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Florian

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Hi,
when I enter KWS via my iPhone everything looks very good and works well. The only thing that currently leads to a problem is the following situation:

When I open a file that is stored within KWS my iPhone opens this file. However, there is no possibility of going back to the KWS.
This leads to the problem that I have to leave the file by clicking the home button of the iPhone and then re-start KWS.

Is there any other possibility going back from an opened file to KWS?

Kind regards
Florian
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renefn

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I'm having the exact same problem and was worried that the solution was so obvious that I just didn't see it Smile

We're just starting to use Workspace an noone is using the mobile client yet, but I can imagine that I will be flooded with this question once they do!

Regards,
Rene Frej Nielsen
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clunsford

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I to have the same issue, However it specifically happened after adding Workspace to my home screen. If I navigate directly within Safari I can hit the back button on the toolbar at the bottom.
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Tomas Rondik (Kerio)

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Hi,
we know about this issue and our developers are working on it. Unfortunately, I don't know whether this will be solved in next public version.

Regards,

Tomas Rondik
Quality Engineer
Kerio Technologies
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