Log file disk space consumption

Do I need to care to any log files (excluding website access logs), like mail logs or anything else that could grow indefinitely and consuming much disk space ?
How about the bayesian filter of SpamAssassin - does it have a maximum size limit or grows it forever ?
Any other logs or files or whatever to keep an eye upon ?
Currently I have made these settings on SA:
FTP: Log anything (all checkboxes marked)
Mail: Log anything at level "Information"; archive every one day
Firewall: Log max. of 1000 packets
DNS: Log enabled, level "Information"

I looked into /ezc/weekly and it seems that this does already what I want, doesn't ? It seems that there log files are cleaned up so I feel that anything is okay as it is currently...
Especially since I don't have an real idea which log files are missing there (and finding out their path, which is the hardest task
I just want to prevent that such undeleted logs are eating my diskspace slowly but steadily.

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                  Remote Address: euro195.vpnbook.com
                  Use Terminal Script: No
                  Dial on Demand: No
                  Disconnect on Fast User Switch: No
                  Disconnect on Idle: No
                  Disconnect on Idle Timer: 600
                  Disconnect on Logout: No
                  Disconnect on Sleep: No
                  Idle Reminder: No
                  Idle Reminder Time: 1800
                  IPCP Compression VJ: No
                  LCP Echo Enabled: Yes
                  LCP Echo Failure: 15
                  LCP Echo Interval: 20
                  Log File: /var/log/ppp.log
                  Verbose Logging: Yes
              SMB:
                  NetBIOSName: niles-macbook
            Bluetooth DUN:
              Type: PPP
              IPv4:
                  Configuration Method: PPP
              IPv6:
                  Configuration Method: Automatic
              Proxies:
                  FTP Passive Mode: Yes
              PPP:
                  ACSP Enabled: No
                  Display Terminal Window: No
                  Redial Count: 1
                  Redial Enabled: Yes
                  Redial Interval: 5
                  Use Terminal Script: No
                  Dial on Demand: No
                  Disconnect on Fast User Switch: Yes
                  Disconnect on Idle: Yes
                  Disconnect on Idle Timer: 600
                  Disconnect on Logout: Yes
                  Disconnect on Sleep: Yes
                  Idle Reminder: No
                  Idle Reminder Time: 1800
                  IPCP Compression VJ: Yes
                  LCP Echo Enabled: No
                  LCP Echo Failure: 4
                  LCP Echo Interval: 10
                  Log File: /var/log/ppp.log
                  Verbose Logging: No
              SMB:
                  NetBIOSName: niles-macbook
    Memory:
        Memory Slots:
          ECC: Disabled
            BANK 0/DIMM0:
              Size: 2 GB
              Type: DDR3
              Speed: 1067 MHz
              Status: OK
              Manufacturer: 0x80AD
              Part Number: 0x484D54313235533654465238432D47372020
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            BANK 1/DIMM0:
              Size: 2 GB
              Type: DDR3
              Speed: 1067 MHz
              Status: OK
              Manufacturer: 0x80AD
              Part Number: 0x484D54313235533654465238432D47372020
              Serial Number: 0x0933B66D
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          Type: AirPort
          Hardware: AirPort
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          IPv4:
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              Subnet Masks: 255.255.255.0
          IPv6:
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          DNS:
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          DHCP Server Responses:
              Domain Name: homenetwork.internal
              Domain Name Servers: 192.168.1.1
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              DHCP Message Type: 0x05
              Routers: 192.168.1.1
              Server Identifier: 192.168.1.1
              Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
          Ethernet:
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              Media Options:
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          Proxies:
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              HTTP Proxy Enabled: No
              HTTP Proxy Port: 6515
              HTTP Proxy Server: 68.37.6.66
              SOCKS Proxy Enabled: No
              SOCKS Proxy Port: 9999
              SOCKS Proxy Server: localhost
          Sleep Proxies:
            1 Printer 1:
              Marginal Power: 60
              Metric: 703560
              Portability: 35
              Total Power: 63
              Type: 70
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        Ethernet:
          Type: Ethernet
          Hardware: Ethernet
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          IPv4:
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          IPv6:
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          Ethernet:
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              Media Options:
              Media Subtype: Auto Select
          Proxies:
              Exceptions List: *.local, 169.254/16
              FTP Passive Mode: Yes
          Service Order: 1
        VPN (PPTP):
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          BSD Device Name: ppp0
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          IPv4:
              Addresses: 172.16.36.248
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          IPv6:
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          DNS:
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              Supplemental Match Domains:
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          Proxies:
              FTP Passive Mode: Yes
              Supplemental Match Domains:
              Supplemental Match Orders: 100000
          Service Order: 2
        Bluetooth DUN:
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          Hardware: Modem
          BSD Device Name: Bluetooth-Modem
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          IPv4:
              Configuration Method: PPP
          IPv6:
              Configuration Method: Automatic
          Proxies:
              FTP Passive Mode: Yes
          Service Order: 3
    Power:
        Battery Information:
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              Manufacturer: SMP
              Device Name: bq20z451
              Pack Lot Code: 0
              PCB Lot Code: 0
              Firmware Version: 201
              Hardware Revision: 000a
              Cell Revision: 164
          Charge Information:
              Charge Remaining (mAh): 4995
              Fully Charged: Yes
              Charging: No
              Full Charge Capacity (mAh): 5137
          Health Information:
              Cycle Count: 97
              Condition: Normal
          Battery Installed: Yes
          Amperage (mA): -1105
          Voltage (mV): 12162
        System Power Settings:
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              Disk Sleep Timer (Minutes): 10
              Display Sleep Timer (Minutes): 1
              Wake on AC Change: No
              Wake on Clamshell Open: Yes
              Wake on LAN: Yes
              Current Power Source: Yes
              Display Sleep Uses Dim: Yes
              PrioritizeNetworkReachabilityOverSleep: 0
          Battery Power:
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              Disk Sleep Timer (Minutes): 10
              Display Sleep Timer (Minutes): 1
              Wake on AC Change: No
              Wake on Clamshell Open: Yes
              Display Sleep Uses Dim: Yes
              Reduce Brightness: Yes
        Hardware Configuration:
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        AC Charger Information:
          Connected: Yes
          ID: 0x0100
