Exchange 2013 logging

I am running windows server 2012 and exchange 2013.

I'm running out of space on my C drive and I wanted to know if there's some logging I need to turn off, or files that I can delete.  I see over 15GB of files in a temp directory and I wanted to know if it can be deleted.  I also see over 7gb in the queue folder as well.  Any thoughts?

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DanNetwork EngineerAsked:
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HariomExchange ExpertsCommented:
You can move TRANSPORT DATABASE to another location using Move-TransportDatabase.ps1

When you use the Move-TransportDatabase.ps1 script no mail gets lost and the original database is stored on the new location

http://jaapwesselius.com/2014/03/05/move-transport-database-in-exchange-2013/

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You can also stop the Transport Services, rename the temp folder (temp.old), restart the services, and then copy the temp.old folder to an external, then deleted the folder out of the directory.

But i would suggest you to use Move-TransportDatabase.ps1 script.
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DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys, I'll try to get to this when I have time.  I'm a bit hesitant to run the script as I've had issues in the past.  Especially after upgrading to another CU down the road, I'm assuming it's going to default back to the C drive, so I'll run into the same issue I'm assuming.
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