Work Email (Included Moxier Mail) and attachmentsSupport


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  1. ramiss

    ramiss Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am using the included Moxier Mail with an Exchange 2007 Activesync setup. Is anyone else using this and can you confirm that you are able to open attachments? Every single attachment I try and open gives me the following error (all common file types):

    Select an action
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    No applications can perform
    this action.

    I contacted the developmers of Moxier Mail and they claim it is an issue with the OS setup and not their product.

    thanks for any input.

    Richard
     

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  2. chibucks

    chibucks Well-Known Member

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    i opened up a wav file (voicemail) today from moxier mail.
     
  3. ramiss

    ramiss Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hmm. Thanks for the response. Can you confirm that your account is setup as a push account on an Exchange server?

    thx!
     
  4. BenHoltz

    BenHoltz Well-Known Member

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    Using push on an exchange server, no problems here.
     
  5. chibucks

    chibucks Well-Known Member

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    +1
     
  6. gblinckmann

    gblinckmann Well-Known Member

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    No problems with push for me, either. Works great.
     
  7. Johnny Cakes

    Johnny Cakes Well-Known Member

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    I also have push email using an Exchange Server.

    I found the built-in PDF reader to be pretty crappy. I installed the most famous PDF App in the Market, but it could not handle the PDF files created by a Xerox Workstation. The developer, who was very responsive, said that his program could not handle the JBIG/J2000 file compression used by Xerox. He was really nice so I don't want to name his program -- he says he may support that compression method soon.

    Long story short, the Beam PDF reader from the market did the trick and works flawlessly.

    Bottom line: there are different compression methods for PDF files and you may want to try a different PDF reader to see if that fixes your situation.
     
  8. dth4310

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    Works fine here, but as already stated, need to have an app to open the specific file type you're looking at. This isn't WinMo - hardly anything works out of the box ;)

    If you don't need to modify office documents on your phone, but want to look at spreadsheets/word..."documents to go" app offers a perfectly functional free reader.
     

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