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China Doll | 11:14 Sun 25th Mar 2012 | Technology
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Hiya,

Sent some stuff to my NHS.net account to work on at home and it's not letting me open the attachements for security purposes, I can only view them as a web page, (actually I can only few one thing in a web page, the other won't even do that when I try). Anyone else with these email accounts had this problem? I've never had it before and no idea how to resolve it!

Thank you!

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I think you need to make sure that you select the "This is a private computer" box when you are logging in to your NHS.net account (works for me anyway).
11:26 Sun 25th Mar 2012
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Ah sorted! I am a genius! Please disregard. :c)
china, tell me how you've done it! - this is a constant pain to me, I use a number of NHS.net accounts and the web page issue has always bugged me.
it's a Christian plot to stop people from working at home on a Sunday. I expect the Illuminati have something to do with it. And the Templars.
I think you need to make sure that you select the "This is a private computer" box when you are logging in to your NHS.net account (works for me anyway).
Nope dave, I get the same message on my encrypted NHS laptop, which doesn't give you that log-in option.
... although - eureka - it has just worked on my home desktop computer (damn, I can see the year end financial procedures now!)
.. and drat here too - checking that this worked has now exposed me to several emails that could quite cheerfully have waited until tomorrow, but now that I know they're there ...
LOL, it's catching.... (I am dismayed how many emails I write on a Sunday which actually get replies, the same day!)
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Boxy - When I logged in I checked the option for private computer rather than public one, tha was the problem here! And yes, the figures for social service referrals from October - December are not fun viewing on a sunday, planned pregnancy my arse!
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Sorry dave, didn't see your answer... and yes, you're bloody right! :c)

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