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1 PROMODAG REPORTS 10 FOR MICROSOFT EXCHANGE SERVER Reporting on Exchange made simple! Getting started

2 2 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports COPYRIGHTS PROMODAG SA. All rights reserved. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. The software described in this document is furnished under a license agreement or nondisclosure agreement. The software may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of those agreements. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or any means electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording for any purpose other than the purchaser's personal use without the written permission of PROMODAG SA. PROMODAG SA 22 bis, rue de la Réunion Paris France Rev- 4-06/2015

3 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introducing PROMODAG Reports... 5 How does it work? Reports data sources... 6 Recommendations and best practises Chapter 1 - Setting up your environment A - Requirements B - Office C - Exchange Server 2007/2010/ D - Exchange Server 2000/ E - Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0/7.0/ Chapter 2 - Getting started A - Evaluating the product B - Installing the application C - Upgrading to a new version D - Initial setup E - Running your first report Chapter 3 - Automating and scheduling tasks A - Introducing batch files and report options files B - Automating and scheduling the collection of data and other actions C - Automating and scheduling the generation of reports Our customers top 10 favorite reports What is the mailbox breakdown by size? Do users empty their Deleted items folder? [dynamic] What are the 10 largest mailboxes? What was the message breakdown by recipient count in the last 7 days? Who can access mailboxes? [dynamic] What were the top 10 sending SMTP domains by message count in the last 7 days? How did internal traffic compare with Internet traffic for the last 7 days? What was the mailbox traffic growth in the last 7 days? What was the server traffic growth in the last 7 days? Who were the top 10 senders in the last 7 days? List of report templates Storage Inventory Traffic Statistics Mailbox Traffic Mailbox Content OWA Activity ActiveSync Activity Public Folder Content Server Traffic Internal Message Delivery... 61

4 4 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 11 - Traffic Optimization Connector Flow Billing Support Index... 64

5 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 5 About this guide This guide is designed to provide a quick introduction to PROMODAG Reports for Microsoft Exchange Server, and it describes steps from getting started to producing the first report. For more details about specific features of PROMODAG Reports, please refer to the online Help system. Introducing PROMODAG Reports PROMODAG Reports is an advanced and cost-effective reporting tool that enables Exchange Server administrators and IT managers to obtain valuable information about all aspects of their system. With its powerful and easy-to-understand features, PROMODAG Reports produces comprehensive reports that you can rely on to ensure better security, business continuity, and to improve Exchange organization performance. PROMODAG Reports is easy to install and configure. Reports use native Exchange server data sources; so there is nothing to install on the server. The product collects and stores the necessary data into an Access or SQL Server database. You can choose from over 80 readymade report templates and publish reports to various destinations in different formats. All operations can be easily automated and scheduled so you can set up the product and forget about it.

6 6 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports How does it work? Reports data sources PROMODAG Reports collects the information it needs from different native Exchange data sources. Traffic reports are based on Exchange message tracking files previously imported into the database. OWA and ActiveSync reports are based on IIS log files previously imported into the database. Inventory reports are likewise based on the information retrieved during directory import. On the other hand, all reports on mailbox/public folder content directly take their information from Exchange through a dynamic MAPI connection. Storage size reports (growth, comparison) are based on imported storage size data.

7 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 7 What data sources? Directory Message tracking IIS Mailbox and Public folder size Mailbox and Public folder content Exchange database size What for? The directory data source is used to produce reports on Exchange-related directory objects. The application needs to retrieve all Exchange-related objects from the directory to identify mail-enabled objects, or 'recipients'. For instance, this information is used to list and group mailboxes attributes (Department, Country...). In on-premises environments, PROMODAG Reports connects to the directory using LDAP via a Global Catalog server and via PowerShell if using Office 365. The recipients it discovers are then stored into the database. The message tracking data source is used to produce various traffic reports. Microsoft Exchange uses message tracking files to record all activity. Each message received or sent from or to the server logs an event in message tracking files. Tracking files are produced on a daily basis and by default in onpremises environments, and PROMODAG Reports lets you generate them via PowerShell if using Office 365. The application reads these files, analyzes their content and stores the result into the database. The IIS data source is used to produce reports on OWA (Outlook Web Access) and ActiveSync activity. PROMODAG reports reads the Internet Information Services log files, then stores the information into the database. The Mailbox and Public folder size data source is used to produce reports on mailbox and public folder size. Information displayed in reports is based on a 'snapshot' taken within the last 24 hours. It is dynamically collected either through a MAPI connection to the Exchange server (all supported versions of Exchange Server until 2007), or PowerShell (Exchange 2010/2013 and Office 365). Data is stored into the database and cannot be reimported for past periods. The Mailbox and Public folder content data source is used to produce reports on mailbox and public folder content. Information is based on a 'snapshot' taken at the time when the report is run. It is dynamically collected through a MAPI connection to the Exchange server. Data are not stored into the database. This data source is used to produce reports on Exchange database size. Information displayed in reports is based on a 'snapshot' taken within the last 24 hours. It records the size of Exchange databases and transaction log files found on the Exchange server. Data is stored into the database and cannot be reimported for past periods.

8 8 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports Reports and data sources in on-premises environments: schematic system layout For a detailed description of data sources used in PROMODAG Reports, see "How does it work? Reports data sources", on page 6. Note: In Exchange 2013, the Hub Transport role is no longer available as a separate server role. Message tracking files are generated by Mailbox servers.

