Delete unneeded files in Exchange Server 2007
Posted on 2009-02-12
I have Exchanger Server 2007 SP1 running on Windows Server 2003 R2.
Here's the issue: I have almost 400GB allocated to Exchange. This is independent of the OS. Exchange Server has racked up 300GB of space with only 79GB remaining (roughly 20%). This is setting off thresh hold alerts. Are there files that can be deleted within this folder? I'm fairly confident that most of this is mailboxes, but I don't know how to determine this... I'm fairly new to administering Exchange.
Are there known folders that just accumulate junk that can be deleted or do I need to allocate more space?