Gmail Log Search for Apps Administrators Added by Google

GmailGoogle has just started to roll out

a tool for app administrators to search through Gmail logs according to an announcement the company recently made. The feature, which will be available in the apps control panel, has been something that has been long requested by IT administrators of the cloud collaboration and email suite according to Google Apps Senior Strategist Priya Mathew.

According to a recent blog post by Mathew, “Gmail log search will make it easier to answer questions like: What happened to an inbound or outbound message? Was a message sent to my domain and marked as spam? Which users sent or received a specific message?”

By using the new tool, IT administrators can query email message information like sender, recipient, subject, data, total transit time and delivery status. Mathew added, “Gmail log search will help domain admins have the same type of visibility into the operations of Google Apps that they are used to from the legacy, on-premise email systems.”

In addition to that, Gmail log search, which is built on Google BigQuery cloud-based data analysis service, will be available this week for Google Apps for businesses, education and government customers.

Source: Computer World – Google adds email log search for Apps admins

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