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returned mail error (message/partial not supported

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what does this mean?

#< #5.6.1 smtp;554 5.6.1 Messages of type message/partial are not supported> #SMTP#

Once in a while I get an email kicked back that says the above.
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The message/partial type means that the message has been fragmented, possibly because it was too large.  Do you have a limit on the session size?  Check the SMPT Virtual Server properties, under the Messages tab if you are using Exchange 2003.  I usually leave this unchecked.

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PfSC
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