mail question...

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  1. Nick

    Nick New Member

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    is it possible for you to save images and pictures sent to you in the mail app?
    i tried looking and couldn't find anything. Thanx

    (ps: this first post from my ipod

    Please Register or Log in to view images

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  2. Wesche

    Wesche New Member

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    I think you can.... if it was taken by screen shot spp then you can...... but idk any other kind of phtos.... and grats on your new ipod
  3. szurinaga

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    Well the mail app doesnt work for me, but if it could work, then this is the only conceivable way i would do it. You would also have to download Mobile Finder. And create a destination folder where you would want all of your "images and pictures" sent from your emails. Then next time you would try to save an attachment, there would be a screen that leads you to mobile finder at it will ask you where you want to save those attachments. you click the folder you created a while ago and viola, you just saved an attachment.


    THIS PROBABLY DOESNT WORK AT ALL SO DONT FLAME ME
  4. veryniceipod

    veryniceipod Retired Moderator

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    I don't think you can save your attachments locally to the iPod. Mail leaves the attachments on the server and reads them from there.
  5. Nick

    Nick New Member

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    k, Thanx though.. Maybe in the not too distant future there will be a way.
  6. DerekVOF

    DerekVOF Active Member

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    Actually, if you open attachments, Mail will download them and cache them locally. For example, you can send yourself a PDF, open it, close it, disconnect from Wi-Fi, and still open it...
  7. kiko

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    total commander

    Is possible to install iphone apps with total commander..??
  8. szurinaga

    szurinaga New Member

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    completely off topic, go start your own thread
  9. Undertaker

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    BUT??

    hello there... but what IF i want to clear the mail "cache" so this files wont be store anymore on the ipod???

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