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Our offices' mail is setup on a local server and filtered using Trend Micro. The overall size of the Trend Micro directory folder is 2.29GB, which insanely huge and should not be that large. As I enter the sub-directories (ClientServerSecurityAgent/Msg SecurityClient/SecurityServer) the total size of all files is not larger than 1.5MB. Something isn't showing up that is taking a tremendous amount of disk space. I have adjusted the view to see all hidden files and folders, but there is still nothing to be seen. Any suggestions as to what it would be (aka invisible log files) and how to free that space up would be awesome, thanks!


Edited by aclstrat, 18 July 2007 - 03:30 PM.

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My C:\Program Files\Trend Micro folder is 1.14 GB with about 70 mailboxes on it.

I use Tree Size to see where my hard drive space is going to. Run that app on your server and you should be able to track down where space is coming from.
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what version are you using?
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