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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

About Internet Domain Auditing Reports

The Internet Domain Auditing branch of the reports tree contains the reports for any domain audits you have defined in the MessageStats Console. Internet domain audits are used to track the sending and receiving of Internet email messages, their intended targets, and subject lines against a defined list of email domains.

Although mail contacts are internal to your Exchange environment, they point to external SMTP addresses. As such, mail contacts are marked as external on the Internet Domain Auditing reports.

You must configure MessageStats to gather audit information using the Internet Domain Auditing property page.

Select Exchange Organizations from the navigation tree.
Select the Domain Auditing tab and click Add.
Click OK.

Domain Inbound Audits

This report presents the messages submitted to the Exchange server by the audited domain.

Domain Outbound Audits

This report presents the messages delivered to the audited domain from your Exchange organization.

About the Internal Namespace Distribution Report

MessageStats collects the namespaces that are most likely used by a company. Namespace information is gathered from the SMTP Address recipient policy. However, these may not represent all of your internal SMTP namespaces.

You can manually identify additional internal namespaces. When all internal namespaces are identified, email traffic to those namespaces is correctly reported as internal email.

Select Exchange Organizations from the treeview.
Select the SMTP Namespaces tab.
Click Add.
Enter the namespace in the Add New Internal Namespace dialog box and click OK.

Internal Namespace Distribution

This report details the distribution of messages sent from the Internet to an Exchange organization against the different SMTP domains supported by that Exchange organization.

Exchange Inventory Reports

Introducing Inventory and Chargeback Reports

Inventory reports automate much of the work that is needed for planning changes or migrations in an Exchange environment. The reports can also simplify much of the ongoing management of Microsoft Exchange.

Whether you are reviewing your Exchange organization to tune message transport or are cleaning up unneccessary overhead, inventory reports add significant value.

You can define scope to a single object and determine the steps that should be taken to increase the productivity of your environment. For pre-migration assessments, you can create regions to model the server and storage consolidations based on actual metrics.

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