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    I emailed myself some files for a program I'm trying to get working. Turns out it downloaded fine, but now I can't seem to find where the files are saved via Filez and it doesn't show via Versamail preferences or options. Can someone help please?
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    Hi XaXiS!

    When I e-mail myself a file, I recieve the e-mail with VersaMail. Then I open e-mail and open the attached file with Docs To Go, from there I can save the file to internal memory or my SD card.

    What types of files did you send yourself?

    Cheers, Perry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry Holden
    Hi XaXiS!

    When I e-mail myself a file, I recieve the e-mail with VersaMail. Then I open e-mail and open the attached file with Docs To Go, from there I can save the file to internal memory or my SD card.

    What types of files did you send yourself?

    Cheers, Perry.
    They are files for a program I'm trying to install. I tried hotsynching first but it didn't like it. Said there were no programs on the tero that would handle them. However, the files are:
    .bin ,.dat .aid. chk and .txt
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    Do the files show as email attachments? If so, can you highlight them and get a menu drop down that includes copy or move to card?

    You may be better off with the card reader route.

    Cheers, Perry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry Holden
    Do the files show as email attachments? If so, can you highlight them and get a menu drop down that includes copy or move to card?
    Nope. They don't do that in Versamail, only try to convert and then it says theres no plugin and asks if I want to view in text mode.

    I can't even seem to find the files via Filez where they are stored etc
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    At the moment, I believe -- they are still email attachements and FileZ cannot see them.
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    So you don't think what I'm trying to do will work?
    Heck I'm trying to save this stuff to the SD card and in Versamail it doesn't even give me that option as of yet.

    Shows the files listed, but thats about it.

    Guess I'll have to get a card reader then.
    Blah, all these purchases for this one device..
    I guess it'll be worth it
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    Where does it show the files listed? Within the email as attachemnts?

    I'm lost, I have never done this. All my file sends have been Word or Excel documents, which you can open or save.

    Either you need to get that program's plugin that allows the Palm OS to recognize these files or get a card reader. Use Filez to create the desired directory on the SD card and then place the SD card in a reader attached to your PC and move these files to that directory. Place the card back in the Treo, find them with Filez and then see if the program can find them.

    Good Luck.

    Cheers, Perry.
    Last edited by gtwo; 12/06/2005 at 01:14 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry Holden
    Where does it show the files listed? Wihin the email as attachemnts?
    Yup

    Right at the bottom of the email ,essage.
    Shows them in yellow, and what the filenames are and how big they are
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    See my edit of #8

    Good Luck.
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    Since Bill Gamble suggested this method of transfer (via email) maybe you could private message him and tell him of this road block. . . . .

    (Click on his name above the potato in any thread . . . you will get a drop down option list. . . . one is Private message . . . . click on it and go. . .
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    Hey, don't look at me. I don't have Versamail - I use Snappermail and can open any type of attachment to any folder on my SD card - I didn't realize Versamail was limited in this regard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble
    Hey, don't look at me. I don't have Versamail - I use Snappermail and can open any type of attachment to any folder on my SD card - I didn't realize Versamail was limited in this regard.
    is snappermail freeware?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry Holden
    Hey, we just increased Bill's knowledge base. I'm gonna mark this date down on my calendar!
    LOL
    By the way thanks for the help you two I really appreciate it, sorry if I'm coming off as annoying or a newbie and all (Well I am a newbie lol)
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    Quote Originally Posted by XaXiS
    is snappermail freeware?
    http://www.snappermail.com/wireless/email/

    free trial . . . . .

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