exchange 2000.  MS connector

Posted on 2006-03-22
Last Modified: 2006-11-18
What is the MS connector?
I notice that the MS connector shows that it's connected to my old exchange server. (i've just migrated and the source server is still connected).
do I need to do anything with this ms connector before I uninstall exchange from the source server?
Question by:phileoca
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    Assisted Solution

    Do you mean MS Mail Connector?
    If so, then you don't need that unless you have an MS Mail server. It can be removed.

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    Author Comment

    Just wanted to make sure.  We only have Exchange for mail.
    There's another device, the MS schedul+ free/busy.  is that related to the MS connector (they're both under connectors). is it safe to just remove both of them?
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    Accepted Solution

    Microsoft Schedule Plus connector isn't required either - that is another old technology. Should be removed via Add/Remove Programs as part of the Exchange options.

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    Author Comment

    Thanks!  I've inherited this system, so some of the crap that's already on it, makes me wonder.  thanks for the advice!

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