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Deleting IIS log files from Exchange 2010 server

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I'm running Exchange 2010 on Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard.  My disk space is filling up, and it seems to be caused largely by IIS logs located in C:\inetpub\logs.  Is it ok to delete some of these logs?  Or are these similar to the Exchange transaction logs, which I believe should not be touched?  (Transaction logs are currently truncating and are not a problem space-wise.)  I just need to know if it will cause any problems to delete these IIS logs.  
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