We are running Exchange 2010, with a suite of GFI applications for Security and Archiving. We have been monitoring our Archives and in doing so we have found that our Log files are getting out of hand. I do not think that these are associated with GFI, and are coming from the Exchange Server.
We have a directory on our "Mail" location called Logs. It is almost 1TB in size, while our mail archive for the last three years is sitting at 207GB. When I browse to look at the files in the Logs folder, there are thousands of sequential files, E01000CA970.log, E01000CA971.log, E01000CA972.log, etc
To get an idea of what these are, I opened one with notepad. It was the equivalent of opening a jpg with notepad. . . just garbage. There are a few other files in there though, which leads me to believe that they are Exchange logs. There are a few .jrs files and one .chk file. Any ideas?