i need to apply for the following to Multiple E-mail addresses/DL lists could anyone assist basically what i am trying to acheive is
Message trace, Message tracking for all Distribution Groups
i need to apply for the following to Multiple E-mail addresses/DL lists could anyone assist
$endDate = Get-Date
$startDate = (Get-Date).AddMonths(-6)
$sent = Get-MessageTrackingLog -resultsize unlimited -eventid send -Start $startDate -End $endDate -Sender “email@example.com”
$received = Get-MessageTrackingLog -resultsize unlimited -eventid receive -Start $startDate -End $endDate -Recipients “firstname.lastname@example.org”
$results = $send + $receive
$results | Export-Csv -Path “filepath” -NoTypeInformation
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Thanks and sorry about the above totally new here, basically what i am tryinfg to acheive is to run a message trace on an exported list of all Distribution Groups to see which ones have had mail in/out within the last 6 months.
i have been able to acheive this on a Individual basis by outputting the results from one e-mail at a time but canrt seem to find a way to run it against a CSV containing multiple e-mail adresses.
Really? Running some action against an array of elements is one of the most basic tasks you can have in PowerShell.
You import your CSV data with
And then you apply the desired actions inside of a script block of a loop with
Please read the help completely including the examples to learn how to use them.