Tab 2 10.1 - meeting invites/calendar appointment Where are the attachments?Support


  1. steaminsteve

    steaminsteve New Member

    I have a galaxy tab 2 10.1 using exchange activesync. I often will receive a meeting invite that includes an attachment with an agenda for the upcoming meeting. When I pull up the meeting on the S planner (samsung calendar) I can't see any attachments that were included on it. Does anyone know why this is or if its even possible? Currently i have to use the Citrix Receiver and open Outlook to view the meeting attachments.

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  2. Bosbouer

    Bosbouer Well-Known Member

    When you first open the attachment, an option comes up to save the attachment. It is then saved in the Polaris document folder.
  3. steaminsteve

    steaminsteve New Member

    What I'm saying is, lets say i accepted a meeting this morning in my Outlook. This meeting had an attachment (an agenda for the meeting). When i go to S planner to view my meeting, I cannot see this attached file.
  4. Bosbouer

    Bosbouer Well-Known Member

    As far as I recall, the first application that you use to open an attachment. takes "ownership" and saves the attachment. So in your case it would be MS Outlook. Billy Gates has never been keen to share. You will have to see if there is an option in Exchange Server to sync attachments
  5. Bosbouer

    Bosbouer Well-Known Member

    I ran a trial and made up a meeting invitation that Outlook sent to two e-mail addresses that I have access to.
    The gmail invite had the attachment and and .ics invitation that I could accept or decline
    The attachment can be "previewed" , Viewed and saved. It saves the attachment to the "downloads" folder

    The std mail program on the Tab has the attachment and invite. Opening the attachment gives two options on my tab. On the left is a word icon, that opens the attachment. On the right is a std "save" icon. That also saves the attachment to "downloads" folder

    These invites were opened on the tab first. The attachment also shows up in the outlook account.

    Enjoy the hunt :)
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