Email has been an integral part of business for many decades. Email communication is an important tool for disseminating data among employees and connecting with customers and partners.

 At a time like this when the global pandemic has disrupted traditional workflows with rapid, widespread adoptions of remote work, email has become more important than ever for organizations to ensure collaboration among disparate teams. And considering emails can often contain sensitive data, they need to be secured at all costs.

 In order to do this, organizations need total visibility into their Microsoft Exchange Server. This ensures that any anomalies in email activities are detected and mitigated with proactive countermeasures before they snowball into a huge data breach. The more visibility an organization has over its Exchange Server, the lower the chances of anomalous activities slipping under its radar.

 Although native Microsoft Exchange tools can help you track activities across your Exchange Server, the inherent complexity involved in using them can make the process highly laborious and time-consuming.

 For instance, say you want to enable mailbox auditing for a particular number of mailboxes; you can’t accomplish this task with Microsoft’s native tools without using PowerShell scripts. Furthermore, since the reports generated from these audit logs are in XML format, you’ll have to manually sift through raw logs to arrive at a logical conclusion.

 However, there are other more efficient and less time-consuming ways to perform the same tasks and accomplish the same results. Download our e-book to learn what they are and how you can overcome the limitations of Microsoft Exchange Server’s native reporting tools.