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MessageStats 7.8.1 - Reports User Guide

Upgrading MessageStats Overview Typical MessageStats Upgrade Scenarios Moving the MessageStats Database Moving and Upgrading MessageStats Moving Custom Reports and Report Subscriptions Viewing, Creating, and Editing MessageStats Reports My Reports and Corporate Reports Exchange Executive Summaries Reports Exchange Organizations Reports Exchange Server Reports Exchange Content Analysis Reports Exchange Mailboxes Reports Exchange Mail Contacts Reports Exchange Distribution Groups Reports Exchange Public Folders Reports Exchange Storage Reports Exchange Internet Reports Exchange Inventory Reports Migration Reports MessageStats Gathering Reports Appendix A: How to Read the Reports Report Filter Definitions

Exporting Reports

Exporting reports allows you to save reports to a format which can serve several purposes:

The export functionality allows you to do one-time report exports. If you want to schedule the regular creation of exported reports, use the Subscription functionality. For more information, see Configuring Report Subscriptions .

In addition to exporting an entire report using the Export function on the File menu, you can also export selected portions of a report.

Right-click and select Export Selection.

You can click to select a chart or graph and right-click to use the Export option to export the graph. If you select a format such as Excel or text, the raw data used to create the graph is exported.

Setting Filter Defaults

Use the Set Filter Defaults functionality to set the default operator and values for Date, and Organization filters. The values that you set for these filters will appear on all reports that have Date and Organization filter options.

Select the MessageStats Reports node.
Select File | Set Filter Defaults.


The Date option allows you to set a default date parameter (such as This Week) for all reports that contain a Date filter.

It is recommended that you do not set absolute dates.


You can set the default Exchange organization for all reports that contain an Organization filter.

Click OK to apply the defaults.

The filter defaults appear in the filters page for all reports. Default filters do not apply to saved Custom Reports.

Browsing Reports

There are several ways to navigate and access the reports:

Using the Treeview

MessageStatsReports uses a treeview as its main navigational tool. The treeview contains folders that expand to reveal subfolders and reports.

When you select a folder from the treeview, descriptions and links to the reports in the folder are displayed in the right pane in a file-based format. If you expand the treeview, you can also select a report directly.

Folders are used to group the reports about different aspects of your Exchange environment and messaging traffic.

When you click on a report, the contents appear in the right pane.

Depending on your security role, you may not be able to see some of the branches of the treeview.

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