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Transport Server/2003 Connectors - 11.Feb.2010 10:15:08 AM   


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I am in the process of planning our organizations upgrade from 2003 to 2010 and have came across something I can't get an answer to.

In our 2003 configuration we have 2 connectors within one Routing Group.  My understanding is that 2010 no longer uses routing groups, so how are these connectors handled and does the 2010 installation handle any of this?

I should also add that we currently have only one Exchange server in a single site.  One of these connectors is used to send/receive mail from our spam filtering service and the other is used internally for sending emails from an internal application to outside email addresses.

< Message edited by bhicks14 -- 11.Feb.2010 10:20:31 AM >
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