Report Configuration

The "Report Configuration" functionality of Exchange Reporter Plus takes the Exchange monitoring data one step further by bringing the gathered information in the form of reports. The parsed and extracted information from is dynamically filtered against the Exchange elements and then displayed sophisticatedly. This helps in insightful vision beyond the raw data and actionable inputs from it. This feature allows addition of new reports.

Add new reports

In addition to the default reports offered, new reports can also be added. To add a new report,

In case of a compromise in Client Access Server connectivity, a test user (extest_<GUID>) needs to be configured.

What is extest_<GUID>?


Exchange Reporter Plus uses several cmdlets including Test-WebServicesConnectivity, Test-ActiveSyncConnectivity, and Test-OwaConnectivity to test connectivity and populate its monitoring reports. These cmdlets test connectivity to a mailbox through components and protocols such as ActiveSync, POP3, and IMAP4. By default, a system generated test user mailbox, extest_<GUID> is used for this purpose.


If this mailbox is not present in your organization, it can be created either through Exchange Reporter Plus or manually by using the Exchange Management Shell.


To create a test user mailbox manually:


Once the test user mailbox is created, the connectivity reports will be populated with data after the next scheduled data gathering.


An alternative:


Instead of using extest_<GUID>, you can specify a mailbox in your organization created for this purpose. To make Exchange Reporter Plus use this mailbox, perform the following steps.

The connectivity reports will be populated with data once the next scheduled data gathering takes place.

To view available reports,

The available reports are displayed in a table that provides a user the following options:

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