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    Mail counts?

    Morning all,

    Just a quickie...

    Is there a way to put a count in place for the number of internal mails that go through Exchange?

    I've had a bit of a look, and can find a powershell script, but as I'm a newb with scripting, I'm not sure I want to take that on!

    Any ideas would be gratefully received!

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    If you just want a quick count for a given time period, you could just use the message tracking... with regards to keeping a continuous count, though, couldn't say. Scripting's only as hard as a bit of copy-pasta anyway, be brave :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsanta View Post
    If you just want a quick count for a given time period, you could just use the message tracking... with regards to keeping a continuous count, though, couldn't say. Scripting's only as hard as a bit of copy-pasta anyway, be brave :P
    It would be a continuous count for a two week period.

    From what I can see in Message Tracking, that would involve me counting the mails individually..... There must be an easier way?

    Scripting would be fine, if the server wasn't mission critical! So I'm a bit reticent to run something that I'm not sure of the background of!

    :dontwantthesack:

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    You can export the XML from the tracking thingummy - click View A Report on the left and it shows all the troubleshooting assistant results. Expand the relevant result and Export Results. You'll have to find something to parse the XML though, can't think of anything off the top of my head - though surely someone round here will

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