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Offline Geow

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Hello. My first post here so if it's in the wrong place just let me know.

It occurs to me that a great deal of bandwidth, not to mention MX network time, is taken up by users downloading files they already have in their library! (Maybe because the files names are different and they are assumed to be different versions of the file or maybe they forgot they download that last year???)

Does anyone know of either a way to avoid this or maybe a third party add-on that checks library files to filter them out of searches or browses?

Good to see the community is growing again.

Regards to all.

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