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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 Administrator's Companion by Walter Glenn, Bill English

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Chapter 12. Using Administrative and Routing Groups

In versions of Microsoft Exchange Server prior to Exchange 2000 Server, both the routing boundaries and the administrative boundaries were defined by the concept of a site. In Exchange Server 2003, these two functions are broken out into administrative groups and routing groups. Administrative groups are purely logical and are used to group individual administrative roles together to fit a company’s organizational criteria. A routing group is a collection of Exchange servers that enjoy permanent, high-bandwidth connectivity. Routing ...

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