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joeg679

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#1
Earlier I e-mailed myself a .pdf file to my AOL account and I could view it perfectly. Since then, I changed my AOL account from an IMAP to a POP account. I tested another e-mail and it says that the message wasn't downloaded from the server. Any ideas? Thanks
 

alb0zf1n3st

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Jul 2, 2007
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#2
If it says message wasn't downloaded try to redownload it sometimes depending on how your connection is the files will download or just stop when the service is bad
 

joeg679

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#3
It also says that the meaasge contains no content. It doesn't give me the option to re-download it, it just says that it wasn't downloaded from the server.
 

alb0zf1n3st

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#4
re-download and if you cant try getting on wifi or a different area because this happened to me when I was sending myself some high quality pictures
 

joeg679

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Jul 18, 2007
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#5
I sent an e-mail from my outlook account to the same account with an attachement and it worked, so I think the problem has to do with AOL. Is there a way to set AOL on my computer to be a pop account like I did on the iPhone?
 

evolution83

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Mar 2, 2009
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#7
Is there any program or small settings file I can download that will allow me to add attachments when sending an e-mail, such as a picture? I hate that if I wanted to send a pic, I have to do so from photos but can only send one at a time.

I know the 3.0 software will correct this, but was wondering if there was anything out there currently?
 

evolution83

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#9
Go to the photo album then hit the lower left Icon and pick send photo.
I know this already as I already stated it:

evolution83 said:
I hate that if I wanted to send a pic, I have to do so from photos but can only send one at a time.
What I want to know is if there's a way I can add attachments while already in the e-mail app and send more than one pic/attachment at a time, rather than manually going into the photos app.
 

ZR_Yancy

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Jul 11, 2008
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#10
There's an app in the Appstore called Multi-Photo Email. It will allow you to send multiple photos in one email. I'm sure there are other apps that allow this but it's the only one I can recall right now.