It sounds like you have multiple databases on that drive. Don't forget that your public store is also a database...
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with associated transaction log files. If you didn't change all of the transaction log file locations for all databases, you'll still see new log files on the disk. You should also be using an Exchange-aware backup to flush the transaction log files properly on a regular basis.
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