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Test-Monitor Mapi Connectivity Using PowerShell

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The Test-MAPIConnectivity cmdlet is used to check the MAPI connectivity of a particular mailbox. This cmdlet does that by trying to ping the specified mailbox server and waiting for the response.

Examples of Test-MAPIConnectivity cmdlet:

Test-MapiConnectivity -Server "ExchSer1"

This cmdlet is used to test the connectivity of ExchSer1 server.

Test-MapiConnectivity -Identity "Marketing/Harry"

This cmdlet is used to test the connectivity of the mailbox of user Harry.

Exchange Reporter Plus, an Exchange reporting, change auditing and monitoring tool does more than just simply testing the connectivity of an Exchange server. This monitoring tool presents to you granular details such as the time when the connection was attempted, errors if any, the latency periods and more.

Steps to generate MAPI connectivity report using Exchange Reporter Plus:

    • Go to the Monitoring tab on the top pane.
    • Select Database Monitoring on left side.
    • From the drop-down choose the  MAPI Connectivity report.
    • Enter the period  for report generation.
    • Select  the type of view in which you want the report to be presented. (Summary, default or custom view).


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