9 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 9 Reports and data sources in Office 365 environments: schematic system layout

10 Recommendations and best practises This list is mostly based on experience supporting our customers around the world. 1. Installation Carefully check the requirements and recommended settings before installing the product. For more details, see "Setting up your environment", on page 11 and following. Do not install the product on an Exchange server. It may either not work at all, or work badly. 2. Permissions Create a dedicated user account to run the product and grant it all the permissions it needs; not more, not less. For a detailed list of required permissions, see "Required permissions", on page 13. Always use that account to start the application, also in batch mode. Avoid using a specific user account to access the directory, or the Exchange environment. Make it simple. 3. Database Access database: For better performances, do not move the database to a shared resource and leave it on a local disk. Backup it regularly. Since an Access database is limited to 2 GB, purge and compact your database once it has approximately reached 1.8 GB in size, or create a new one. SQL database: Do not create the database on a SQL server used by critical applications for it may impact their performance. Set the recovery model of the database to 'Simple'. 4. Task automation Always set the user account dedicated to PROMODAG Reports to start your scheduled tasks. Import data on a daily basis. The process is shorter and easier to monitor. Import batch jobs should be scheduled from 1AM GMT/UTC onwards, after yesterday's logs have been closed. Make sure that none of your tasks is scheduled to start at the same time as another one. Do not create one batch per report or per action. Should you need to generate several reports on a daily basis, add them to one single batch file. Activate notifications in order to make sure that all batch jobs have completed successfully. 5. Troubleshooting Check our Knowledge Base on before sending a support request. It will provide you with helpful information and answers to FAQ's. If you are experiencing a problem, check the change log on to verify that it has not been already corrected. Use the Help > Check for Updates option to verify that you are running the latest version and update your installation. Use the Help > Technical Support Request option if possible. A written request that contains precise details will be dealt with faster than a voice message saying that something does not work.

11 Chapter 1 - Setting up your environment The following topics describe how to configure the different data sources used by PROMODAG Reports depending on your version of Microsoft Exchange Server. A - Requirements 1. Microsoft Exchange Server requirements Supported versions (32 or 64-bit) of Microsoft Exchange Server are: Office 365 (Exchange Online); Any 32 or 64-bit version of the following On-Premises versions of Exchange: 2013, 2010, 2007, Note: It is possible to use the product with a mix of different Exchange Server versions. You do not need to install anything on the Exchange Server, or to modify anything in your Exchange organization. 2. Workstation requirements Note: PROMODAG Reports can either be installed on a workstation or a server. It must not be installed on an Exchange server. Moreover, no Exchange component or administrative tool (such as Exchange System Manager) must be installed on the machine. Workstation hardware and software requirements Item Requirement Processor System memory Disk space Supported operating systems A 2 GHz Intel Pentium Processor. 1 GB of system memory. Sufficient disk space to store the database. One of the following operating systems (32 or 64-bit): Windows 2012 R2, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista SP2,

12 12 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports Item Requirement Windows Server 2003 SP2, Windows XP SP3. Software framework Messaging API (MAPI) client libraries.net Framework 3.5 SP1. MAPI component included with: Microsoft Exchange Server MAPI client and CDO (also known as Exchange MAPI), Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, Outlook 2007, Outlook 2003, Outlook XP (2002) SP1 (also known as Outlook XP). Note: The 64-bit versions of Outlook 2013 and 2010 are not supported. If you use Exchange 2013, you will need to create a MAPI profile without Cached Exchange Mode enabled on the machine before starting the initial configuration. Windows PowerShell and WinRM (if using Exchange 2010/2013 and/or Office 365) Windows Management Framework. 3. SQL Server requirements for PROMODAG Reports Enterprise edition Supported versions Supported versions of Microsoft SQL Server version (32 or 64-bit) are: Microsoft SQL Server 2014, Microsoft SQL Server 2012, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Microsoft SQL Server Note: SQL Server Express (2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2005) may be used with PROMODAG Reports Enterprise edition; however, database size is limited depending on the version (10 GB for SQL Server 2008 R2/2012 Express and 4 GB for SQL Server 2005/2008 Express). Recommendations We recommend the following specifications: Use, if possible, a dedicated SQL server. The more powerful the machine is, the better, especially if you plan to store a large database (100 GB or more). For a 'basic' configuration (up to 50 GB), plan to use a computer or a VM with 4 GB of RAM, 4 Cores at 2.5 GHZ or greater, a recent operating system, and a generous amount of disk space. Keep at least the equivalent of the database size as free disk space: if you estimate that your DB will ultimately reach 50 GB in size, then go for 100 GB. This may be required when a database conversion is needed. Apply the 'Simple' recovery model to your PROMODAG Reports database. Do not apply any size restriction to the TEMPDB system database. Allow the data files to grow automatically, but set a limit on their growth by specifying a maximum data file size that leaves some available space on the hard disk.

13 Permissions Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 13 For a detailed list of required SQL permissions, see "Required permissions", on page 13. Data retention strategies We recommend that you use one of the following data retention strategies: Create a new SQL database every 1 or 2 years on 1st January, and archive the previous one. Keep the same database, but regularly purge old data so that only the last 90, 180, 365 days are retained. 4. Required permissions Notes: The 'PROMODAG workstation' is the computer on which PROMODAG Reports is installed. The 'PROMODAG account' is the service account that is used to start PROMODAG Reports. PROMODAG account permissions Version of Exchange Data source Required permission What for? All Onpremises versions Directory Exchange 2010/2013: Membership of the Mailbox and Public folder size Mailbox and Public folder content Message tracking IIS Exchange database size Organization Management group; Exchange 2000/2003 and 2007: Membership of the Exchange View-Only Administrators group. See also: "Configuring the directory data source ", on page 15. "Configuring the directory data source ", on page 19. Read-Only permissions on message tracking file directories. Read-Only permissions on IIS log file directories. Read-Only permissions on Mailbox and Public Folder database files. Import the directory, run PowerShell commands Reports on mailbox and public folder size Reports on mailbox and public folder content Reports on traffic Reports on OWA and ActiveSync activity Import the size of Exchange databases Exchange Online (Office 365) Directory, Message tracking, Mailbox and Public folder size Membership of the Organization Management group and Billing Admin or Service Admin role on the organization. Run PowerShell commands, import the directory, reports on traffic, reports on mailbox and public folder size Note: If UAC is enabled on the PROMODAG workstation, we recommend to run the application as Administrator.

