Exchange 2003 & 2010 routing group connector II

if you have more than 2 hub servers and more than two frontend server you HAVE TO add all those servers name while creating RGC... Or else you would end up with queuing the messages on the HUB server that is not in RGC..

If you still have doubt? setup your own lab with two HUB and frontend server and you will find what I am talking about.
      

I am not going to argue with you.  You only need 1 connector between the 2003 org and the 2010 org.

The source servers are the same as the bridgehead server.  If no others are in place then all 2010 servers will sendail to this server to be sent to the 2003 org.

So if i have 2 exchange 2010 I still only need 1 connector in the routing group. what about the memebers, are those created for me automatically or do I have to add them in myself?
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Glen KnightConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Routing group connectors are only used between Exchange 2003 and 2007 or 2010, they are not used in native Exchange 2007 or 2010 organisations.

When migrating one server will be used as a bridgehead (normally) so that the Exchange 2003 organisation can route mail to the Exchange 2010 org.

You don't need to add all servers to the list because exchange will automatically use the correct route.
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iamuserAuthor Commented:
I have 2010 exchange servers that are running hub,cas, & mbx
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iamuserAuthor Commented:
okay i see
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