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I have a Ipad 32GB, with WiFi.
I can't seem to figure out how to attach file to out going emails.
I use Gmail & IMAP for my office email which uses exchange server.
Is there an way to attach files when send emails out on the Ipad?
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by:rockiroads
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on the pc version there is a hyperlink to attach a file. look for the word attach somewhere (might even be towards the bottom)
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is this the kinda interface u getting?

I did a little checking and is possible in some ways but generally it doesnt look like it works well http://www.everythingicafe.com/forum/iphone/attachments-with-gmail-13158.html

but then reading this http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2362042,00.asp it looks like it can be done, all too confusing lol

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rockiroads:
please you explain in more detail you reply no 1, can not see the place to attach a file
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I said when running gmail on the pc the attach file link is there so I asked you to see if there is some kind of attach link.

Further reading on this (2nd post), it seems attach is not there. You can attach pics but have to use other methods of doing so.
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Partially answered the question
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So was was the answer? It may help others
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