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Safely remove a routing group in Exchange 2003

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One of our site decommissioned their Exchange servers (by decommissioning they dismounted all the stores on the front end and backend servers).  I had to created two new routing group in my site and redirect the internal mail to route directly to our site.  How can I safely removed our routing group that once connected to the site that will be very soon removed completely?
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All Exchange servers must be in at least one routing group. Even standalone servers are in a routing group. So simply move the servers in to the correct routing group then delete the one that you don't need.

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