Long gone are the days of Microsoft Outlook being desktop-only, which in a way had handicapped users on the go. More users are now adopting Exchange Outlook Web Access, making emails more accessible through a web browser via the internet.
While this improvement in accessibility is an advantage, the flipside poses new security challenges to administrators—keeping track of who accessed emails on your organization's Exchange Servers and Exchange Online. This is effectively taken care of by Exchange Reporter Plus' Outlook Web Access reports.
This report provides details on the number of times each user accessed their emails (both on-premises servers and Office 365) using Outlook Web Access. This report acts as a tool to monitor each user's activity on outlook, and the density of usage per user.
This OWA report provides data on the number of times a type of browser was used to access emails hosted on Exchange Servers or Office 365 using Outlook Web Access.
This report provides precise data on the IP addresses from which users accessed Outlook Web Access, and also the count of login from each IP address. This report comes in useful to isolate and act on any malicious activity that originates from a specific IP address. For example, if a specific IP address has been logging in to Exchange OWA too many times in a short period, it is a sign of a malicious activity, and this Client IP Based OWA Report can precisely trace such IP addresses which can further be taken up for analysis.
This report presents data on the number of logons to Exchange servers 2003, 2007, 2010 or 2013 using Outlook Web Access. This report is useful to audit the OWA logon traffic on each server. This Outlook Web Access logon report helps optimize the performance of the servers that host Outlook emails and avoid unnecessary clutter in the traffic for an Exchange Server to ensure smooth functioning of Outlook Web Access.
These Outlook Web Access Reports provide an Exchange Administrator with comprehensive and actionable data, and helps keep a constant vigil over the activities revolving around the Exchange Server and Office 365 when accessed using Outlook Web Access.
Also see the Exchange OWA usage across individual departments using Exchange Outlook Web Access Usage by Department reports.