Exchange Server Traffic Reports
The importance of an Exchange Messaging system cannot be undermined in today's business environment. When an Exchange server goes down and performs below its potential, the entire organization turns topsy-turvy. With so much at stake, the need to monitor the Exchange server traffic continuously and accurately is only on the rise. To address such needs, Exchange Reporter Plus designed the Server Traffic reports to closely monitor the server traffic and provide real-time information on the health of Exchange servers.
The web based reporting solution monitors the following parameters
- Server to server Exchange traffic in terms of the number and size of the messages sent.
- Exchange Mail Delivery time taken by a server is monitored to check if it falls within an acceptable range.
- The server performance is closely monitored in terms of the number of messages sent and received by the server within any given time period with clear data on the number of internal and external messages split up.
- Not just with count of messages, an Exchange server performance can also be evaluated based on the size of messages handled by the server.
- The reports can be scheduled for any specific period and even hourly statistics on server traffic is made possible.
Size of Messages Sent By Server Report Number of Messages Received By Server Report Size of Messages Received By Server Report
Why is it that important?
- Such server health monitoring reports ensure that the Exchange servers are operating optimally. Possibilities of under or over-utilization of the Exchange server resources is completely ruled out.
- Complete details on the message traffic handled by the Exchange servers can be obtained. Thereby any kind of performance anomalies can be mended at an early stage before it explodes into a big problem.
- These reports indicate and prevent possible service outages, proactively manage the servers and assist in resource optimization and monitoring.
Exchange server traffic monitoring tops the watch list for an Exchange administrator. Monitoring Exchange servers during outright failures alone is no more sufficient. Ensuring that the server functions to its potential and raising proactive measures when the performance falls below the threshold is the need of the hour. Such real-time operating data can also guide the future hardware needs.