Im trying to get more information about Exchange Routing Groups. Id like to know when they should be used and the benefits of using them. What are the pros and cons when using them vs. pros and cons when not using them.
We are running Windows 2003 on all servers.
We have a backend and a front end exchange servers in our main office.
We have one Forest, Domain and Exchange Org.
We are using Exchange 2003 SP2
We have a remote office that will have an Exchange server and two DCs.
The remote office has 10 people but can grow to about 40 in the next 24 months.
Our connection to this remote office will be over a 10Mb VPN link.
Should we be using two routing groups or keep the remote exchange server in the same routing groups as the main office?
I've read a bunch of articles but am trying to make sense of it all.