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Exchange Upgrade from 2003 to 2010 routing group connector.

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We upgraded our Exchange environment from 2003 to 2010 several months ago. Now we are trying to uninstall the 2003 servers. We are getting an error on the exchange uninstall about a routing group connector. Looking at it I assume it is there so the new servers can talk to the 2003 back end. I think it can just be deleted but I want to make sure that it will not cause any problems with our existing environment.  I have attached a screenshot. Can I just delete it?  Routing group connector
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