Email attachments

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  1. kezp

    kezp iPF Noob

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    How do I attach documents via email on ipad2?
     
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    Somewhat the reverse of what many do using webmail or even a email clients on a PC. Open whatever document, picture, etc. you want to attach and touch the arrow/send icon and choose Email. It will then open a fresh email with the item automatically attached.
     
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    Dennykrane iPF Novice

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    Hi kezp
    If you want to send more than one photo,for instance, you can go to the album, click the box/arrow icon on far right, select the photos you want, click on share, and email.
    Worked this out myself after getting fed up of sending 4photos by 4 emails.
     
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    kezp iPF Noob

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    Thank u :)
     
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    Pargadox iPF Novice

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    the only thing you can send via email is photos and videos through 'share' in the photo you maximize in your albums.

    Sent from my iPad 2 wifi 32gb (jailbreaked) using iPF
     
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    kristick21 iPF Noob

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    I can send anything, including PDF files, and office documents, as long as I have an app that supports the file type. You just have to go into the app and send it instead of going into the mail program.
     
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    Martinbowden iPF Novice

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    Yep you just need a app and you can send what ever ie I use sheethd for spread sheets works fine

    Martin
     

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