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Administration Guide

Viewing generated reports

The Report tab displays the list of reports generated from the report profiles. You can delete, view, and/or download generated reports.

FortiMail units can generate reports automatically, according to the schedule that you configure in the report profile, or manually, when you select a report profile and click Generate. For more information, see Configuring report profiles and generating mail statistic reports.

Note

To reduce the amount of hard disk space consumed by reports, regularly download then delete generated reports from the FortiMail unit.

To access this part of the web UI, your administrator account’s:

  • Domain must be System
  • access profile must have Read-Write permission to the Others category

For details, see About administrator account permissions and domains.

Mailbox statistic reports must be configured under Log & Report > Report Setting > Mailbox Statistics. See Configuring mailbox statistics.

Note

The configuration of mailbox statistic reports is license based. If you do not purchase the MSSP license, this feature is not available.

Note that the Mailbox Statistics tab is only available when mailbox-service is enabled under config system global. For more information, see the FortiMail CLI Reference.

To view and generate reports
  1. Go to Monitor > Report > Mail Statistics and/or Monitor > Report > Mailbox Statistics.
  2. GUI item

    Description

    Delete

    (button)

    Click to delete the selected item.

    Download

    (button)

    Click to create a PDF version of the report.

    Report File Name

    Lists the name of the generated report, and the date and time at which it was generated.

    For example, Report 1-2008-03-31-2112 is a report named Report 1, generated on March 31, 2008 at 9:12 PM.

    To view an individual section of the report in HTML format, click + next to the report name to expand the list of HTML files that comprise the report, then double-click one of the file names.

    Last Access Time

    Lists the date and time when the FortiMail unit completed the generated report.

    Size

    Lists the file size of the report in HTML format, in bytes.

  3. To view the report in PDF file format, mark the check box in the corresponding row and click Download. On the pop-up menu, select Download PDF.
  4. To view the report in HTML file format, you can view all sections of the report together, or you can view report sections individually.
  • To view all report sections together, mark the check box in the row corresponding to the report, such as treportprofile‑2011‑06‑27‑1039, then click Download and select Download HTML. Your browser downloads a file with an archive (.tgz.gz) file extension to your management computer. To view the report, first extract the report files from the archive, then open the HTML files in your web browser.
  • Each Query Selection in the report becomes a separate HTML file. You can view the report as individual HTML files. In the row corresponding to the report that you want to view, click + next to the report name to expand the list of sections, then double-click the file name of the section that you want to view, such as Spam_Recipient.html. The report appears in a new browser window.

Viewing generated reports

The Report tab displays the list of reports generated from the report profiles. You can delete, view, and/or download generated reports.

FortiMail units can generate reports automatically, according to the schedule that you configure in the report profile, or manually, when you select a report profile and click Generate. For more information, see Configuring report profiles and generating mail statistic reports.

Note

To reduce the amount of hard disk space consumed by reports, regularly download then delete generated reports from the FortiMail unit.

To access this part of the web UI, your administrator account’s:

  • Domain must be System
  • access profile must have Read-Write permission to the Others category

For details, see About administrator account permissions and domains.

Mailbox statistic reports must be configured under Log & Report > Report Setting > Mailbox Statistics. See Configuring mailbox statistics.

Note

The configuration of mailbox statistic reports is license based. If you do not purchase the MSSP license, this feature is not available.

Note that the Mailbox Statistics tab is only available when mailbox-service is enabled under config system global. For more information, see the FortiMail CLI Reference.

To view and generate reports
  1. Go to Monitor > Report > Mail Statistics and/or Monitor > Report > Mailbox Statistics.
  2. GUI item

    Description

    Delete

    (button)

    Click to delete the selected item.

    Download

    (button)

    Click to create a PDF version of the report.

    Report File Name

    Lists the name of the generated report, and the date and time at which it was generated.

    For example, Report 1-2008-03-31-2112 is a report named Report 1, generated on March 31, 2008 at 9:12 PM.

    To view an individual section of the report in HTML format, click + next to the report name to expand the list of HTML files that comprise the report, then double-click one of the file names.

    Last Access Time

    Lists the date and time when the FortiMail unit completed the generated report.

    Size

    Lists the file size of the report in HTML format, in bytes.

  3. To view the report in PDF file format, mark the check box in the corresponding row and click Download. On the pop-up menu, select Download PDF.
  4. To view the report in HTML file format, you can view all sections of the report together, or you can view report sections individually.
  • To view all report sections together, mark the check box in the row corresponding to the report, such as treportprofile‑2011‑06‑27‑1039, then click Download and select Download HTML. Your browser downloads a file with an archive (.tgz.gz) file extension to your management computer. To view the report, first extract the report files from the archive, then open the HTML files in your web browser.
  • Each Query Selection in the report becomes a separate HTML file. You can view the report as individual HTML files. In the row corresponding to the report that you want to view, click + next to the report name to expand the list of sections, then double-click the file name of the section that you want to view, such as Spam_Recipient.html. The report appears in a new browser window.