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MessageStats 7.6 - Reports User Guide

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

Introducing Storage Reports

MessageStats provides an enterprise view of all physical storage use and free space in your Exchange organization:

Storage - Servers Summary

This report lists the Exchange servers in the organization with the database information aggregated to the server level.

The report provides two graphs:

If the selected period is greater than one day, the graphs show a trend of the databases or the percentage used over time.

The Server link allows you to drill down to the Databases Summary report.

Storage - Database Summary

This report lists the Exchange servers in the organization, the databases on each server, the database size, and the number of mailboxes in each database. The report identifies whether the database is the active database copy in the Database Availability Group (DAG).

The report also provides graphs for mailbox and public folder databases. The graphs aggregate the data across all databases to the server level. If the period is one day, the graphs provide a comparison of the servers. If the period is greater than one day, then the graph presents trends over the period.

The Database link allows you to drill down to the Server Details report.

Storage - Servers Details

This report provides the details underlying an Exchange server, reporting on the number of databases for every volume on a server. The report identifies the Database Availability Group (DAG) to which the server belongs.

By default, the report provides the database, database path, and size.

Storage - Database Copy Distribution

This report shows the location and size of all the physical copies of the mailbox databases and public folder databases.

It provides details such as whether the database copy is the active copy, identifies the server that hosts each copy of a database, and shows the number of mailboxes that each database contains.

 

Exchange Internet Reports

Introducing Internet Reports

The Internet reports provide information about the way your Exchange organization interacts with the Internet. The reports contain the following information:

If you have Outlook and Office Communicator installed and running on the computer on which you view these reports, you can view presence status icons for the mailboxes in these reports.

If you right-click a status icon, you can communicate with the mailbox owner. For more information about presence information in reports, see Viewing Presence Information .

About Top Internet Domain Reports

The Top Internet Domains branch of the reports tree contains reports that reveal the top Internet domains that have been observed in the gathered tracking logs. The reports list the incoming (received) mail traffic, and the outgoing (sent) mail traffic.

Top Internet Domains By Messages

This report provides a list of the Internet domains that most often appear in originator or recipient lists, grouped by total number of messages.

The report includes messages from or to a system mailbox such as journaling messages.

Top Internet Domains By Volume

This report provides a list of the Internet domains that most often appear in the originator or recipient lists, grouped by the total volume of messages.

The report includes messages from or to a system mailbox such as journaling messages.

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