Mail Access Monitor for MS Exchange Server is an advanced software application whose purpose is to help you monitor your company’s mail server usage. It is able to generate a large number of reports and diagrams highlighting the efficiency of your email server.

The program draws the conclusions and assesses the state of your email server via log files that contain information about all processed messages. It reads data about the number of sent messages, recipients and overall mail traffic activity.

When you run the utility for the first time, a configuration wizard pops out offering you step-by-step assistance throughout the entire process. You are allowed to pick the directories where your proxy or mail server stores the log files and opt for flat or hierarchical report style.

Mail Access Monitor for MS Exchange Server adopts a multi-tabbed layout and lets you switch between two important features of the program, namely Log and Reports. A help manual is included in the package in case you want to find out more about the utility’s capabilities.

The application provides detailed information about each log, such as date, time, address, data source, service, protocol, as well as received and sent data. In addition, you may filter the information by a user-defined date range, address, or received, sent or total data.

Reports can be created using several template filters, namely data sources, services, protocols, months, weekdays, hours, hosts, email address or domain names. Plus, you are given the freedom to create user-defined reports and view charts.

Reports can be printed, exported to plain text, XLS, XLM, DOC, RTF or other file format, or sent via email. Last but not least, you can schedule the report generation task and save data to disk, print or save it, pick the date range, set up recurring parameters (e.g. daily, weekly, monthly), enter the start time, and repeat the job at a custom time.

Mail Access Monitor for MS Exchange Server lets you perform searches, delete old records from the specified date range, remove records imported from the selected log files, and restore data from backups.

When it comes to configuration settings, you can change the looks of the utility by creating your own personal color schemes, pick the columns that you want to be displayed in the main window (e.g. date/time, address, protocol), adjust report and chart parameters, enable log file management and automatically delete outdated files, and set up email parameters.

All things considered, Mail Access Monitor for MS Exchange Server provides a straightforward way for helping you generate centralized supervision of your company’s mail server usage and get detailed statistics.