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Radar Reporting: New Mailboxes Report

12 Oct 2017 by Doug Davis

This article refers to our former reporting, security, and management products. We have now integrated these products into Nova, an all-new Office 365 management platform. Find out more

During a mailbox migration it can be difficult to get a good understanding of where your user’s mailboxes are, and the progress of your project.Our new Mailboxes report in Radar for Office 365 can help you get a handle on which mailboxes are where. The report shows you all the mailboxes within your organization, and can be filtered and customized to include a range of useful details. This means that you can get a comprehensive, high-level overview, as well as more granular insights when you need them – so you can track your progress, and identify any issues along the way.The Mailboxes report is in table form. It is a complete listing of all the mailboxes, and shows if they are on-premises or in the cloud. The default view displays: Display Name, User Principal Name, Primary Email Address, and Mailbox Location, but there is a wide range of additional information that can be added, including (but not limited to):

  • Mailbox Server Name
  • Mailbox Server Database
  • Exchange Server Version
  • Mailbox Inactive Days

Before you can use the Mailboxes Report to see on-premises information, you have to deploy the on-premises agent, this blog post explains the process.

As with all the reports, this information can be customized, filtered, exported and scheduled.

Want to try our new Mailboxes Report for yourself? If you’re a Radar for Office 365 customer, simply log in here.

If you’re new to Radar Reporting, and want to see what our advanced Office 365 reporting and analytics can do, why not sign up for a free 14-day trial?