Splunk® App for Microsoft Exchange (EOL)

Splunk App for Microsoft Exchange Reference

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On October 22 2021, the Splunk App for Microsoft Exchange will reach its end of life. After this date, Splunk will no longer maintain or develop this product. The functionality in this app is migrating to a content pack in Data Integrations. Learn about the Content Pack for Microsoft Exchange.
This documentation does not apply to the most recent version of MSExchange. Click here for the latest version.
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External Logins Map

This topic discusses the External Logins Map, which shows you from where users have logged into your Exchange environment.

How to use this page

1. In the Username field, type in all or part of a username. To show all users that begin with a certain string, use an asterisk at the end of the string.

2. Select the Application that the user used to log in, or click the 'x' icon at the right of the listbox to specify any application. The choices available are:

  • Outlook Web Access
  • Exchange Web Services
  • ActiveSync

3. Select a time range by clicking the time picker and choosing a time range that fits your needs.

The Splunk App for Microsoft Exchange updates the map to show the user(s) who have logged in using the application(s) you have selected in the time range you picked.

Mouse over the entries to see additional information about that user.

Last modified on 04 April, 2017
Client Service Overview
Outlook (RPC)

This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® App for Microsoft Exchange (EOL): 3.4.2, 3.4.3, 3.4.4, 3.5.0, 3.5.1, 3.5.2, 4.0.0, 4.0.1, 4.0.2, 4.0.3

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