Exchange mailboxes can be accessed via OWA from any browser or device, making OWA one of the most popular access methods. Although OWA simplifies email access for users, it also introduces new security challenges for administrators: keeping track of who accessed emails on your organization's Exchange servers and in Exchange Online and keeping an eye on Outlook web logins through browsers. These tasks are effectively taken care of by ManageEngine Exchange Reporter Plus' OWA and Outlook on the web usage reports.
This OWA Exchange email login report provides details on the number of times each user accessed their emails (from both on-premises servers and Exchange Online) using OWA. This report acts as a tool to monitor each user's activity in Outlook on the web as well as the density of usage per user.
This OWA report from our Exchange Server reporting software provides data on the number of times each type of browser was used to access emails hosted on Exchange Server or Exchange Online using OWA.
This OWA report provides precise data on the IP addresses from which users accessed OWA as well as the number of logins from each IP address. This report comes in handy for isolating and acting 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, this is a sign of malicious activity, and this Client IP based Log on OWA report can precisely trace this IP address, allowing for further analysis.
This Outlook Exchange report presents data on the number of logons to Exchange Server 2003, 2007, 2010, and 2013 using OWA. This report is useful for auditing the OWA logon traffic on each server. This OWA report on web Outlook logins helps you not only optimize the performance of the OWA data servers that host Outlook emails but also avoid unnecessary clutter in Exchange Server traffic to ensure smooth functioning of OWA.
This OWA report displays all the user logon information in your Exchange Server organization. You can view the name of each user as well as their client IP address, browser version, browser name, and server name. You can also view the date and time of each logon. This report can help you monitor the users who access mailboxes through OWA web, thereby ensuring OWA security.
This Outlook Exchange report generates all the data related to OWA logon failures. View details such as the username, error description, date and time of the failure, and client IP address. Users might receive error messages such as "There are too many active sessions connected to this mailbox" when they try to log in to OWA. Use this report to keep an eye on the logon failures in OWA in your Exchange Server organization.
These OWA reports provide an Exchange administrator with comprehensive, actionable data and help them keep a constant vigil over the activities revolving around Exchange Server and Microsoft 365 when accessed using OWA.
OWA Department Reports
Exchange Reporter Plus, the best Exchange reporting tool, also offers another category of Microsoft OWA reports: OWA Department Reports. These reports provide information about OWA logons based on each department. Click here to learn more about them.
View some other benefits of Exchange Reporter Plus—the Exchange reporting tool.
Also see Exchange OWA usage across individual departments using Exchange Outlook Web Access usage by department reports.
Outlook on the web, formerly known as Exchange Web Connect, Outlook Web Access, and Outlook Web App, is a web-based email client from Microsoft. The Outlook web portal includes a calendar tool, a contact manager feature, and a task manager. Users can use OWA to access their emails, calendars, and tasks through a web browser.
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