In MS Outlook, Antidote tells me that my message is too long. What can I do?
As of version 15.22, Outlook is only able to transmit 65,000 characters to Antidote at a time. Antidote will warn you if your email exceeds the limit. It will analyze the first 65,000 characters of your message, but will be unable to go over the rest. If you select a passage beyond the limit and run Antidote, a warning will appear informing you that the passage cannot be accessed. If possible, you can always shorten your message, or otherwise copy and paste it into Antidote’s internal editor for a full analysis.