Claymoore wrote: »
A backup will clear the logs as HP said.
To prevent the logs from filling up during later migrations, you can enable circular logging on the storage group. This will delete the transaction log as soon as it is commited to the database. However - this is very important - turn off circular logging when the migration is complete. IMHO, circular logging should only be used during large mailbox moves or migrations. You will need to stop and restart the information store service when you toggle circular logging off and on resulting in brief loss of connectivity to the mail store.
billybob01 wrote: »
All the mailboxes have been moved and so i have gone into Backup Exec and changed the name of any exchange backups to point to the new exchange server, and also backup the relevant folders, i have manually run one of the backups and have found that the logs still have the A next to them, which is telling me that the logs have not backed up even though they are selected within Backup Exec.