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

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Chapter 13. Connecting Routing Groups

Chapter 3, discussed the message-routing architecture of a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 organization. That chapter also discussed routing groups and how you can use them to group together servers that enjoy permanent, high-speed connectivity. Further, it described the link state algorithm, which is a link propagation protocol that replaces and improves upon the Gateway Address Routing Table (GWART) of Exchange Server 5.5. In Chapter 12, you learned how to create and manage administrative groups and routing groups. What you need to know now to make it all work is how to create and manage the individual connectors that link routing groups ...

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