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    email statistic? (2003)

    Is there an easy way to have a daily statistic about email traffic? I would like to know how many emials I receive every day and how many I send out knowing that the emails are in different folders.
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    Re: email statistic? (2003)

    Would this help

    Mail Counter

    I have not checked if it is any good but it may assist you
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    Re: email statistic? (2003)

    I haven't tried it, but you should be able to create and keep named filtered views which provide this information. There are a couple of examples of complex filters here in the Forum.
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    Re: email statistic? (2003)

    Thanks Jerry, However this soft counts only the unread message.

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    Re: email statistic? (2003)

    You are right the filter option gives what I need.
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    Re: email statistic? (2003)

    Marcel, happy to hear that this will work for you. I later realized that Search Folders in Outlook 2003 should also do what you want. I have a Search Folder set for my last 31 days messages, since my message volume is high and I need to find recent messages without plowing through the entire PST contents - see my <post#=517404>post 517404</post#>.
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