14 14 SQL permissions (Enterprise edition only) Getting started with PROMODAG Reports The PROMODAG account must have been granted the public and db_datareader roles on the TEMPDB database. It must be a dbo on the PROMODAG Reports database. B - Office Configuring the directory data source Introduction The directory data source is used to produce reports on Exchange-related directory objects. The application needs to retrieve all Exchange-related objects from the directory to identify mail-enabled objects, or 'recipients'. For instance, this information is used to list and group mailboxes attributes (Department, Country...). In on-premises environments, PROMODAG Reports connects to the directory using LDAP via a Global Catalog server and via PowerShell if using Office 365. The recipients it discovers are then stored into the database. Configuring directory import in Office 365 (Exchange Online) The account set in the Office 365 Connection tab of Tools > Options must have been assigned, at least, the following admin role on the Office 365 Exchange Online organization: Billing Admin or Service Admin. PROMODAG Reports requires those permissions to access Office 365, and view organization and user information. Assigning admin roles in Office 365 Go to Admin > Office 365 > Users and Groups. On the Active users page, select the user whose administrator role you want to change, and then click Edit. Click Settings. Under Assign role, click Yes. In the drop-down list, select Billing Admin or Service Admin. Click Save. 2. Configuring the message tracking data source Introduction Office 365 (Exchange online) does not, by definition, generate message tracking files on its own, unlike on-premise versions of Microsoft Exchange Server. This is the reason why they must be first created, and then imported into the database. Location of Office 365 message tracking files By default, PROMODAG Reports generates Office 365 message tracking files in %PUBLIC%\Documents\Promodag\Repex\10\Office365MessageTracking\<Organization name>. This path can be changed at any time in the Create Office 365 Message Tracking Files window. Rights and permissions The account set in the Office 365 Connection tab of Tools > Options must have been assigned, at least, the following admin role on the Office 365 Exchange Online organization: Billing Admin or Service Admin. PROMODAG Reports requires those permissions to access Office 365, and view organization and user information. How often should message tracking files be created?

15 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 15 The data used to create message tracking files is only available from Office 365 for a short time. We recommend to automate this operation and to schedule it on a daily basis. 3. Configuring the Mailbox and public folder size data source Introduction The Mailbox and Public folder size data source is used to produce reports on mailbox and public folder size. Information displayed in reports is based on a 'snapshot' taken within the last 24 hours. It is dynamically collected either through PowerShell. Data is stored into the database and cannot be reimported for past periods. Rights and permissions The account set in the Office 365 Connection tab of Tools > Options must have been assigned, at least, the following admin role on the Office 365 Exchange Online organization: Billing Admin or Service Admin. PROMODAG Reports requires those permissions to import the size of mailboxes and public folders. Assigning admin roles in Office 365 Go to Admin > Office 365 > Users and Groups. On the Active users page, select the user whose administrator role you want to change, and then click Edit. Click Settings. Under Assign role, click Yes. In the drop-down list, select Billing Admin or Service Admin. Click Save. C - Exchange Server 2007/2010/ Configuring the directory data source Introduction The directory data source is used to produce reports on Exchange-related directory objects. The application needs to retrieve all Exchange-related objects from the directory to identify mail-enabled objects, or 'recipients'. For instance, this information is used to list and group mailboxes attributes (Department, Country...). In on-premises environments, PROMODAG Reports connects to the directory using LDAP via a Global Catalog server and via PowerShell if using Office 365. The recipients it discovers are then stored into the database. Configuring directory import in Exchange 2007/2010/2013 You must use an account that has at least the following roles on the Exchange organization in order to be able to import the directory: Organization Management role (Exchange 2010/2013) Exchange View-Only Administrator role (Exchange 2007). Enabling such permissions requires a Microsoft Exchange Server administrator role. Exchange 2013: In the Exchange Administration Center (EAC), navigate to Permissions > Admin Roles. Select the Organization Management role group, and then click Edit. In the Members section, click Add. Select the users, USGs, or other role groups you want to add to the role group, click Add, and then click OK. Click Save to save the changes to the role group.

16 16 Exchange 2010: Getting started with PROMODAG Reports Add the user account into the Organization Management role group using Active Directory Users and Computers tool (ADUC). You will find this group in the Microsoft Exchange Security Group Organizational Unit. Exchange 2007: Start the Exchange Management Console tool. Right-click Organization Configuration and select the Add Exchange Administrator option. Select the user account used to start PROMODAG Reports (or the account defined in Server Properties, Security tab and set its role to Exchange View-Only Administrator. 2. Configuring the message tracking data source Introduction The message tracking data source is used to produce various traffic reports. Microsoft Exchange uses message tracking files to record all activity. Each message received or sent from or to the server logs an event in message tracking files. Tracking files are produced on a daily basis and by default in onpremises environments, and PROMODAG Reports lets you generate them via PowerShell if using Office 365. The application reads these files, analyzes their content and stores the result into the database. Message tracking files and Exchange 2007/2010/2013 server roles Only servers with a Transport or or Mailbox role installed generate message tracking files that can be used by PROMODAG Reports to produce reports on traffic. Exchange 2013: The application imports message tracking files from servers with the Mailbox role installed. Up to Exchange 2013 CU2, the naming convention for log files in the message tracking log directory is: MSGTRKMSyyyymmdd-n.log: contains traffic events (sent messages); MSGTRKMDyyyymmdd-n.log: contains traffic events (received messages); MSGTRKyyyymmdd-n.log: contains flow events. The Exchange server generates at least 3 message tracking files a day. This naming convention changes from Exchange CU3 onwards, for message tracking files are created hourly. The files described above are now named as follows: MSGTRKMSyyyymmddhh-n.log; MSGTRKMDyyyymmddhh-n.log; MSGTRKyyyymmddhh-n.log. The Exchange server now generates at least 72 message tracking files a day. Exchange 2007/2010: The application imports message tracking files from servers with the Hub Transport and Edge Transport roles installed. The name format of these files is MSGTRKyyyymmdd-n.log. Note: PROMODAG Reports does not import the specific message tracking files generated on Mailbox servers, whose name contains an additional M: MSGTRKMyyyymmdd-n.log. Location of message tracking files By default, the Exchange server generates message tracking files in

