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Clients Are Ordering Downloads. They Click On The Download, But They Can't Find

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Kent Kerschner
1 posts
Wed Nov 25, 20
10:04 AM
Customers can not find their images when they click on the download link. Most are doing it from their phones. Any ideas where the photos went?
Tim -
13237 posts
Fri Nov 27, 20
6:00 AM
The photos will be in their gallery on their phone or in downloads most likely.
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