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    accessing iCloud
    Maybe I've missed the memo, but when I look at my iPhone's web addresses, it shows my Gmail account, my Business web mail account, and the iCloud account. Going into the 2 mail accounts, I can see emails I've received, but accessing iCloud nothing happens. Is there some way to see files that iCloud has handlled? Can I access them individually?


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    Maybe if you explained what you mean by "accessing iCloud" ...

    I have only my iCloud account on my iPhone (though I have more than one email account on my computer, I just use my iCloud account on my phone).

    If I open up mail on my iPhone, I am of course by default in my Inbox. If I tap on the Mailboxes button, I can then choose the Sent mailbox, which shows email sent from the iPhone. If I scroll down, I get to a "Sent" folder which accesses the server, and I can see sent emails that were originally sent from other devices.

    Is this different than what you have?

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