I am using Webmail (iNotes) to access my office e-mail from home/cybercafe. When I launch an attachment, is there a copy stored somewhere (either on the C: drive or on the iNotes server itself)? If it's on my C: drive, is there a way to automatically delete the temporary file after I have exited from the browser?
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My concern is leaving behind attachments at cybercafes when I close my browser or log out from Webmail. Thank you.
Good question. You can read For launched attachments: Temporary files are not deleted after exiting the iNotes client and you will see that it is addressed in 5.0.9.
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