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how to properly remove exchange 2007 of a domain?

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how do we properly remove exchange 2007 of a domain, for a new fresh installation without breaking things when we re install exchange 2007 back in the domain?
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The only supported ways to remove Exchange 2007 are to use Add or Remove Programs or to use the Setup program on the Exchange 2007 CD to remove Exchange 2007 and to remove the Exchange 2007 object from Active Directory
see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927464
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Add remove will work.... if you want to make sure everything is gone you can look in adsiedit but if it uninstalls properly then you should be good/
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