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Moving Mail Queue to Free Space on C: of Exchange

Hello Exchange 2010 experts. I have an exchange 2010 box with a C: and D: partition on a single disk. OS is on C: and the database is on D:

I'd like to free up a little space on my C: by moving the mail queue to the D: drive. The size of my Mail.que file is 3.5 Gb. If I move the mail queue to D: will I be able to delete the old and free up this space? Is this a good configuration/best practice or should I look at alternatives?
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
tfgeorge: Dont mind but are you saying the Articles i shared didnt help in moving the Mail Queue database ? if thats so its Wired !!

Anyways i wouldnt Object and Best of Luck :)

-  Rancy
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