exchange migration 2007 smallbusiness smtp connector

Posted on 2009-12-27
Last Modified: 2013-11-30
I am following the MS documentation on a SBS2003 > sbs2008 migration and i am at the migrate exchange part of the document.

it is asking me to "remove the internet connectors"

when i go to admin groups > first admin group > routing groups > first routing group > connectors

i do not see SmallBusiness SMTP connector
i do see one connector called servera-serverb

is that the one im supposed to delte or am i missing something
Question by:dirkdigs
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    How are your mails being Routed outside. Can you give a small screenshot (hiding confidential info) so that we can look and confirm
    Nitin Gupta (gupnit)

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    ha figured it out, i was migrating from server standard 2003 w/ exchange not sbs2003.
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    :) ! Cheers
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    FYI - I find this document to be far more helpful for a SBS 2003 to SBS 2008 migration and know other Exchange Experts who use it over the Microsoft one.

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