MailFlow Monitor

MailFlow Monitor in action

MailFlow Monitor is a FREE application that allows you to monitor emails as they flow through your Microsoft Exchange server in real time.

It’s a great way of simply keeping an eye on your server’s mail flow, whilst simultaneously helping you with troubleshooting – you can immediately see emails as they enter or leave your Organisation.

MailFlow Monitor works with Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 or Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 and is currently free to use, even in a commercial environment.

  • Download MailFlow Monitor now from the Downloads section.
  • Read about how to configure and use MailFlow Monitor in the Online Documentation.

MailFlow Monitor has been tested on Microsoft Windows Server 2016 with Microsoft Exchange Server 2016, and on Microsoft Windows Server 2019 with Microsoft Exchange Server 2019. However, as with all software, it is strongly recommended that you test the product in a suitable environment before deploying it to a production server.

Copyrights and other information:

MailFlow Monitor is copyright Richard T.A. Neal, 2011-2020. It may not be given, sold, or otherwise distributed without prior written approval from the author. Please do not offer this product for download from your own website, instead you should reference the download link (above) to ensure that the most recent version and build is always downloaded.

No warranty, express or implied, is offered. No guarantee is made of the suitability of this software for any purpose whatsoever. It is installed and used entirely at the user’s risk. The author accepts no responsibility or liability for any circumstances resulting from the use of this software. By downloading and installing the software you are hereby agreeing to these terms.

The terms “Microsoft Windows” and “Microsoft Exchange” refer to software packages and/or operating systems produced by Microsoft Corporation. Some or all of these terms may be trademarked by Microsoft, and these trademarks are hereby recognised and acknowledged.

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