As an Exchange administrator, you need to be well-informed about every factor that governs Exchange mailboxes. The huge volume of mailbox information, however, makes it difficult to track mailbox sizes, inactive mailboxes, and other attributes.
Depending on the native tools or PowerShell to obtain these statistics can be complex and time-consuming. Exchange Reporter Plus, with its comprehensive reports on mailbox properties across Exchange Servers 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2019, simplifies your task.
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Archive Mailbox Size Reports
General Mailbox Settings
Size is a crucial aspect of mailboxes because it is directly related to resource management on the server. Exchange Reporter Plus lets you:
Exchange mailboxes, like any other assets of the organization, need a periodic clean-up. It's easy to remove the unwanted components, but isolating them is tedious. Get this task done using Exchange Reporter Plus.
Exchange Reporter Plus gives you granular details about the account status of your organization's mailboxes. View in-depth information about inactive mailboxes (based on last logon time and the times at which a last email was sent or received), disabled and disconnected mailboxes, expired mailboxes, and more.
Report on and audit Exchange Online using Exchange Reporter Plus.
Archiving is a best practice because it helps with saving space and accessing historic mailbox content. Exchange Reporter Plus lets you view the archive name, mailbox size, assigned quota, archive warning quota, and more. You can also check the location of the archive (local/cloud-based) and the status of archiving process (pending/completed).
Exchange Reporter Plus' General Reports give you the basic information you need about your Exchange Servers. With these reports, you can:
Exchange Reporter Plus provides actionable information on all aspects of your Exchange environment to ensure its smooth functioning. All the Exchnage mailbox reports can be exported to a particular destination folder or can be emailed in any format, including PDF (Adobe Acrobat), CSV, XLS (Excel), and HTML.