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    I am wondering if there is a way to find out if there are users who have never logged into their email account. Several months ago we setup roughly 425 remote users who log in only through OWA. I have been asked by management to determine if any of the users have not logged into their mail accounts, any suggestions?

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    Re: Exchange 2007 determining who hasn't logged in

    Get-LogonStatistics should probably do what you want.

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      Re: Exchange 2007 determining who hasn't logged in

      I just tried that and from what I can see that only gives stats for users that are currently logged in, or for users within the local network possibly. I am nopt seeing any stats from the users who only log in through OWA

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        Re: Exchange 2007 determining who hasn't logged in

        Yes, looks like you are right, get-logonstatitstics works different from E2010, so have you tried get-mailboxstatistics?

        If the asked users comes with OWA only you might want to check IIS logging too.

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          Re: Exchange 2007 determining who hasn't logged in

          If the users are only coming in to OWA, then I wouldn't bother with trying to get the information out of Exchange, ask the domain. The last login information is stored and can be retrieved. The only downside is that you will have to query each domain controller as the information is stored there.

          oldcmp from Joeware http://joeware.net/freetools/index.htm should do the job for you.

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