Do you backup your Exchange server regularly, and I mean "Exchange backup",
not file level backup. Backup operation gracefully cleans-up log files.
Check your storage group properties inside Exchange System Manager. Check
for the path to the transaction logs. Then review contents of that folder
using Windows explorer. There should be many 5mbyte files. You should NOT
delete them by hand, but instead take full backup of Exchange using (if you
don't have 3rd party solution) ntbackup (run it on Exchange server itself).
Also make sure you're running latest. That is, Exchange 2000
SP3+postSP3september Roll-up fix.
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> Hi all,
> The C drive on my Exchange server is almost full. I'm getting ready to
> migrate to a new server with Exchange 2000 so I don't want to mess with a
> bigger drive. What kind of log files or temporary files does Exchange
> create that are safe for me to move or delete to get me by for another
> Thanks in advance,