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UTOOC7Y9DSiNotes - Fixed an issue where the attachment file name was being truncated when a very long file name attachment file is being downloaded. This...
KWAEC8LADYiNotes - Fixed a problem where iNotes fails to open or download an attachment on Chrome or Edge if the attachment file name contains double bytes...
HHIEC9C9Y6iNotes - Added a work around fix for an issue with Safari browser where it fails to handle filename* attribute in Content-Disposition header if the...
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