This has improved, and will continue to improve over time.
An error occurred while saving the commentMatthew McClure commented
This limitation has completely destroyed months worth of work on our eDiscovery case. We were running keyword queries in the thousands as per the court ruling to provide. For example the plaintiff supplied a keyword list that all other eDiscovery software was able to run such as EverLaw of over 14k terms. If we have to break that is sets of 20 you have made the tool completely useless to us as we would be better off exporting all of the mailbox and sending offsite to a better platform. This is nothing like it was before when the tool actually provided useful results, now your just costing us more time and money!