Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Get HUB server stats from Message Tracking

Now in Exchange 2007, from Command Shell using Message Tracking, you can pull out some of the very exciting statistics which were never so easy from the previous versions of exchange.

Here we are talking about pulling up records like:

  • Number of emails sent by HUB servers over a given period of time.
  • Number of emails received by HUB servers over a given period of time.
  • Number of emails sent by a particular sender or received by a particular recipient over a given period time

Example: To get the number of emails sent by a HUB server, run this command from EMS:

Get-MessageTrackinglog -server -start "MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm am/pm" -End "MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm /pm" -event SEND -ResultSize 999999 I measure-object

Similarly you can add the switches like -event RECEIVE to get the number of message recieved, -Sender "Email address" to get from a particular sender etc.

Read this article from Bharat Suneja to get more details on Message Tracking from Exchange Server 2007


Patrick said...

Can I limit the number of messages a user can send out over a given period of time?

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