While shared mailboxes are great for collaboration, they can cause serious security holes. It's important to audit all of your organization's shared mailboxes to know exactly which users accessed them and when. Exchange Reporter Plus provides granular reports on shared mailboxes and their permissions to keep you in the loop.
Using the native Exchange tools can be complex and time-consuming, especially when you want to discover who last logged on to a shared mailbox and when. These sorts of mailbox management tasks involve either checking the attributes on the Exchange Management Console or executing a PowerShell script. Exchange Reporter Plus cuts out the legwork and provides all this information in a single window.
Exchange Reporter Plus allows you to list all shared mailboxes, with details about their email addresses, last logon time, last logon user, server and department name, and more.
In most enterprises, a large number of users have access to shared mailboxes. As the enterprise expands, many users unintentionally inherit access to these shared mailboxes. Exchange Reporter Plus allows you to track the permissions (inherited or assigned) that users and groups have over specified shared mailboxes.
With Exchange Reporter Plus, you can:
Exchange Reporter Plus gathers information from Exchange Server versions 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016. Configure reports so they're emailed to you at specified time intervals in the format of your choice, including PDF, CSV, XLS, and HTML.