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    Good Morning,

    Local school has a hosted Exchange solution ([email protected]) and as they provide mail to all students and staff we have thousands of mail accounts, many of which are not being used.

    Is there a way to generate a report showing any account that has not sent an email in a year or more? Then we can delete them. I checked the existing options and do not see a way to get such a thing.

    Cheers.

    S

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    Re: Email Report [email protected]

    Suggest you speak to the hosting provider and find out if you can run powershell scripts against the database
    Tom Jones
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      Re: Email Report [email protected]

      [email protected] is Microsoft's Office 365 for schools, right? So then you should be able to open a ticket with them to see if you can get that information. But I doubt they would keep message tracking logs for that long. They probably have at least a month's worth of tracking logs but maybe you could look at the last logon time to see if there's anything you can purge that way.

      BTW - here's how to connect Powershell to [email protected]
      http://help.outlook.com/en-us/140/cc952755.aspx
      Regards,
      Jeremy

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      Baltimore - Washington area and beyond
      www.gma-cpa.com

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        Re: Email Report [email protected]

        Originally posted by JeremyW View Post
        [email protected] is Microsoft's Office 365 for schools, right? So then you should be able to open a ticket with them to see if you can get that information. But I doubt they would keep message tracking logs for that long. They probably have at least a month's worth of tracking logs but maybe you could look at the last logon time to see if there's anything you can purge that way.

        BTW - here's how to connect Powershell to [email protected]
        http://help.outlook.com/en-us/140/cc952755.aspx
        That's great thanks. They may not have tracking logs, but each mailbox has a sent box and I should be able to script a search on > a certain date to see when they were last used.

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