remove 2003 FE from mail routing

I have an exchange 2003, 2007 & 2010 mixed environment. I have one old Ex2003 FE server that I’ve taken offline (might need to bring it back up later); however, the exchange servers still want to route internal mail through it. How can I tell the exchange org of servers to not route mail through that FE box?
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KalluSureshKumarCommented:
You might have the Routing Group Connector between Exchange 2003 and 2007 /2010 servers. You can use cmdlet Remove-RoutingGroupConnector .

Ref: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa998645.aspx

First type Get-RoutingGroupConnector to see if you have any connector or not.

After removing that, you can create a Send connector on Exchange 2007 to route e-mails through them.

Even if you don't remove them the mail should route to their respective servers.

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