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Attachments don't get passed through by the list software to members
of the list, but they are probably still associated with the sender's
email somewhere in one or more of the archival systems, and that is
why they show up in a google search.

--Jean

On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 02:59, Steve Edmonds <steve.edmonds@ptglobal.com> wrote:
Hi Yana.
I did not think you could attach files to this list, so possibly you have
the file residing somewhere you uploaded it so that you only have  a link
from this list.
In this case you may be able to delete the file?
steve


On 2011-12-19 04:07, mileva wrote:

Hi guys,

I have a "weird" question. I joined this list some time ago and attached
my CV for you to see what my qualifications are (I haven't had time to
actively join the project yet, as I'm in the final stages of my studies,
but I've been following the discussions). I did a Google search for my
name
and it seems like the .pdf file that I attached back then is being indexed
by Google. Is there some way to delete it from the mail archive or to at
least make it non-public...?

Thank you in advance!
Yana

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