          Wattage (W): 60
          Revision: 0x0000
          Family: 0x0085
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          Printers:
              Path: /Library/Printers/Brother/Filter/commandtobrother.bundle/Contents/Info.plist
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              Path: /Library/Printers/Brother/Filter/rastertobrother145.bundle/Contents/Info.plist
              Version: 1.0.4
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              Path: /Library/Printers/Samsung/PDEs/JobSetting.bundle/Contents/Info.plist
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              Path: /Library/Printers/Samsung/PDEs/Output.bundle/Contents/Info.plist
              Version: 1.05
              Path: /Library/Printers/Samsung/PDEs/Printer.bundle/Contents/Info.plist
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              Path: /Library/Image Capture/Devices/Canon IJScanner2.app/Contents/Resources/DeviceInfo.plist
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              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/AppleStorageDrivers.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleATAPIStorage.kext
              Version: 3.1.7
              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/AppleStorageDrivers.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleXserveRAID.kext
              Version: 3.1.7
              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/AppleStorageDrivers.kext/Contents/PlugIns/FireWireStorageDeviceSpecifics.kext
              Version: 3.1.7
              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/AppleStorageDrivers.kext/Contents/PlugIns/SonyXDCAMDriver.kext
              Version: 3.1.7
              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/AppleStorageDrivers.kext/Contents/PlugIns/USBStorageDeviceSpecifics.kext
              Version: 3.1.7
              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/AppleUSBTopCase.kext
              Version: 237.1
              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/BJUSBLoad.kext
              Version: 2.1.0
              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/CellPhoneHelper.kext
              Version: 1.2.6
              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/hp_fax_io.kext
              Version: 5.5.0
              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/hp_Inkjet1_io_enabler.kext
              Version: 2.6.0
              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/hp_Inkjet3_io_enabler.kext
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              Version: 1.8.1
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              Version: 1.8.1
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              Version: 1.1.0
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              Version: 4.4.5
              Path: /System/Library/Extensions/IOVideoFamily.kext/Contents/PlugIns/IOVideoDeviceUserClient.kext
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        Printer 1:
          Status: Idle
          Print Server: Local
          Driver Version: 1.0
          Default: Yes
          Shared: Yes
          URI: dnssd://Printer%201._ipp._tcp.local./
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          PPD File Version: 1.0
          PostScript Version: (3010.000) 0
          CUPS Version: 1.6.2 (cups-327.6)
          Scanning support: No
          Printer Commands: none
          CUPS filters:
            image/urf processed in Printer:
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          PDEs:
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        NVidia MCP89 AHCI:
          Vendor: NVidia
          Product: MCP89 AHCI
          Link Speed: 3 Gigabit
          Negotiated Link Speed: 1.5 Gigabit
          Description: AHCI Version 1.30 Supported
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              Capacity: 320.07 GB (320,072,933,376 bytes)
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              Serial Number:            90TFF00PS
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              Queue Depth: 32
              Removable Media: No
              Detachable Drive: No
              BSD Name: disk0
              Rotational Rate: 5400
              Medium Type: Rotational
              Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table)
              S.M.A.R.T. status: Verified
              Volumes:
                disk0s1:
                  Capacity: 209.7 MB (209,715,200 bytes)
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                  Content: EFI
                disk0s2:
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                  Capacity: 650 MB (650,002,432 bytes)
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          Product: MCP89 AHCI
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          Negotiated Link Speed: 1.5 Gigabit
          Description: AHCI Version 1.30 Supported
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              Detachable Drive: No
              Power Off: Yes
              Async Notification: No
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          Kernel Version: Darwin 12.4.0
          Boot Volume: Internal Hard Drive
          Boot Mode: Normal
          Computer Name: niles-macbook
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        Internal Hard Drive:
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          Capacity: 318.88 GB (318,877,626,368 bytes)
          Mount Point: /
          File System: Journaled HFS+
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          Ignore Ownership: No
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              Encrypted: Yes
              Encryption Type: AES-XTS
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              Size: 319.21 GB (319,213,174,784 bytes)
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              Internal: Yes
              Partition Map Type: GPT (GUID Partition Table)
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          PCI Vendor ID: 0x10de
          Bus Number: 0x24
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              Serial Number: 8JAC2190MDCJ5A00
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              Current Required (mA): 500
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          PCI Revision ID: 0x00a2
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          PCI Revision ID: 0x00a1
          PCI Vendor ID: 0x10de
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          Bus Number: 0x06
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              Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec
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              Current Required (mA): 94
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                  Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec
                  Manufacturer: Apple Inc.
                  Location ID: 0x06630000 / 6
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                  Current Required (mA): 0
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              Vendor ID: 0x05ac  (Apple Inc.)
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              Speed: Up to 12 Mb/sec
              Manufacturer: Apple Inc.
              Location ID: 0x06300000 / 2
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              Current Required (mA): 40
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          Type: autofs
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          Automounted: Yes
        home:
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              CoreWLANKit: 2.0.2 (202.10)
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              Country Code: US
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                  BSSID: 00:26:b8:5d:6b:f2
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                  Country Code: US
                  Network Type: Infrastructure
                  Security: WEP
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