the internet,smtp connector) per day or hour?
 
First i'd like a free(script maybe?) verison and then any $$ solutions.
 
I'm running Exchange 2000 mixed mode.
I have one smtp connector.

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