To move a server from one routing
group to another, drag and drop the server from the
Members folder of the old routing group into the
Members folder of the new routing group. Note that the
routing groups must be in the same administrative group for you to
move servers between them. You cannot move servers between routing
groups in different administrative groups.
You cannot move a server to another routing group if one or more
of its virtual servers is a bridgehead server for connectors in its
current routing group. To move a server, first remove all its
virtual servers from all the bridgehead server lists of all the
connectors in its current routing group.
On the Start menu, point to
Programs, point to Microsoft Exchange, and then click
Members folder of the routing group to which you want to
move the server.
Navigate to the
Members folder that currently contains the server.
In the details pane of the Members folder that currently
includes the server, select the server you want to move.
Drag the selected server to Members in the new routing
Note You can add servers to
routing groups only during installation. By default, every server
in your organization is added to a routing group. After
installation, you can move servers between routing groups to place
servers with reliable connections in the same routing group.