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exchange:bulletins:ios-email-attachments [2012/12/24 17:00]
gcervone
exchange:bulletins:ios-email-attachments [2015/07/27 12:10] (current)
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-====== Bulletin ​8: iOS - Emailing Attachments ======+====== Bulletin ​6: iOS - Emailing Attachments ======
 2012-12-24 2012-12-24
  
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 6) An email is created, with the items selected as an attachment. Address the email, add the subject, and message text if you wish, and send it out as any other email. 6) An email is created, with the items selected as an attachment. Address the email, add the subject, and message text if you wish, and send it out as any other email.
  
-===== Attaching Other File Types ===== 
-Since you cannot directly attach files other than photos and videos directly into a message in the Mail app, you must use another app. Most apps that can create and work with documents, such as QuickOffice,​ DocsToGo, Pages, and Numbers, have a way to attach a document created or edited with that app to a new email. Several examples are provided below. In addition, if you have the FileBrowser app, you can attach any file it can reference to an email, even if you do have an app on the device which can open and edit the file. With the exception of FileBrowser,​ these apps all only allow attaching one file at a time, so you will need to send multiple emails to send multiple files. 
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-In all of these cases, you should not start to write your email in the Mail app -- instead wait until the email has been created as described below, then finish writing the email. 
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-Procedures are given below for FileBrowser as well as several of the other apps used at Brockport. 
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-==== QuickOffice ==== 
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-1) Run the Quickoffice app, and navigate to the folder containing the file you wish to email. You do not actually need to open the file in question, as long as you can see it in QuickOffice'​s list of files, 
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-2) Tap and hold on the file's icon until the slot holding it turns light blue and jumps left, then drag it down to the open envelope at the bottom of the screen and drop it there: 
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-{{:​exchange:​bulletins:​quickoffice_email.png?​500}} 
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-3) An email is created, with the document that was dragged as an attachment. Address the email, add the subject, and message text if you wish, and send it out as any other email. 
  
 ==== DocsToGo ==== ==== DocsToGo ====
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 5) An email is created, with the document(s) chosen as attachment(s). Address the email, add the subject, and message text if you wish, and send it out as any other email. 5) An email is created, with the document(s) chosen as attachment(s). Address the email, add the subject, and message text if you wish, and send it out as any other email.
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