17 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 17 Exchange 2013: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\TransportRoles\Logs\MessageTracking, Exchange 2010: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\TransportRoles\Logs\MessageTracking, Exchange 2007: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\TransportRoles\Logs\MessageTracking. Those directories are not shared by default. Rights and permissions The user account used to start PROMODAG Reports (or the administrative account defined in Server Properties, Security tab) must have at least Read-Only access permissions to the message tracking files shared folder. This folder is not shared by default and PROMODAG Reports uses the following UNC paths to access it: Exchange 2013: \\<Server>\C$Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\TransportRoles\Logs\MessageTracking, Exchange 2010: \\<Server>\C$Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\TransportRoles\Logs\MessageTracking, Exchange 2007: \\<Server>\C$\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\TransportRoles\Logs\MessageTracking. This path reference the C$ shared resource that can only be accessed with administrative rights. Therefore, you can either use an administrative account to run PROMODAG Reports, or enter an administrative account name and password in Server Properties, Security tab. If you cannot or if you do not wish to use an administrative share, Set up a shared resource and configure its path in Server Properties, Message Tracking tab, or Copy message tracking files into another folder on a local or network share and configure its path in the Server Properties, Message Tracking tab. Note: Please make sure that you grant the required permissions if you decide to change the location of the message tracking files directory. For more information, please refer to Microsoft Technet. Enabling message tracking By default, message tracking is enabled on all Exchange 2007/2010 computers that have the Hub Transport, Mailbox, or Edge Transport server roles installed, and on Exchange 2013 Mailbox servers. Note: Enabling or disabling message tracking in Exchange Management Console is only available from Exchange 2007 SP1 onwards. How long are message tracking files retained? By default, Microsoft Exchange Server keeps message tracking files for a duration of 30 days. For more information on how to enable message tracking in Exchange 2007/2010/2013, see the Microsoft Technet website. 3. Configuring the Mailbox and Public folder content data source Introduction The Mailbox and Public folder content data source is used to produce reports on mailbox and public folder content. Information is based on a 'snapshot' taken at the time when the report is run. It is dynamically collected through a MAPI connection to the Exchange server. Data are not stored into the database.

18 18 Rights and permissions Getting started with PROMODAG Reports You must be logged in with an account that has at least the View-Only Organization Management role (Exchange 2010/2013) or Exchange View Only Administrator role (Exchange 2007) on the Exchange organization in order to be able to access the content of mailboxes and public folders. Specific requirements for Exchange 2013 You must create a MAPI profile without Cached Exchange Mode enabled on the workstation to be able to analyze mailboxes hosted on Exchange Configuring the Mailbox and Public folder size data source Introduction The Mailbox and Public folder size data source is used to produce reports on mailbox and public folder size. Information displayed in reports is based on a 'snapshot' taken within the last 24 hours. It is dynamically collected either through a MAPI connection to the Exchange server (all supported versions of Exchange Server until 2007), or PowerShell (Exchange 2010/2013 and Office 365). Data is stored into the database and cannot be reimported for past periods. Rights and permissions You must use an account that has at least The Organization Management role (Exchange 2010/2013) - it should be able to run PowerShell commands - or The Exchange View Only Administrator role (Exchange 2007) on the Exchange organization to import the size of mailboxes and public folders. 5. Configuring the Exchange database size data source Introduction This data source is used to produce reports on Exchange database size. Information displayed in reports is based on a 'snapshot' taken within the last 24 hours. It records the size of Exchange databases and transaction log files found on the Exchange server. Data is stored into the database and cannot be reimported for past periods. Databases location Exchange 2013 In Exchange 2013, public folder architecture uses specially designed mailboxes to store both the public folder hierarchy and the content. The default paths to mailbox databases when you install Exchange 2013 are: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Mailbox\<Mailbox database name>\<mailbox database name.edb. Exchange 2010 The default paths to mailbox and public folder databases when you install Exchange 2010 are: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Mailbox\<Mailbox database name>\<mailbox database name.edb (for mailboxes) C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Mailbox\<Public folder database name>\<public folder database name>.edb (for public folders).

19 Exchange 2007 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 19 The default paths to mailbox and public folder databases when you install Exchange 2007 are: C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Mailbox\First Storage Group\Mailbox database.edb (for mailboxes) C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Mailbox\First Storage Group\Public Folder database.edb (for public folders). Note: Exchange 2013, 2010 and 2007 do not use.stm files. Rights and permissions The user account used to start PROMODAG Reports (or the administrative account defined in Server Properties, Security tab) must have at least Read-Only access permissions to the files containing Exchange databases (.edb files). The folders that contain these files are not shared by default and PROMODAG Reports uses the following UNC paths to access them: Exchange 2013: \\<Server>\C$\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V15\Mailbox\<Mailbox database name>\ Exchange 2010: \\<Server>\C$\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Mailbox\<Mailbox database name> or <Public folder database name>\, Exchange 2007: \\<Server>\C$\Program Files\Microsoft\Mailbox\First Storage Group\ These default paths can be changed in the Server Properties, Storage Size tab of PROMODAG Reports. D - Exchange Server 2000/ Configuring the directory data source Introduction The directory data source is used to produce reports on Exchange-related directory objects. The application needs to retrieve all Exchange-related objects from the directory to identify mail-enabled objects, or 'recipients'. For instance, this information is used to list and group mailboxes attributes (Department, Country...). In on-premises environments, PROMODAG Reports connects to the directory using LDAP via a Global Catalog server and via PowerShell if using Office 365. The recipients it discovers are then stored into the database. Configuring directory import in Exchange 2000/2003 You must be logged in with an account that has at least the Exchange View Only Administrator role on the Exchange organization in order to be able to import the directory. Enabling such permission requires a Microsoft Exchange Server administrator role and can be setup with the Exchange System Manager tool. Start Exchange System Manager. Right-click the Exchange organization name. Choose Delegate control. Select the user account used to start PROMODAG Reports (or the account defined in Server Properties, Security tab) and set its role to Exchange View-Only Administrator.

