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Exchange 2019 - Check the size of the log directories

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Edward van Biljon
Experienced Messaging Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry.
Exchange 2013/2016 and 2019 write log files to the logging directory and this directory contains many folders with many logs. The PowerShell script that I created checks the size of the directory and allows you to navigate straight to them.
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