Blackberry Enterprise Folder Growing

At one of my clients I have noticed that I have 7.8GB of folders that contain a series of CSV and TXT files. Actually, it's a folder for each calendar date so over the almost 2 years I have a nearly 700+ folders that contain data that clearly looks like logging information to me.

I need the drive space so is it possible to just delete all those folders and turn off the SRP and IPPP logs in BES Admin (I assume that's what is creating them).

Thank you!
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You're talking about the logging folders on the BES.  You can trash them and turn down the logging.
Gary CutriData & Communications SpecialistCommented:
Hi, if you go to \Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Enterprise Server\Logs delete all the folders except the current day, webserver and installer folder.  Then go into Start > Programs > BlackBerry Enterprise Server > BlackBerry Server Configuration > Select the Logging tab > Change the "Debug log maximum daily file age" on each entry to 30 or less if desired (this deletes the debug logs after 30 days but keeps the call log file) > restart the blackberry services.

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