2) I know routing groups /administrative groups are done away with, but if I go to Exchange 2007 Best practice Analyzer, and start a new scan, I see " Exchange Administrative group (under that is the exchange server) and then First administrative group (the active directory DC server)
Now I'm totally spacing if "administrative groups" like "first administrative group" can be created somewhere in ADUC or if this is a proprietary function of Exchange 2003 and earlier.
likewise, what would be used now for Routing groups / Administrative groups since they are gone in Exchange 2007?
Organization Configuration allows me to create groups with permissions for exchange....
But the best practice analyzer is still picking up a first administrative group, and a Exchange administrative group
Where would I configure routing since routing groups are gone?
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