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Monitoring Exchange Server programmatically - 13.Sep.2007 8:05:58 AM   


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Hello All,

I am new to Exchange Server programming. I have to write a program that monitors Exchange Server for:
1. CPU load
2. Disk load
3. Memory pressure
4. Messaging Stats

and other parameters.

I have got no idea how to do it.

If anyone has any idea please help.

Thanks and Regards,
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RE: Monitoring Exchange Server programmatically - 14.Sep.2007 1:42:15 PM   


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Is Perfmon not enough?  It should cover what you need...and it comes with Windows....and you can monitor the server remotely.

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RE: Monitoring Exchange Server programmatically - 13.Jul.2012 10:17:50 AM   


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I use Quest PacketTrap which accomplishes most of this. If your looking to just monitor Send/Receive ability of an email server try out MXAlerts. I've been using it for some time now and works pretty well. Does round-trip email monitoring.


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