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Exchange Overall Internet Traffic Reports
Be it a small or a large business organization, each firm has some plans and policies in place to monitor the internet traffic within the organization. Such measures act as a protective layer safeguarding the critical business information. Understanding the importance and need for such measures, Exchange Reporter Plus provides the Overall Internet Traffic reports. These reports track the email messages beyond the Exchange boundary and provide the Exchange IT professionals with real-time information by making a complete internet traffic analysis.
These reports can be categorized under three broad heads
Reports on overall traffic from/to Internet
The reports under this category provide the following important insights for administrators.
Reports from/to a specific external domain
The reports under this category lets the user select any specific external domain and monitor the traffic in terms of the number and size of messages communicated to the specific external domain.
Reports from/to internet by a specific user
Rather than inspecting email traffic to a specific external domain, a need to monitor the internet traffic of any specific user may also arise. To address such needs, this category of reports is designed. All that the administrator has to do is select an Exchange user whose activities require monitoring. Once this is done and the report is scheduled, all the information is gathered from the Exchange logs and listed.
List of Reports on traffic from/to Internet (by specific User)
In addition to the above categories, an IT staff can also monitor a specific user's mailing activity with respect to a specific external domain. The report titled 'Number of Mails Sent to a Specific Domain by a Given User report' comes handy to track any user who has accessed a compromised site and invited malware into the organization. With the Overall Internet Traffic reports to monitor Exchange internet traffic across all servers 2003, 2007 or 2010, organizations can be sure of an aggregate reporting mechanism in place.