First let me start with a reference to a previous question here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_27375705.html?cid=239#a36903811
We had a catastrophic failure of our array last week, glad to say after the restore we are up and running now! However we had some trouble getting the client e-mails working. I had to delete the client OST files locally then relaunch Outlook and download the users mail agian, all went well until I arrived this morning and found 2 problems. First and probably the biggest problem, my C: drive is almost full. Yesterday I had almost 4GB of space available, today I have 350MB~!!!
I searched for files by size and date modified and found over 1000 log files in the MDBDATA directory on the C: drive that had either been created or modified yesterday, with a total size of over 5GB! Also on my D: drive the size of the Exchange database grew by around 50% !
So the question is what can I do to free up space on the C: drive pronto, and what can I do to reduce the size of the Exchange database (I also would like to know what caused it to grow so much!)
Thanks for your input,