The following post contains the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) monthly summary of University E-Mail Service statistics. The University E-Mail Service uses Exchange 2010 and delivers an integrated messaging and calendaring service to faculty and staff.
This report shows the availability of the individual components involved with client access to the Exchange 2010 service. The SLA target is 99.9%. The total availability reflects the percentage that all of the components were available based on the 99.9% SLA.
This report provides the total messages delivered to mailboxes currently on the Exchange system, as well as those routed through the system to faculty, staff and students that deliver (forward) their e-mail to another university or non-university service (i.e. @buckeyemail.osu.edu, @osumc.edu, @gmail.com, etc.).
The University Gateway Anti-Spam Services filter all messages sent to osu.edu accounts and only those that are not perceived as spam are delivered to users. The report shows how many total messages were sent to the @osu.edu domain, the number of messages that were classified as spam, and the number of messages that were delivered. Learn more about the anti-spam service by reading the following knowledge base article, Anti-Spam Service: Why use it? Introduction and Article Index.
Each month, these statistics will be provided via IT Community News. To access related articles, select the e-mail report tag in the tag panel on the right side of the screen.
For additional information, contact Brant Thomas, OCIO Senior Manager of Enterprise Messaging, at email@example.com.