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    you can get rid of the smtp reference.

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    Not quite certain what path you mean, I hope it is the AD path which is

    Configuration (Domain) > CN=Configuration etc > CN=Services > CN=Connections > CN=SMTP etc

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    yes, if that references the 2003 server.

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    So, finally, can the 'CN=First Administrative Group' go and what about the 'System Public Folders in Exchange 2010, can they go?

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    leave both,

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    Once again, many thanks. I'll see how it goes.

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