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Old Exchange 2000 Server died and is buried.  It WAS the routing master.
Is it ok to change the Master to my new 2003 Exchange server now, after the fact that the old one is no longer available?  Any *BAD* things that might happen?  Everything else was changed before it died (RUS, Public Folder replication, etc...)....
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There is no problem to switch your new 2003 Server to RG-Master.
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