20 20 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 2. Configuring the message tracking data source Introduction The message tracking data source is used to produce various traffic reports. Microsoft Exchange uses message tracking files to record all activity. Each message received or sent from or to the server logs an event in message tracking files. Tracking files are produced on a daily basis and by default in onpremises environments, and PROMODAG Reports lets you generate them via PowerShell if using Office 365. The application reads these files, analyzes their content and stores the result into the database. The application imports message tracking files from Back-End servers. The name format of these files is yyyymmdd.log. Location of message tracking files By default, PROMODAG Reports looks for message tracking files in the shared resource \\<server name>\server_name.log\, that points to the C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\<server_name>. log folder of the Exchange 2000/2003 server. This default path can be changed in the Server Properties, Message Tracking tab of PROMODAG Reports. Rights and permissions The user account used to start PROMODAG Reports (or the administrative account defined in Server Properties, Security tab) must have at least Read-Only access permissions to the message tracking files shared folder. Note: It is also possible to copy message tracking files on a local or a network share, and import them from there. How long are message tracking files retained? By default, Microsoft Exchange Server keeps message tracking files for a duration of 7 days. This default setting can be changed in the Log file maintenance parameters to accommodate different needs. For more information on how to enable message tracking in Exchange 2000/2003, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base or the Microsoft Technet website. 3. Configuring the Mailbox and Public folder content data source Introduction The Mailbox and Public folder content data source is used to produce reports on mailbox and public folder content. Information is based on a 'snapshot' taken at the time when the report is run. It is dynamically collected through a MAPI connection to the Exchange server. Data are not stored into the database. Rights and permissions You must be logged in with an account that has at least the Exchange View-Only Administrator role on the Exchange organization in order to be able to access the content of mailboxes and public folders. 4. Configuring the Mailbox and Public folder size data source Introduction The Mailbox and Public folder size data source is used to produce reports on mailbox and public folder size. Information displayed in reports is based on a 'snapshot' taken within the last 24 hours. It is dynamically collected either through a MAPI connection to the Exchange server (all supported versions of Exchange Server until 2007), or PowerShell (Exchange 2010/2013 and Office 365). Data is stored into the database and cannot be reimported for past periods.

21 Rights and permissions Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 21 The user account used to start PROMODAG Reports (or the administrative account defined in Server Properties, Security tab ) must have been granted, at least, the Exchange View Only Administrator role on the Exchange organization in order to be able to import the size of mailboxes and public folders. 5. Configuring the Exchange database size data source Introduction This data source is used to produce reports on Exchange database size. Information displayed in reports is based on a 'snapshot' taken within the last 24 hours. It records the size of Exchange databases and transaction log files found on the Exchange server. Data is stored into the database and cannot be reimported for past periods. Databases location The default paths to mailbox and public folder databases when you install Exchange 2000/2003 are: C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\mdbdata\priv1.edb and C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\mdbdata\priv1.stm (for mailboxes). C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\mdbdata\pub1.edb and C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\mdbdata\pub1.stm (for public folders). These default paths can be modified in Server properties, Storage Size tab. Rights and permissions The user account used to start PROMODAG Reports (or the administrative account defined in Server properties, Security tab) must have at least Read-Only access permissions to the files containing Exchange databases (.edb and.stm files). E - Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0/7.0/ Configuring the Internet Information Services data source Introduction The IIS data source is used to produce reports on OWA (Outlook Web Access) and ActiveSync activity. PROMODAG reports reads the Internet Information Services log files, then stores the information into the database. Location of IIS log files By default, IIS generates log files files in IIS 7.0/8.0: C:\inetpub\logs\LogFiles\W3SVC1\ IIS 6.0: C:\WINDOWS\system32\LogFiles\W3SVC1 Rights and permissions The user account used to start PROMODAG Reports (or the administrative account defined in Server Properties, Security tab ) must have at least Read-Only access permissions to the Internet Information Services files shared folder. This folder is not shared by default and PROMODAG Reports uses the following UNC path to access it: IIS 7.0/8.0: \\<Server>\C$\inetpub\logs\LogFiles\W3SVC1\

22 22 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports IIS 6.0: \\<Server>\C$\WINDOWS\system32\LogFiles\W3SVC1\ This path references the C$ shared resource that can only be accessed with administrative rights. Therefore, you can either use an administrative account to run PROMODAG Reports, or enter an administrative account name and password in Server Properties, Security tab. If you cannot or if you do not wish to use an administrative share, Set up a shared resource and configure its path in PROMODAG Reports, or Copy IIS log files into a local folder and configure its path in PROMODAG Reports. Enabling logging in IIS 7.0/8.0 Start the Internet Information Services Management UI. Expand the server name, right-click Default Web Site for each OWA site, and select Properties. In the Default Web Site Home page, double-click the Logging icon. In the Logging page, Verify that the Schedule radio button is selected and that the option is set to Daily. Verify that the log file format selected is W3C and click the Select Fields button. In the W3C Logging Fields page, confirm that at least the following logging options are selected: Date (date) Time (time) Client IP address (c-ip) User Name (cs-username) Method (cs-method) URI Stem (cs-uri-stem) URI Query (cs-uri-query) User Agent (cs(user-agent)). Enabling logging in IIS 6.0 Start the Internet Information Services (IIS) snap-in. Expand the server name, right-click Default Web Site for each OWA site, and then select Properties. In the Web Site tab, Verify that the Enable logging checkbox is ticked, Click the Properties button to access the Extended Logging Properties dialog box. In the General Properties tab, Verify that the New Log Time Period schedule is set to Daily or Hourly; Click the Extended Properties tab. In the Extended Propertiestab, confirm that at leastthe following logging options are selected: Date (date) Time (time) Client IP address (c-ip) User Name (cs-username) Method (cs-method) URI Stem (cs-uri-stem) URI Query (cs-uri-query) User Agent (cs(user-agent)).

23 Chapter 2 - Getting started A - Evaluating the product You may evaluate any of the three editions of PROMODAG Reports for a period of up to 45 days from first installation. The only other limitation is that your reports on traffic or OWA and Active Sync activity can only cover a maximal period of 15 consecutive days. You can indeed only import up to 15 consecutive days of Exchange message tracking files or IIS log files in evaluation mode, which explains the latter restriction (for more explanations, see: "How does it work? Reports data sources", on page 6). Note: If you select a reporting period out of these bounds, you will obtain a 'No data match the selected period' warning message. This behavior is normal and expected. There is no limitation to The number of Exchange servers you can report on, The number of report templates you can use - all options being available, or The number of databases you can create during your 45-day evaluation period. B - Installing the application Note: Please make sure that your workstation complies with all points listed in "Workstation requirements", on page 11 before proceeding with the installation process. 1. Installing PROMODAG Reports a. Go to to download PROMODAG Reports. b. Choose a temporary directory to store the installation package. c. Double-click the installation package to start the installation process. d. Simply follow the instructions of the Configuration Wizard. 2. Uninstalling PROMODAG Reports In Control Panel, click Add/Remove Programs (or Programs and Features) to remove PROMODAG Reports from your computer. The installation directory is located, by default, in %PROGRAMFILES%\Promodag\Reports10. It is removed when the software is uninstalled. The application parameters, on the other hand, are recorded in other directories that are not removed when PROMODAG Reports is uninstalled or upgraded. For more information about default paths for installation and settings, see the help file.

