Microsoft Exchange server is one of the sensitive areas where all the changes, attributes and user properties deserve a scrutinised monitoring to prevent any adverse effect on the information exchange and email communication process. You can’t let the changes to attributes and properties impact their availability, message security or compliance. So a proactive monitoring of all the Exchange attributes and users is recommended to keep your Exchange environment trouble free. That's what the 'Exchange Reports' in ADManager Plus exactly do while the native tools, PowerShell, etc. do not offer much help in this area.
This tool's Microsoft Exchange Reports, which can be scheduled to be generated and exported automatically or on demand, are grouped into multiple categories like Distribution List Reports, Exchange Feature Based Reports, etc., to provide a quick insight into the Exchange attributes of the users and members of the distribution and non-distribution lists. This helps the administrators to validate the members and update members to or from the distribution list; view the proxy addresses, email addresses, mailbox store, recipient settings, POP3 etc. Another huge advantage is the fact that all these reports can be generated for multiple versions of, that is, Exchange 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013.
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This feature gives the contacts and user details of the distribution lists of the Exchange Server.
Report to identify the contacts and user details, which are not part of any distribution list in the selected domain(s). This also includes the details of users who do not belong to any group.
It provides the list of all mail-enabled users. Mail enabled users can receive messages only at an external mail address, they have no mail boxes in exchange server but still their names will be populated in the global address list.
It provides the list of all mailbox-enabled users. All mailbox-enabled users have a mailbox in microsoft exchange server.
This report lists out all the mail-enabled groups. If a group is mail-enabled, emails can be sent to all the members the group.
This report will give you the list of all the users who have proxy email address. The specified search string is compared to the values in the 'proxyAddresses' LDAP attribute to fetch the list of users with proxy email address.
This report will list down all the groups with proxy Email address. The value in 'proxyAddresses' LDAP attribute is compared to the search string to identify and list the groups with proxy email address.
This report provides the list of all the users without any mailbox. These users do not have any mailbox created or assigned for them in Exchange.
This report lists out all the users who for whom Outlook Mobile Access has been enabled. OMA enabled users can access their Outlook accounts and all its features like email, calendar, tasks and contacts, from the browsers on their mobile devices.
This report lists out all the users for whom Outlook Mobile Access has been disabled. OMA disabled users will not be able to access their outlook accounts from mobile devices.
This report lists out all the users who have Outlook Web Access enabled for them. OWA enabled users can access their Outlook accounts and all its features like email, calendar, tasks and contacts, from any web browser via internet.
This report will give the list of all the users who have Outlook Web Access disabled. OWA disabled users cannot access their Outlook accounts via internet through a browser.
This report gives the list of all the POP3 enabled users. ADManager Plus retrieves the corresponding value of the 'protocolSettings' LDAP attribute of the POP3 enabled users and lists them in this report.
This provides the list of POP3 disabled users. For the attribute “protocolSettings” LDAP contains different values, ADManager Plus retrieves the respective value for POP3 disabled users and provides the list.
This report lists all the IMAP4 enabled users. ADManager Plus retrieves the corresponding value of the 'protocolSettings' attribute for the IMAP4 enabled users and lists them.
This provides the list of IMAP4 disabled users For the attribute “protocolSettings” LDAP contains different values, ADManager Plus retrieves the respective values for IMAP4 disabled users and provides the list.
With this report, administrators can get to know all the users who can automatically synchronize the Outlook data between their Microsoft Exchange Server and their mobile devices. ADManager Plus checks the 'Active Sync' settings specific bit in the 'msExchOMAAdminWirelessEnable' attribute and displays all the users for whom this setting has been enabled.
This report provides administrators with the list of all the users who will not be able to automatically synchronize the Outlook data with their Microsoft Exchange Server and mobile devices. ADManager Plus checks the 'Active Sync' settings specific bit in the 'msExchOMAAdminWirelessEnable' attribute and fetches all the users for whom this setting has been disabled.
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This report will list all the users who have been assigned a default size for the emails that they send.
This report lists down all the users who have restrictions on the size of emails that they can send.
This report lists down all the users who have a default limit on the number of recipients they can send emails to.
This report will list down all the users who have restrictions on the number of recipients they can send emails to.
This report lists down all the users who have a default size limit on the emails that they can receive.
This report will fetch all the users who have restrictions on the size of email that they can receive.
This report will give the list of users who have the default limit as the storage limit for their Exchange mailbox. When a mailbox is created, if no specific storage limit specified, the default storage limit will be applied for the mailbox.
This report list down all the users who have limits set for their Exchange mailbox storage.
In organizations with large networks some mail addresses are kept confidential and would not be populated in the Global Address List. This report provides the list of all users whose mail addresses are hidden from exchange address list.
This report will give the list of all the users who have no restrictions in receiving emails from and these users can receive emails from anyone.
This report lists down all the users who have restrictions in receiving emails. These users can receive emails only from a specified set of users.
This report will fetch all the users whose emails are forwarded to any specific user.
Beloe is the complete list of Exchange Server based reports, all these reports can be generated and also exported in multiple formats:
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