Traffic Statistics reports provide metrics intended to let you perform a background analysis of the messaging activity, mostly in graphical format. Generate clearly understandable graphs showing the distribution of messages by size, hour, or day of the week to analyze user behavior, or to plan for maintenance work on Exchange servers. All reports can be customized and exported to various output destinations, such as a network share, an email recipient or a SharePoint library. Available output formats include PDF, CSV and HTM.

Recipient Breakdown by Daily Traffic Improved

This report helps the administrator measure the usage level of mailboxes, and find out quickly how many recipients generate most of the daily traffic.

Message Breakdown by Day of the Week Improved

This report shows during which day of the week most traffic takes place. Use it along with Message Breakdown by Hour of the Day to schedule a system maintenance with a minimal impact on users.

Message Breakdown by Hour of the Day Improved

This report complements Message Breakdown by Day of the Week by showing the time slots during which most of the traffic takes place. Use it along with the previous report to schedule a system maintenance with a minimal impact on users.

Message Breakdown by Size Improved

Check how many messages over 1 MB mailboxes have sent this week. Use this report to estimate the size distribution of messages going through your Exchange servers.

Message Breakdown by Recipient Count Improved

Verify if users follow company email policies and refrain from saturating available capacity by sending messages to multiple recipients. Use this report to watch bulk email broadcasting in your organization.

Distribution Group Usage

Maintaining a large number of Distribution groups can be a real burden if you have not the right tools to do it. Use this report to find out if they are really being used.

Mail Contact Usage

Do Mail Contacts tend to accumulate over time in your directory? Use this report to find out if they are really being used.