Get detailed insights into your organization's distribution lists using Exchange Reporter Plus, a granular Exchange reporting, change auditing, and monitoring tool. View Exchange distribution lists' details, monitor their traffic, and identify inactive distribution groups in your organization effortlessly with pre-configured, extensive reports.
View details about the Exchange email distribution lists in your organization, their members, and status using the following Exchange reports.
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List complete details about all the distribution lists in Exchange (mailing lists) available in your organization, including the:
Besides mentioning the number of members in a distribution group, this report also reveals the group type and scope. Most importantly, it shows who the owner of a group is and who manages the group (the owner need not necessarily be the manager of a distribution list). Additionally, it provides the distinguished name of the group manager.
View all the distribution lists available in your Exchange organization. Choose a distribution group to see its members, along with details such as:
Track Microsoft Exchange distribution lists that have been inactive in terms of email transactions over a specified period of time.
View the message restrictions placed on distribution lists including the details such as:
View the permissions for all the distribution groups in your Exchange organization using this report.
It is important to track the mail traffic of distribution lists of your Exchange organization. PowerShell scripting only makes this task complicated and time-consuming. But with Exchange Reporter Plus, , you can use various reports that can help you keep an eye on the mail traffic of distribution lists. Read more about our distribution list traffic reports.
The Distribution List reports display data for Microsoft Exchange server versions 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016. Export the reports to a desired destination folder or even email them in various formats, including CSV, PDF (Adobe Acrobat), XLS (Excel) and HTML.
A distribution list in an Exchange organization is a mail-enabled universal distribution group. They are used to distribute messages to multiple recipients at the same time without having to send the message individually to each recipient.