Monitor users' logons to Exchange mailboxes

Detailed reports on users’ Exchange mailbox logons are vital for passing IT compliance audits. These reports are also immensely helpful if you have to investigate a security incident in your Exchange environment. Further, logon reports offer insights into users’ logon patterns, peak logon times, and the servers that handle the most loads. Using this information, you can optimize your Exchange infrastructure to prevent logon delays and performance issues.

Auditing and reporting on user mailbox logons that happen through Outlook or the internet (Outlook Web Access) is complex and tedious. Exchange's administrative and management consoles can't help you fetch users’ logon details, and PowerShell scripting only makes pulling this information even more complex and strenuous.

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Mailbox logon reporting with Exchange Reporter Plus

Exchange Reporter Plus, our web-based Exchange Server reporting tool, offers prepackaged reports that make obtaining any information you need from your Exchange environment simple. It includes a few different reports regarding crucial logon-specific data.

User Logon Activity report

User Logon Activity report

This report lists all successful user mailbox logons in your Exchange organization during a specified time period. View all details such as users’ email addresses, logon times, mailbox names, server names, and logon type (which in this case will be self-logon, since this report focuses only on users logging on to their own mailboxes).

View detailed information about every logon, or a summary of the number of successful logons for each mailbox. The Summary View also displays a graph of the top ten mailboxes based on the number of successful logons.

Logon by Users report for Outlook Web Access

Logon by Users report for Outlook Web Access

This report displays all web-based mailbox logons by users who have the Outlook Web Access (OWA) option enabled. View the username and number of logons for all users in your Exchange environment, along with a graph of the top ten users with the most successful logons.

Get users’ mailbox logon statistics for different time periods such as today, yesterday, this week, last week, last seven days, last 30 days, or any custom period. These reports are also loaded with a filter and search option to refine the report results or list a specific user's logon details.

Besides reports based on users’ logons, Exchange Reporter Plus also offers a bundle of prepackaged reports to make passing the compliance audits for regulations such as SOX, HIPAA, PCI, and GLBA a breeze. It even includes a built-in alerting system which notifies you in real time when changes are made to critical Exchange components.

Exchange Reporter Plus is a web-based analysis, monitoring, and change auditing tool for your Exchange servers, including versions 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016. It features over 200 unique reports on various Exchange entities such as mailboxes, public folders, Outlook Web Access, and ActiveSync. This all-around reporting solution also has customizable reports that display message details based on keywords in their content, track room mailbox usage, as well as break down email response times. Create custom report schedules to auto-generate reports and export them to a destination folder and also have them emailed to you at specified times in several file formats, including CSV, PDF, XLS, and HTML. Configure alerts in Exchange Reporter Plus for instant notifications on critical changes that require your attention. Download a free trial today to explore all these features.

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