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    bagged00 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    hey guys gotta question. i use hotmail.com as my email. i just go to the website and sign in. so when i get attachments i can click details but i cant download them? is there anyway to do this or not?
     

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    gtpdjw Well-Known Member

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    do you have hotmail setup on the phone or are you use the browser to go to your email?
     
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    bagged00 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    browser. can you set up hotmail on phone? i thought the first time i tried to when i got the phone it said something was wrong or something like that so i jsut didnt set it up. if i can how would i go about doing it.
     
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    Yosef Well-Known Member

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    In order to download in the browser, you need to install a file manager like Astro. There's a setting in Astro under "Helper Apps" called "Enable Browser Download." Once it is enabled, you can download files from the browser. I don't know of any other way to enable downloads from the browser. Good luck! :D
     
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    bagged00 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    thanks for ya help yosef, I did what u said and for some odd reason its not letting me open up the attachments. I tried to open up files and photos and it wont let me open either one.when I hit details it shows the attachments in words but not links to click.any help is appreciated
    thanks guys
     
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    gtpdjw Well-Known Member

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    Ok open your browser to your email then tap menu>more>settings> ok go to load images check it and then try it again
     
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    bagged00 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    nope stil nothing this does not work on dolphin or the stock browser and display images was already checked in the stock browser hm hope I can make it work I get attachments all the time so i need this
     
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    ok walk me through what you are doing from opening the browser to getting the file that you are downloading and opening it
     
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    bagged00 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    open dolphin go to email.go to email with attachment file and photo in hit details.it shows the attachments as they were typed on and not a link to click on.on stock browser same thing but go to settings maker sure show downloads is enabled it is and it does same way dolphin browser does. all this is being done with adjusting the settings in astro viewer changed to
     
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    bagged00 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    well after reserching doesnt seem like its a problem with android software but with msn.mobile. seems this is a pretty common problem. so i guess i just wont be looking at attachments in my email on my phone....***
     
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    Try this instead of tapping the detail long press on the attachment or pic to see if a tab pops up scroll down that tap to see if there is an option to download
     
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    bagged00 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    nothing...like i said i think this problem is in msn.mobile not the phone. shit sucks.
     
  13. gtpdjw

    gtpdjw Well-Known Member

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    Do you have gmail if so send your yourself a pic and see if you can download it just to make sure it's msn
     
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    bagged00 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    yeap its hotmail...i appreciate your help..guess ima just start getting everything sent to my gmail acct and drop my hotmail one.
    thanks again
    ryan
     
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    gtpdjw Well-Known Member

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    no problem glad I could help
     
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    erisuser1 Well-Known Member

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    I have two hotmail accounts on my phone, and you can download files attached to emails from them just fine.

    The difference is that I am not using the web browser interface - I am using the (HTC) "Mail" app directly, configured to pull/send mail from/to Hotmail.

    Steps.

    1) Mail -> Menu -> More -> New account -> Other (POP3/IMAP)
    2) enter your e-mail address, ex: joeuser@hotmail.com
    3) enter your password (easier if you tap the "Show password" button)
    4) Click "Manual setup"

    Incoming settings
    Protocol: POP
    Email address: joeuser@hotmail.com
    Username: joeuser@hotmail.com
    Password: (should already be here, enter it if not)
    POP Server: pop3.live.com
    Security Type: SSL
    Server port: 995

    Click Next (setup will check your login w/ the pop3.live.com machine)

    Outgoing server settings
    x Login required (select this)
    Username: joeuser@hotmail.com
    Password: (enter same value as Incoming settings above)
    SMTP Server: smtp.live.com
    Security Type: TLS
    Server port: 25

    Click Next/Finish


    HTH

    eu1
     

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