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My Exchange server recently filled its storage with log files. Apparently they weren't being purged. How do I 1. Release the space taken by these logs?2. How do i prevent this from happening again? Thanks.
Using Exchange 2007 on a Windows Server 2003 x64. I can send email to the user in SMTPReceive Log but the message is not delievered to the users inbox. The message is not returned to the sender. The email is being generated by a web site. I turned on Pipeline transaction log for the sender and I...
I am looking to prune the log files in an Exchange Server 2003 installation. Before I actually delete the files I have a question regarding exactly what the log(s) are recording and whether deleting them will have an adverse effect on the performance of the server. Our environment also includes...