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Track incoming and outgoing Lotus Notes email messages

Learn how to easily keep track of the numbers of incoming and outgoing Lotus Notes email messages to and from your Domino server each day.

Is there a way to track the number of email messages that a Domino server sends and receives daily?

Sure, but to do this, you need to have statistics running on your Domino server. Statistics are cumulative from the last server restart. They're gathered based on intervals that you set up in the events database. Generally, gathering mail stats once or twice a day is sufficient.

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This was last published in August 2008

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