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Topic # 238100 3-Jul-2018 10:33
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When checking a clients Office 365 emails stats, the graph and records are 2 days behind - so right now, Im only able to see activity upto Sunday.  Anyone else have this ?

 

 





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  Reply # 2048304 3-Jul-2018 13:37
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*looks*

 

Yep mine are 2 days behind too





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  Reply # 2048310 3-Jul-2018 13:47
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Yep I'm, 2 days behind.


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  Reply # 2048332 3-Jul-2018 14:37
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(sigh)  MS time obviously..... :)

 

 





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  Reply # 2054358 11-Jul-2018 14:14
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I use Powershell to pull down the logs and built Powerbi reports. Most of the logging you can extract with Powershell appears to be very recent, with some being minutes old.


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