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Blackberry Enterprise Server - Log File Clean

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We're running BES 4.1.6.9 and I'm noticing that the drive is getting a little full. The logs seem to take up about 14GB and there is only 4 GB left on the drive. This may not be a big deal right now, but I'm wondering what the correct way to deal with this is. Is there an auto clean up for the logs? do I just have to cycle through the directories and clean them up manually.. if so which do I delete?



Thanks!
RS

ps.. it is connected to an Exchange 2003 server.
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