We have upgraded to an Exchange 2007 Server

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We have upgraded to an Exchange 2007 Server. Transferring of all Public folders and mailboxes has been completed. We now need to disable our old Exchange server.  On computer acts as the bridgehead server for a routing group of connectors and these all need to be removed or transferred before I can proceed with the setup.

I have searched unsuccessfully for a solution as to how to remove or transfer these group of connectors. I also reviewed my notes for a class on Exchange server that I attended. There is nothing on it about my problem. Can you tell me if I should move the routing group of connectors to the new Exchange 2007 or do I simply remove them?

I would really appreciate your help.

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We have upgraded to an Exchange 2007 Server

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For you to able to transfer the groups of connectors from the old Exchange Server to the new Exchange server that you installed, it will depend on the correct configuration of the routing group connectors between the Exchange 2007 and the  Hub Transport servers and the old version of the Exchange server's Bridgehead servers.

Having installed Exchange 2007 in a Windows Server 2003 forest with the old Exchange server version, you will just need to select and join the Exchange 2007 to that Exchange version that you are switching from  to be able to transfer the groups of connectors to the Exchange server that you installed.

-Thompson Locker

 

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