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top senders / top receivers cmdlet - 25.Jun.2008 8:55:28 AM   
exchangedev

 

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Hello,

Any cmdlet by which I can list top senders / top receivers in my organization? I would like to list say top users who send / receive more than other users.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks for your time!!

Thanks & Regards,
Neel
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RE: top senders / top receivers cmdlet - 25.Jun.2008 12:07:22 PM   
Sembee

 

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You would have to manipulate the message tracking logs for that information, or use a third party tool to process them.

There is a post on the MS Exchange Team blog about using Log Parser and the transport logs. http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2007/11/28/447598.aspx

Simon.

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