Turn off email autocomplete to avoid a potential privacy disaster
Catherine Sanders-Reach of the Chicago Bar Association has some good email advice for lawyers: turn off autocomplete in the address field of your emails.
With headlines such as “Former bar prez copies top court on email about its ‘ill-conceived and uninformed questions” and “Did Lawyer’s E-Mail Goof Land $1B Settlement on NYT’s Front Page?“, it’s not hard to see why this is a good step to take.
In addition to explaining why you should do this, she also gives steps for how to make the change in Outlook and Gmail.
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