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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

Where to Go from Here

For information about using the console interface, see Using the Console Interface .

To add gatherings, see Default Gatherings or Beyond the Default Gathering .

To review gathering task descriptions and dependencies, see Appendix B: Gathering Task Dependencies .

To view reports based on your gatherings, and to create custom reports, see the MessageStats Reports User Guide.

Creating a Connection to Exchange

Connecting to an Exchange Organization

You use the Connect option to connect to an Exchange server that MessageStats uses as the access point to enumerate an Exchange organization.

By default, the server to which you connect is also used as the server from which data is gathered. However, you can specify different Exchange servers for gatherings at the Exchange organizational level or at the task level.

When you connect to an Exchange organization, you must select an appropriate Exchange connection server. The connection server is used to enumerate the Exchange organization:

Select the Exchange Organizations node.

At least one public folder or mailbox server that is running Exchange 2010:

At least one public folder or mailbox server that is running Exchange 2013:

At least one public folder or mailbox server that is running Exchange 2016:

Click Next.
To use different credentials than the account that is specified for the default Task Credentials, select Specify Explicit Credentials and enter the account and password you want.
Click Accept.

Viewing Connected Exchange Organizations

When you select and expand an Exchange organization under the Exchange Organizations node, the right pane displays the servers in the selected Exchange organization.

If you have Exchange organizations that have the same organization name and display name, the Active Directory unique identifier is appended to the Exchange organization name. To change the MessageStats name for the organization, see Renaming an Exchange Organization .

When you right-click a connected Exchange organization, the following MessageStats options are available.

Create Task

Starts the Create Task Wizard. For information about creating tasks, see About the Create Task Wizard .

Add to Task

Prompts you to select the task to which you want to add the Exchange object. For information about adding Exchange objects to tasks, see Editing Tasks .

Regather Structure

MessageStats automatically runs the Exchange Organization Structure gathering every night at midnight (local time).

If you have made changes to your Exchange organization, you can use this option to force a regathering to enumerate the administration groups, routing groups, and Exchange servers that comprise the organization.


Allows you to rename the Exchange organization. For information about renaming the organization display name in MessageStats, see Renaming an Exchange Organization .


Allows you to refresh the console navigation tree.


Opens the Exchange Organization Properties dialog box. For more information, see Setting Properties for a Specific Exchange Organization .


Opens the online help. The MessageStats online help and the MMC online help are available.

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