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Trouble receiving from Groupwise

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We have clients and partners who use Groupwise email services.  We are having trouble receiving from them at times.  We are running Exchange 2003 with Outlook 2003.  We are thinking it may have something to do with the line length description on their end.  We are needing to get it resolved so that we are able to keep the open lines of communication.
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what happens to these messages from groupwise???
Any errors on either side???

maybe they can reset the numbers on their end so exchange wont complain.....

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Message could not be delivered because the remote returns the following error – 500 lines too long.

Also, we have a Barracuda Spam Firewall.  The message that it is saying is the Sender Aborted.

I believe that it is a problem with the lack of carriage returns in the emails from Groupwise, but I'm hoping there is a way to change the acceptance setting in Exchange instead of having to get on the phone with people we are trying to receive emails from.

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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/821733/

maybe these two articles could help....

i dont know exactly which registry settings u have to modify for your problem....so i leave this to someone who knows
exactly what to do....
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