If you run a Microsoft Exchange 2013 environment you may have noticed that the disk space will fill up with logging data.
Microsoft told us that this is by design. But what if you don’t want to enable all this logging? It also cost you performance… right?
This is what I did to disable the logging and win some disk space and performance back.
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