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MessageStats 7.5.1 - Administrator Guide

What is MessageStats? MessageStats Information Sources Creating a Connection to Exchange Using the Console Interface Creating Gathering Tasks Default Gatherings Extending Gathering Tasks Configuring Audits Setting Configuration Properties Setting MessageStats Server Properties Setting Exchange Organization Properties Setting Exchange Server Properties Setting Task Execution Server Properties Setting Task Default Properties Compressing Tracking Log Files Using the MessageStats Reports Console Database Management Appendix A:Microsoft ASP.NET Configuration Issues Appendix B: Gathering Task Dependencies Appendix C:Troubleshooting Permission Problems

Exchange Default Gathering Task Template Details

To configure an Exchange Default Gathering task at the Organization level, the Create Task Wizard presents the base pages that allow you to define the required task information.

Selecting the Task Template

Use the Select Task Template page to select a gathering task template and to name the task. Ensure that the name is unique but reflects the purpose of the task.

For a description of all gathering tasks and any task dependencies, see Appendix B: Gathering Task Dependencies .

Name

Enter a task name. The name that you enter appears in the task list of the Tasks Summary View. To change the task name, right-click the name from the Tasks Summary node, select Properties, and edit the name.

Template

Select the template from the template list for all available gathering tasks. The gathering task description is displayed under the Template box.

Setting the Date Range for Tracking Logs

Use the Tracking Log Date Range page to configure the date range for the tracking log gathering. Since many MessageStats gathering tasks do not require tracking log information, this page only appears when you select the Default Gathering task or the Exchange Tracking Log template.

Date Range

Select Yesterday, Last 3 Days, Last Week, or Custom.

If you select the Yesterday, Last 3 Days, or Last Week date ranges, the start and end dates are automatically updated to reflect the date range you selected.

If you select the Custom date range, you must enter the start date and end date in the boxes.

Start Date

Click the arrow to select the Start Date from the calendar.

End Date

Click the arrow to select the End Date from the calendar.

Specifying the Task Execution Server

Use the Task Execution Server page to specify which task execution server you want to use to run the task if you do not want to use the default gathering server.

If you installed the MessageStats Console through a custom or distributed installation, you had the option of installing additional task processors on separate servers.

Server

Specify the Task Execution Server you want to use to run the task. If you have installed additional task processors on separate servers, you can select a different Task Execution Server. If you installed only one Task Execution Server, the Server box is read-only.

For example, you might select a Task Execution Server that is closer to the MessageStats Database server rather than close to the Exchange server. Since most of the data is going from the task processor to the SQL database, this could improve performance.

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