I have a number of thin clients at the office. They're on a VM running Windows Server 2008 and Office 2010. The C: drive has 150 GB of space and we use a network storage device for our shared drive where the majority of files are stored.
I ran spacesniffer to see what was taking up the majority of the drive. Spacesniffer identified Outlook as the program that was taking up the majority in the user accounts. I deleted a few users that no longer work for the company or are not using thin clients anymore. It freed up about 20 GB of space. However, I went back to check on the drive, and within 24 hours of freeing up that space, the drive was back to less than 1 GB available.
Any help to clean up some Outlook data would be helpful along with a reason why the drive would fill up so quickly would be greatly appreciated.