1. Turb02's Avatar
    allows you to download an attachment(.doc, .xls, etc...) from your email AND edit it, without using mobileMe or Google Docs, or any other website, or WiFi?

    Im sure there is but I cannot seem to find it in Cydia or the App Store.

    Please help
    2009-07-08 04:59 PM
  2. iTJ's Avatar
    Check out iFile. It's on Cydia.
    2009-07-08 05:36 PM
  3. Turb02's Avatar
    But can I access my emailed attachments with it?
    2009-07-08 05:38 PM
  4. iTJ's Avatar
    But can I access my emailed attachments with it?
    You'll also need the Safari Download plugin from Cydia. You'll need to open your email via Safari first (it won't work through Mail). Once you have the email opened, tap on the attachment to download it. Once it's downloaded, open iFile and go to /var/mobile/Library/Downloads and you'll be able to view your attachment.
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    2009-07-08 06:28 PM
  5. Turb02's Avatar
    ill try that but it requires me to go to safari, then to my mail, then back to the ifile.

    Im really looking for one app that does this.

    Edit: Tried it and when I click download, it just opens the file. I close out of Safari and go to ifile and there is nothing in that dir...

    Ok, I think I need to be able to view my email (yahoo) in the desktop view but I cant seem to get it to switch from mobile view to desktop. Can someone explain this to me please?

    [email protected]*K!! I tried it in gmail and its doing the same thing when I click download!! WTF is going on here!
    Last edited by Turb02; 2009-07-08 at 10:31 PM.
    2009-07-08 09:50 PM
  6. remf's Avatar
    allows you to download an attachment(.doc, .xls, etc...) from your email AND edit it, without using mobileMe or Google Docs, or any other website, or WiFi?

    Im sure there is but I cannot seem to find it in Cydia or the App Store.

    Please help
    Quickoffice Mobile Office Suite will *supposedly* do this soon.

    From the description in iTunes...

    "Free Updates (releasing soon):..Access iPhone email attachments from any email program - no need to have MS Exchange"
    2009-07-09 07:48 AM
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