Exchange Mailbox Status Reports is a simple mailbox status monitoring tool aimed at maintaining the Exchange environment clean and preventing it from getting populated with stale/unused mailboxes. Reports on Mailbox Status shed light on operational statistics like whether the mailbox is up and running or hidden from GAL or inactive or disconnected. Monitoring such real–time status information on mailboxes becomes a sheer necessity for the very reason that the mailboxes consume a significant amount of server resources and that they need to be moved to necessary locations.
Report on and audit Exchange Online using Exchange Reporter Plus.
The Mailbox Size reports for both Exchange Servers and Office 365 lists mailbox sizes of your Exchange setup.
The Exchange Mailbox Size reports allow you to:
This is a report to understand all users who are mailbox enabled. An administrator can use this report to get the basic information on Exchange mailbox enabled users and check their last logon time, last logon user, Alias name etc.
A need to hide mailboxes arises when selected mailboxes need to be blocked from showing up in the Global Address List. Examples of such mailboxes include the mailboxes associated with disabled user accounts. This report gathers all such hidden Exchange mailboxes based on msExchHideFromAddressLists attribute which is set to TRUE.
Finding dormant mailboxes is considered to be one of those mind numbing tasks an Exchange administrator has to perform. Exchange Reporter Plus alters such notions with its reports on Inactive mailboxes. Once the report is scheduled in the PowerShell configured Admin system, the software uses the last sent mail timestamp value and tracks the list of all mailboxes which were inactive across any server like 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 or 2016 within the specified period.
This report serves the same purpose as that of the previous report but from that of the receiver's perspective. This report uses the last logon timestamp value and lists the mailboxes that have not been accessed at all or used for the specified time period of 'n' days.
Discover all the stale mailboxes in your organization using this report. In addition to the time of reception of emails, this report also displays details such as the names of the mailboxes, servers, and mailbox databases involved. This report will come in handy during internal license audits, when you wish to free up licenses from inactive mailboxes.
This report lists the mailboxes that were orphaned without any Active Directory user accounts. Getting knowledge on the orphaned mailboxes becomes important for deciding the fate of such mailboxes: whether to purge such mailboxes or to re associate them with an Active Directory user account.
Getting a hold on stale mailboxes is now just a click away with Expired Account Mailboxes report. This report generates a list of the accounts that got expired in the last 'n' days along with details like account expiration time.
Not just expired accounts, the accounts that are set to expire in the future can also be traced. This report aids an administrator to recognize in advance the accounts that are set to expire in the days to come.
Exchange Mailbox Status reports provide useful statistics with which you can easily monitor the status of all mailboxes in your organization. You can also configure these reports to be exported to a destination folder or emailed to you at a specified time of the day in PDF, CSV, XLS, or HTML format.