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A recommended best practice is to configure the appliction log on exchange servers to something like 40mb or more. Can I ask what if anything the risk is if you have a smaller provision for your appliction log? Wheres the risk? What kind of info goes into this log file? How important is it?
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Hi,

What exchange version do you have?
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