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How to check which email still being sent to the Bridgehead server (Exchange 2003)

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Hi All,

I'm in the process of decommissioning Exchange Server 2003 as most of the server roles and content has been migrated to Exchange Server 2007, however when I view the routing group connectors, they seems to be active and modified recently ?

because when I right click on the "Routing group connector" I got the error message:

"Exchange System Manager version 8.0.30535.0 or greater is required to edit this object. See About dialog for version information"

How can I make sure that no other email is sent to this routing group and who is sending to thie email routing group ?

Any advice and suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
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Are there any active mailboxes on the 2003 server?
no there are none, all of the mhas been migrated already to 2007

Did you create a public folder database on the 2007 server (do you have Outlook 2003 clients)?
Yes already, no I don't have Outlook 2003 in the domain, but some of the team is actively using the Public Folder in my Exchange Server 2007.
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Tes Endital, I have removed all of the databases and migrated them already to Exchange Server 2007.

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than you !
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