1. dbarrett5381's Avatar
    I am looking for an app that will allow me to email attached documents from my iphone. I bought air sharing but it doesn't have that capability. Does anyone know of an app that does?
    2008-12-10 09:11 PM
  2. cpjr's Avatar
    Check out iDisk or Mobile Disk....not sure if they can email out, but check em.
    2008-12-10 09:13 PM
  3. Spamdumpster's Avatar
    You can email files using MobileFinder.
    2008-12-10 09:14 PM
  4. dbarrett5381's Avatar
    Check out iDisk or Mobile Disk....not sure if they can email out, but check em.
    Thanks, I couldn't find idisk, but I did find mobile disk and it will email out files but you have to have a mobile me account, which I don't have. Any other ideas?
    2008-12-10 09:18 PM
  5. jakecigar's Avatar
    how 'bout using good old mail to forward a mail message that has the word doc in it!
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    2008-12-11 02:14 AM
  6. blazingangel1986's Avatar
    Check out iDisk or Mobile Disk....not sure if they can email out, but check em.
    i think they can
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    2008-12-11 04:00 AM
  7. cricketlang's Avatar
    mobilefinder doesnt work for me. i think the forward function here has got to be the smartest idea. if your just wanting to send it to people...send it to your phone and then you can forward it to whoever you want. there is the mailto: attachment thing in cydia but thats just a pain in the butt. just go with the forwarding option
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    2008-12-11 04:54 AM
  8. Poseidon79's Avatar
    Mobilefinder doesn't work for me either... when I try to attach a file it opens up email... but no file attachment. In the Mailto description Saurik says something about "seatbelt profiles" where apps such as MobileMail (the native mail app) cannot read from /private/var/mobile/media and you can't bypass this. So what's the solution to email files from this folder?
    2008-12-30 05:20 PM
  9. ripped53's Avatar
    Mobilefinder doesn't work for me either... when I try to attach a file it opens up email... but no file attachment. In the Mailto description Saurik says something about "seatbelt profiles" where apps such as MobileMail (the native mail app) cannot read from /private/var/mobile/media and you can't bypass this. So what's the solution to email files from this folder?
    One of the great downfalls of having the coolest, possibly most technically advanced phone out today....no file/folder email capability,no included MMS, video, or copy and paste feature....
    2008-12-30 11:50 PM
  10. ajl917's Avatar
    Mobilefinder doesn't work for me either... when I try to attach a file it opens up email... but no file attachment. In the Mailto description Saurik says something about "seatbelt profiles" where apps such as MobileMail (the native mail app) cannot read from /private/var/mobile/media and you can't bypass this. So what's the solution to email files from this folder?
    Yeah I tried to figure that out myself a week or so ago. After using Cycorder, I just wanted to email it to my computer instead of SSH, but it didnt work no matter what I tried...
    2009-01-02 09:30 PM
  11. Poseidon79's Avatar
    Ok... figured out the work around! You have to use MobileFinder to copy the file to the ROOT partition and then you can email the file Worked great with a cycorder video.
    2009-01-02 09:39 PM
  12. ajl917's Avatar
    Ok... figured out the work around! You have to use MobileFinder to copy the file to the ROOT partition and then you can email the file Worked great with a cycorder video.
    Good catch there. Works great!
    2009-01-03 07:31 AM
  13. imdadullah's Avatar
    Ok... figured out the work around! You have to use MobileFinder to copy the file to the ROOT partition and then you can email the file Worked great with a cycorder video.
    whats the ROOT partition? Can someone explain how to move it to ROOT?
    2009-05-21 10:15 PM
  14. ajl917's Avatar
    whats the ROOT partition? Can someone explain how to move it to ROOT?
    If you are in SSH, its /. Its backing all the way out of every folder to the start pretty much. If you need further explanation, check the Guides section for the SSH guide, it will explain it better...
    2009-05-24 02:38 PM
  15. LightRoom's Avatar
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    2010-04-17 07:27 PM
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