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Help with Exchange 2007

We have been using a stable environment for a few years without any issues.
But due to Storm Sandy, the power was out for a few days, and internet access was down for almost a week.
Now that we have power and internet back up, the servers are up and running.
The environment has an exchange server 2003 as well as an exchange server 2007. Exchange 2007 has all the mailboxes. There's a connector between them. I believe exchange 2003 runs SMTP.
On Exchange 2003 server, under system manager, there's a few hundred email stuck in the Queue in the Routing Group Connector. Then after a while, they go to the " Messages with an Unreachable destination" queue.
I just ran WinRoute.exe, and saw that everything looks ok.
How do we troubleshoot this?
We already rebooted both servers.
Outbound email is flowing ok, but inbound email is stuck in the queue for hours.
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Did the servers crash? or were they brought down before power went out.

I was lucky enough to shut mine down prior to the power outage thanks to the ups units