Email attachments!

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  1. MiAmigoMick

    MiAmigoMick New Member

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    I am looking for an app that will let me look at email attachments. I tried the Adobe Reader, but that doesn't seem to be the right thing. I try opening the attachments and I always get the "Sorry, this type of document is not supported for viewing"
    The email I am using is Gmail.

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    What are are the attachments though? Adobe Reader only helps if they're PDF's.
     
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    I use an app called QuickOffice, it allows viewing and editing of documents created with MS Word, Excell and PowerPoint and viewing of .pdf files. This app comes with a decent user guide, faq and support ticket creation so you can contact the developer.
     
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    MiAmigoMick New Member

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    I'm not sure exactly what kind oof attachments, pictures I think, all I know is the email as the little paper clip symbol with the size of the attachment next to it.
    Quick Office sounds like what I want but I'm looking for something free.
    I'm just looking to avoid have to wait til I get home and get on my computer to look at them. It'd be nice to see it on my phone.

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    It's not a pic or it would load in the gallery. If it's a document (.doc, .exl, ppt ect) DocsToGo has a free version that's pretty good. Be sure it's an actual attachment and not just a part of the email forced into/as an attachment (like parts of a sig or a forwarded message).
     
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    My fault. It is a fowarded document. Like funny little holiday related things stuff I really just wanna look at laugh and then delete.
    I know its kinda dumb it's just kinda aggravating not to see them on the go because I hardly look at emails on my computer, it'll be a week or so after they were sent before I finally see them.

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