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Ideally I'd like to do this in Outlook.

I'd like to find a way to look at the # of emails I get in my inbox for each day. This does not have to be real time.

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Create an excel document, input the number of emails you get manually, create a graph – Ramhound Dec 8 '11 at 19:00

Check out Xobni which has some excellent tools for tracking how much you send/receive and from who.

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I don't see any report that will give me the information that I need – ckliborn Dec 8 '11 at 20:49
    
I don't have my machine in front of me but I think if you look in the options, analytics(?) section you can see the graphs. – Mitch Dec 8 '11 at 20:53

If you can get all the emails you want to graph in one 'view' in outlook, you can copy the subject, date/time, etc. into excel and then create a graph based on that data.

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But for some reason, the dates are coming out differently if the date is today or another day - this method may not work without some massaging of the data. – Sam Dec 31 '12 at 16:11

I haven't personally tried any of them, but there's a few Outlook email metric plugins around

You could also whip your own script up to automate counting emails in Outlook on a schedule and insert the count into an Excel sheet and chart that:

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There is a free Message Statistics by Date tool that does exactly what you want. I recommend it because I'm one of its developers. You just specify required Outlook folders and get the report that includes the number of sent/received/total messages as well as their size.

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