Checking number of users logged into Exchange 2010

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Is there a way in exchange to determine no of user which are currently logon to the mailbox in Exchange server 2010.

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To fulfill your purpose, it is better to use ExMon, a small tool that can provide what you want. Simply download from here.
The file name is ExMon.msi.

Hope it helps you!

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  • saturno
    Hi Redhot2006 and everyone, As far as I know, there isn't any fancy way to achieve this. Even so, it's easy to use a comandlet to retrieve that information and monitor it. You can use the Get-LogonStatistics cmdlet to retrieve logon information. This way you can view users or services currently connecting to your Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 servers. These logon stats include many other information such as user name, logon time, last access time, and client version. (you can have OWA, MAPI clients, other services, etc) using Exchange at a given time. If you want to have a "figure" of the load you're having, you can put this in a scheduled task and analyze the information later. Note that ANY kind of monitoring either local or remote does input load on any resource. So do not "struggle" with your Exchange. HTH Luís
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  • tarek2000
    Open the exchange management console and drill down to your mailbox store login OU. Servers:(server name):First storage group:mailbox store:logon's.
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  • batye
    Microsoft have a tool for this here is the link http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyId=9A49C22E-E0C7-4B7C-ACEF-729D48AF7BC9&displaylang=en
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  • Redhot2006
    Thanz a lot Rechil,saturno,tarek & batye for ur valuable suggestion
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