24 C - Upgrading to a new version 1. Presentation In the version number of the software, the first number indicates a major version, for example version x. The number after the major version indicates a minor version, for example, version x.y. Finally, the last numbers indicate the build, for example x.y.zzzz. A summary of changes and corrections implemented in the latest packages is available from the Support page of our website (see Change log). 2. How to obtain a newer version of the software On the Help menu, point to Check for Updates in order to download and run the latest available cumulated update, or download the latest package from the Downloads page of our website. To read more about the upgrade process, see the help file. D - Initial setup 1. Selecting the right database format What is that database for? PROMODAG Reports requires a database in order to store the data it collects from native Exchange data sources. It will then use this data to generate reports. It is possible to create multiple databases. Supported database types The database must be created using PROMODAG Reports because of its specific structure. The product supports two different database management systems depending on the edition used in licensed or evaluation mode. Microsoft Access Best suited for small Exchange organization. Usable with all editions of PROMODAG Reports. The physical size limit set by Microsoft to Access 2000 database files is 2 GB (2,048 MB). Installing Microsoft Access is not required. No multi-user access. The database file should be located on the same computer as PROMODAG Reports. Microsoft SQL Server Best suited for medium or large Exchange organization. Requires the Enterprise edition of PROMODAG Reports. The database size is only limited by disk space on the SQL Server. An additional SQL Server license (not provided) may be required. Multi-user access. Performance is determined by the power of the SQL server.

25 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 25 Note: SQL Server Express (2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2005) may be used with PROMODAG Reports Enterprise edition; however, database size is limited depending on the version (10 GB for SQL Server 2008 R2/2012 Express and 4 GB for SQL Server 2005/2008 Express). 2. Starting the application From the Start Menu, select Programs > Promodag > PROMODAG Reports 10 to start PROMODAG Reports. Note: If UAC is enabled on the PROMODAG workstation, we recommend to run the application as Administrator. You will first be prompted to select the type of Exchange organization you wish to analyze. The configuration wizard provides a user-friendly interface to start with PROMODAG Reports. It automatically appears when the database is empty, and guides you through the first configuration of the product. It provides you with instructions on: 1. Creating a new PROMODAG Reports database, 2. Establishing a connection to the directory, 3. Establishing a connection to Office 365 if applicable, 4. Selecting data sources to import depending on the reports you need: a. Message tracking files, b. Internet Information Services log files, c. Storage size: Mailbox size, Database size, Mailbox count per database, Public folder size, 5. Starting the data import process. 3. Evaluating or licensing the product This window lets you carry on using PROMODAG Reports in evaluation mode, or apply a valid license to the database.

26 26 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 4. Choosing the type of the Exchange organization The first step is to select the type of Exchange organization you are going to analyze. This setting may be modified later. See also: Exchange Organization Types. 5. New Database Selecting a database format Choose the database format you wish to use. For more information about available formats, see "Selecting the right database format", on page 24. Creating an Access database Specify a name for the new Access database (.mdb file) as well as a description (optional).

27 Creating an SQL Server database Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 27 Enter the name of the SQL server and specify the name of the new SQL database. You may also add a description (optional). You must provide a login name and a password to use SQL Server authentication. For more information on using PROMODAG Reports and Microsoft SQL server, please refer to the Online help. Click the OK to accept these settings. The database has now been created and is ready to be populated.

28 28 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 6. Configuring a connection to the directory Note: This step only appears if you have chosen to analyze a type of organization that requires a connection to the directory, that is 'On-premises' or 'Hybrid deployment '. PROMODAG Reports attempts to automatically discover a Global Catalog server, and then to establish a connection using LDAP. The product needs specific permissions to connect to the directory in order to retrieve the structure of the Exchange organization, and all Exchange-related objects. Click the Next button to confirm your settings and move on to the next step. Option Global Catalog server Description Enter the name of the Global Catalog server. It will be used to import the directory. Click this button to retrieve automatically the name of a Global Catalog server. Current account Specific account Check connection Check this radio button if the account you used to log in has sufficient permissions to access the directory. Check this radio button to specify an administrative account with the permissions required to access the directory. Click this link to test the LDAP connection to the Global Catalog server.

29 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports Configuring a connection to Office 365 Note: This step only appears if you have chosen to analyze a type of organization that requires a connection to Office 365, that is 'Office 365' or 'Hybrid deployment '. Enter the credentials of a Billing or Service admin account in Office 365. This will let PROMODAG Reports discover and import all Office 365 recipients into the database. For more information about the requested permissions, see "Configuring the directory data source ", on page 14. Click the Next button to confirm your settings and move on to the next step.

30 30 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 8. Configuring the data source for traffic reports PROMODAG Reports will use this data source to generate traffic reports. Select the servers whose message tracking files will be imported. The default date range covers the last 7 days. You may specify the period to be imported: Import from: Date of the first message tracking file to import. To: Date of the last message tracking file to import. Click the Next button to confirm your settings and move on to the next page. The location of message tracking files will be tested on each selected server.

31 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports Configuring the data source for OWA and ActiveSync reports PROMODAG Reports will use this data source to generate OWA and ActiveSync reports. Select the servers whose IIS log files will be imported. The default date range covers the last 7 days. You may specify the period to be imported: Import from: Date of the first message tracking file to import. To: Date of the last message tracking file to import. Click the Next button to confirm your settings and move on to the next page. The location of IIS log files will be tested on each selected server.

32 32 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 10. Configuring the data source for storage size reports PROMODAG Reports will use this data source to generate storage size reports. Select the servers whose storage size (mailbox and public folder size, Exchange database size) will be imported. Click the Next button to confirm your settings and move on to the next page. The location of mailbox and public folder databases will be tested on each selected server. The following storage size data can be selected for each server: Storage size data Mailbox size Database size Description Import the size and item count for mailboxes hosted on the selected servers. Import the size of Exchange databases (.edb files and transaction log files) found on the selected servers. Note: This type of data is not imported from Office 365. Mailbox count per database Public folder size Import the mailbox count for mailboxes hosted on the selected servers. Import the size and item count for public folders hosted on the selected servers.

