Exchange 2003 Logs

I need to run a compression program on Exchange. This generates a lot of logs, and I'm short of space. Is is possible to have Exchange put the logs onto a network drive? Or can only local drives be used for the logs?
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Glen KnightCommented:
Only local drives can be used and the Exchange System Manager will not let you choose removeable/network drives.

You can however turn on Circular logging whilst you run this process if it's only a temporary thing?
You can do this by following this guide here:

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jdhackettAuthor Commented:
Even mapped network drives? That is, its mapped to Z.
I guess I could backup, then use Circular logging.
Glen KnightCommented:
No, even mapped network drives will not work.
Circular logging is your best bet.

But once your finished make sure you turn it off.
jdhackettAuthor Commented:
Heh, its seems obvious to turn if off now, but its just as well you said it!
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