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Removing Exchange 2007 CCR Cluster

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Our active mailbox node ran out of space and I needed to move the token over to our passive node. The passive node has plenty of space. I can't increase the space on the active node and we are moving to a hosted solution by the end of the year and do not plan on getting more space. I want to keep my mailbox sever on the passive node and break the cluster. Thus far I have uninstalled Exchange from the acrtive node and evicted it from the cluster. What do I need to do on the passive node now so that it is stand alone mailbox server?  
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Ideally, I would prever not want to have to migrate any of this data over to a new mailbox server.
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The actual answer is that you would need to migrate the databases or mailboxes over to a new server. Once the data is migrated over you can use the aobve steps Satya suggested to retire the cluster.
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