33 11. Finalizing the configuration Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 33 The next step is also the last one. There is generally no need to run this wizard again: you will be able to directly modify in PROMODAG Reports the options you selected in the Configuration Wizard. For more information about these options, please refer to our Online help. Processing imports Click the Finish button to start importing data. The complete process includes all previously configured steps, and can take some time depending on your selections. Note: Import options may be saved in a batch file, so that the import process can be automated and scheduled at your convenience. See "Automating and scheduling the collection of data and other actions ", on page 41. PROMODAG Reports 1. Imports recipients from the directory/office 365, 2. Creates message tracking files (Office 365), 3. Imports message tracking data, 4. Imports IIS data, 5. Imports storage size data. Each operation finishes off by displaying an operation report dialog box. A trace file is also recorded and can be used to troubleshoot possible errors or resolve various configuration issues. If you need to do so, use the Consult Trace Files option to view the content of the last trace files.

34 E - Running your first report To illustrate the configuration method of a report, we are now going to run a sample report and try to address the following question: Who sent the most messages to Internet last week? Our detailed requirements are to analyze last week's Internet traffic for all mailboxes in our organization, and to get a report showing the top 5 senders, by number of sent messages, by department in our company. 1. Setting up the report: Activity level of a group of mailboxes in a given period can be analyzed with to the Mailbox by Traffic Level report template. This template uses message tracking files imported into the database as data source. Under the Templates menu, select Mailbox Traffic and then Mailbox by Traffic Level to open the report template option dialog box. This dialog box includes a variety of tabs. Many of them are common to all reports. We are going to review them one by one and configure them in order to obtain the report that meets our requirements. Period tab: The Period tab allows to select a specific reporting period. It is possible to select an absolute or relative date range as well as particular days. You can even focus on business hours. We want to analyze last week's traffic. Activate the Relative radio button and select 1 previous week(s) as reporting period. PROMODAG Reports automatically displays the corresponding dates in the From and To fields below. Note: Make sure that message tracking files covering this date range have been imported.

35 Selection tab: Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 35 The Selection tab allows to select the group of directory objects (mailboxes, public folders, servers...) on which PROMODAG Reports is going to report. For example, mailboxes can be selected using common AD attributes such as Company, Department or OU. We are going to analyze the whole of our Exchange organization's mailbox traffic. Select 'Mailbox' as recipient type and activate the All recipients of the selected types radio button. Correspondents tab: Use the Correspondents tab to select correspondents by address type, such as Administrative group (that is: internal traffic) or Internet domain (that is: external traffic). We are interested, in this particular case, in displaying outbound message traffic (to Internet). Activate the Some types radio button, then limit the address types to Internet messages only by selecting Internet domain like * in the selection grid.

36 36 Group tab: Getting started with PROMODAG Reports The Group tab allows to group your selection of directory objects at one or more levels of your choice. For instance, you may want to group the mailboxes you selected by Company at level 1, and then by Department at level 2. We have decided to group our organization's mailboxes by department. Select Department in the drop-down list at Level 1. Options tab: The Options tab allows to select various sorting options in the report template. We have chosen to only display the top 5 senders of each department and we would also like to sort results by number of sent messages. Tabular data settings section: Select the Show only check box, enter the number of mailboxes to display in the below field (5) and select the Biggest and From group radio buttons. Then select the Message count and Sent radio buttons. Note: Selecting the From group option allows the report to display the top 5 senders for each department, while the From selection option would retrieve the top 5 senders for all organization mailboxes. Sort by option: The list can be sorted in ascending or descending order. We want to sort results by number and by descending order. Select the Message count, Sent and Descending radio buttons.

37 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 37 'Count a multiple sending as'section : A message sent to n recipients is counted as 1 sent message or n sent messages. You can only select one of these two options. We want to count each sent message once. Select the once radio button. Content tab: The Content tab allows to select the detail level of the final report, and the direction of the traffic (Sent, Received). Option Correspondents' address type Optional mailbox attribute Messages Mailboxes with no traffic Anonymous report Description Check this box to display the address type in the report, e.g. Exchange or Internet. Select one directory attribute related to mailboxes, such as their SMTP address ( address), to display in the report. Choose the direction of traffic to display in the report: Sent messages, Received messages, and/or Total. Check this box to display all selected mailboxes including those with no traffic during the chosen period. For confidentiality reasons, you may select this check box to replace mailbox names by an anonymous label followed by a counter (Mailbox 1, Mailbox 2 etc.).

38 38 We only want to display sent messages. Getting started with PROMODAG Reports Select the Sent check box. Output tab: The Output tab allows to choose the output destination and the format of your report. Reports can be displayed on screen or exported under various formats. We wish to output this report to screen. Select Screen in the Destination drop-down list. Note: Should you need to automate a report by including it in a batch file, you will have to select another destination than Screen in the Output tab, e.g. Disk file or recipient. Screen output is not available for automated reports.

39 2. Generating the report: Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 39 Once all report options have been set, click the OK button to generate the report. PROMODAG Reports retrieves the information it needs in the database and queries it to produce the requested report. The report appears in a preview window. This report displays the top 5 senders to Internet by department sorted by number of messages sent. This previewed report can be printed or reloaded ( or buttons), but also exported or saved for later use. 3. Exporting the report Click the button to export the report (or use the File > Export Report option). Reports may be exported under various destinations (disk file, recipient, Exchange folder or SharePoint), and under different formats (RPT, CSV, XLS, HTM, PDF, RTF or MHT). For more information about file destinations and formats, see our Online help. 4. Saving the report Click the Save Report Options button to save your report options in a file, or to save a 'snapshot' of your report. Select Save Report Options to save your options in a file. A PROMODAG Report options file is a text file containing options for a custom report. Report options files contain a whole set of options for a given report, e.g. date, server, sorting order... The report option file extension is.pro. This file can be reused in a batch file - provided the destination selected in the Output tab is not Screen - if you should need to automate and schedule report generation (for more information, please refer to "Automating and scheduling the generation of reports", on page 47), or saved in the Favorites menu. The Favorites menu This menu lists custom reports options files (or favorites) delivered as samples with the product. These canned reports are organized in four categories: Capacity Planning and Exchange Migration, Chargeback, Compliance, Traffic Analysis and SLA Reporting. Each of these favorites answers a question, for example: How many messages were sent to Internet in the last 7 days in the Traffic Analysis and SLA Reporting group. You can add new entries to this menu yourself by selecting the Add to Favorites menu option when saving your custom reports, or even add your own categories by creating new sub-folders into the \Batches folder. For more information about custom reports, see Saving custom reports.

