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Dissecting a URL

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I could REALLY use some help understanding this URL from Chrome Cache!


Specifically, I am trying to figure out the significance of "[email protected]" within the URL.

Initially, I thought that JaneDoe was the epicenter of everything, and had:
That she

1) performed the mobile Google Search for dps report card dates

2) saved the results in her personal U drive at work (denum.org)

3) shared the file with the chrome user (who opened the file which created the link in cache)

After a little more thought; it looks like the file location is a folder in the chrome user's gmail account, and I don't know if the URL indicates who performed the mobile search or what JaneDoe has to do with any of it.

It probably seems very trivial, but it is very important that I understand it correctly.

Help, anyone?
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You should only have one topic on a particular issue at a time.


Your query has been answered here.

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