We have one Exchange 2007 server running Server 2003.
We have a Barracuda Spam Filter as well.
On the Exchange server, we have a C drive, an E drive and an F drive.
The C drive has 60GB in total and 23GB left.
The E drive has 191GB in total and 2.35GB left.
The F drive has 149GB in total and 9.56GB left.
Incoming email is stuck in the Barracuda filter supposedly because of low system resources (Barracuda tech said this).
I backed up the Exchange database to tape using our backup software but this didn't solve anything.
I don't know what's taking up all of the disk space.
When I go into the E drive and select all folders, only 77GB of space is being used. Why is it saying there is only 2.35GB left?
The same goes for the F drive. I select all folders in the F drive and only 260MB is being used (not 140GB like it's stating in Windows Explorer).
I don't know what's going on here or how to resolve it.
This is running as a VM and I could probably allot more disk space to the E and F drives but I'm not sure why this is happening.