40 40 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports In this last case, we recommend that you give it a meaningful name such as Top senders to Internet. This will make it easier to locate the report options file in the Favorites menu. For some examples of common reports settings, see "Our customers top 10 favorite reports ", on page 51. Save Report Snapshot Select Save Report Snapshot to save a still image of the active report as a *.rpt file. It will be viewable using the My Snapshots menu. This option may be handy if you need to quickly save your report 'as is', and then export it later on. For example, you can save your report as a snapshot, export it today as a *.csv file, and decide next week that you will also export it as a *.pdf file attached to an that will be sent to a dozen recipients (there is no need to use an client: simply select the recipient destination).

41 Chapter 3 - Automating and scheduling tasks A - Introducing batch files and report options files 1. What is a batch file? A batch file is a text file containing one or more commands: report generation, data import or other action. Batch files are useful if you need to import data out of business hours, or to generate and publish predefined reports automatically. The batch file extension is.prb. 2. What is a report options file? A PROMODAG Report options file is a text file containing options for a custom report. Report options files contain a whole set of options for a given report, e.g. date, server, sorting order... The report option file extension is.pro. B - Automating and scheduling the collection of data and other actions PROMODAG Reports can be configured to import message tracking data and, for instance, purge old data by following these steps: 1. Create a batch file and select what should be imported. 2. Add actions to the batch file. 3. Schedule the batch file. 4. Run the batch file. In the following example, we are going to create and schedule a batch file to automate message tracking files import, and delete data older than 365 days. 1. Creating a batch file In the Tools > Task Automation window, click the Create button to open the Edit batch file option. Exploring available actions Action Database Specification Batch Trace File Location Create HTML TOC Directory Connection Exchange Connection Description Select a specific database to be used when the batch job runs. Select a location where trace files will be generated. Create an HTML file including a TOC (Table of Content) with links to exported reports included in the batch. Choose a specific directory connection to be used when the batch job runs. Choose a specific Exchange connection to be used when the batch job

42 42 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports Action Description runs. Purge Imported Data Import Directory Data Import Message Tracking Data Import IIS Data Import Storage Size Data Create Office 365 Message Tracking Files Compact database Purge old messages from the database. Import or update the directory. Import message tracking files. Import Internet Information Services log files. Import the size of mailboxes, public folders, Exchange databases and the mailbox count per Exchange database. Create message tracking files by exporting data from Office 365. Compact or shrink the database to reclaim unused disk space.

43 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports Adding actions to the batch file Select Import Message Tracking Data in the Actions tree, then click the button. The default settings will import messages tracking files for the selected servers from the last import date up to yesterday. Click OK to apply your changes. Note: By default, actions will be carried out on the last database opened, unless you specify which database must be used (action: Database specification). You may decide that you only need one year of message tracking files in your database. PROMODAG Reports is able to clear automatically obsolete data. Select Purge Message Tracking Data in the Actions tree, then click the button. Select the server name to specify from which server(s) data must be cleared, and click the button to move it to the right pane - you can also double-click the server name. Data will then be deleted from all servers listed in the Selected server(s) pane. Select the period to clear, and the type of data to remove. In this example, we chose to delete message tracking files and Internet Information Services files imported before the last 365 days. Click OK to apply your changes.

44 44 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports Finally, click the Save button to save your batch file. It is recommended to give it a meaningful name, for example Daily_Data_Import. Click OK to return to the Task Automation window.

45 3. Scheduling the batch file Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 45 In the Task Automation window, select the batch you have just created and open the Schedule task option. In this example, we want to schedule the batch file 'Daily_Data_Import.prb'. Click the Schedule button. Select the scheduling options of your choice. Click OK to create a new scheduled task and return to the Task Automation window.

46 46 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports The new schedule is now displayed in the Schedule pane: 4. Running the batch file The Windows Task Scheduler starts PROMODAG Reports and it processes actions included in the batch file. From now on, imports will be automatically carried out at the scheduled time. PROMODAG Reports generates a trace file that contains information on what happened while the batch was running. Trace files can be automatically ed. 5. Recommendations It is recommended that data related to particularly large files - that is message tracking files and IIS logs - is imported on a daily basis. The process is shorter and easier to monitor. Exchange message tracking files being closed at midnight UTC, import batch jobs should be scheduled from 1AM UTC onwards. It is recommended to create one single batch for clearing imports and importing data. Otherwise, the Clear Import job may still be in progress when the data import job is scheduled to start, and therefore the latter would fail.

47 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 47 C - Automating and scheduling the generation of reports PROMODAG Reports can be configured to generate reports automatically by following these steps: 1. Create one or more custom report(s). 2. Create a batch file and add one or more of these custom report(s). 3. Schedule the batch file. 4. Run the batch file. In the following example, we are going to create and schedule a batch file to automate the Mailbox by Traffic Level report we have learned to set up earlier (see "Running your first report", on page 34). 1. Creating a report options file See the Save Report section above to review the method of creating report options files. Note: Should you need to automate a report by including it in a batch file, you will have to select another destination than Screen in the Output tab, e.g. Disk file or recipient. Screen output is not available for automated reports. 2. Creating a batch file In the Task Automation window, click the Create button to open the Edit batch file option. Exploring the list of available reports The lower part of the left pane of the Edit batch file window lists all custom reports available in the application. Locate the Mailbox by Traffic Level report in the Available reports list. Templates are sorted in the same order as in the Templates menu. Therefore, you will find Mailbox by Traffic Level in the Mailbox Traffic folder.

48 48 Getting started with PROMODAG Reports Adding the Mailbox by Traffic Level report Select the report options file entitled Top Internet senders and click the right pane. button to insert it into the Finally, click the Save button to save your batch file.

49 3. Scheduling the batch file Getting started with PROMODAG Reports 49 In the Task Automation window, select the batch you have just created and open the Schedule option. In this example, we want to schedule DailyReports.prb. Click the Schedule button. Select the scheduling options of your choice. Click OK to create a new scheduled task and return to the Task Automation window.

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