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Exchange Mailbox Size Reports

Exchange Mailboxes are the information storehouse of an Exchange system. Inefficient management of mailbox can cause the mailbox size to surpass its specified quota limits. This can hamper the normal functioning of an Exchange server. Monitoring the size and growth of Exchange mailboxes is a regular task for an Exchange administrator that can help in capacity planning.

Exchange Reporter Plus introduces exclusive Exchange reports for mailbox size monitoring and management. The cluster of mailbox size reports are

Mailbox Size report

Mailbox Size report

Major highlights of this report include the following

  • A tool to extract the current mailbox size of Exchange users.
  • A graphical view of the top Exchange mailboxes based on size.
  • Top Exchange mailboxes based on both email messages count and size are generated.

Mailbox Size report - Exchange Reporter Plus

Mailbox Size report
Mailbox Size report

With the mailbox size insights shown in the dashboard, an Exchange administrator can get a quick overview of the top 10 mailbox users and can further monitor their usage patterns to prevent their mailbox size from getting out of control.

Mailbox Size Growth report

Mailbox Size Growth report

Monitoring the size of a mailbox on a per-day basis is no doubt an important task. Even more valuable information could be the growth of an Exchange mailbox in terms of its size over a period of time. That's what this report is all about!

The Exchange mailbox size growth report shows how the mailbox size has grown from its initial size to its final size over a specified time frame and acts as a tool for mailbox growth analysis.

Mailbox Size Growth report - Exchange Reporter Plus

Mailbox Size Growth report
Mailbox Size Growth report
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Current Mailbox Size Vs Quota

Current Mailbox Size Vs Quota Report

This report throws light on the following aspects

  • The current mailbox size of the user.
  • The mailbox quota limits set for Issue Warning, Prohibit Send and Prohibit Send and Receive.
  • Percentage of the current usage against the quota limits.
  • A tool to monitor the mailbox growth and the corresponding quota limits.

Current Mailbox Size Vs Quota report - Exchange Reporter Plus

Current Mailbox Size Vs Quota report
Current Mailbox Size Vs Quota report

Mailbox Size Restrictions report

 Mailbox Size Restrictions report

Imposing mailbox size restrictions is required to make sure that the users do not consume too much of server storage space and degrade its performance. An Exchange administrator can count on this report for the following

  • To identify the list of users with the default storage limits.
  • To identify users with specific mailbox storage limits.

Mailbox Size Restrictions report - Exchange Reporter Plus

Mailbox Size Restrictions report
Mailbox Size Restrictions report

Without effective mailbox size management, issues such as repeated attempts to deliver email messages, excessive waiting time for simple client operations and denial of service are quite possible. Exchange Reporter Plus's Mailbox size reports act as a complete mailbox size monitoring tool and help in reducing user frustration level, system restoration time with its quick, easy to interpret reports. The Mailbox Size reports track data from the entire Exchange Organization spanning across the Exchange server versions 2003, 2007 and 2010. The reports can be mailed to Exchange users in any formats like CSV, PDF (Adobe Acrobat), XLS (Excel) and HTML.