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Without knowing exactly how your data is structured, one way I can think to do this would be to join the records in your update set to the existing records in your database, then you can flag those that joined as updated and those that don't join as new. Take those values and use a Summarize to group by those flags and do a count. From here you would go to a Report Table Tool and then to an Email tool. This will generate an email with the table including a count of the updated records and the additional records.