• Members 2 posts
    Sept. 1, 2022, 2:22 p.m.

    I'm completely new to p=p on an iPhone (latest iOS 15.5.x)
    My test environment: 2 extra & special mail accounts for p=p usage only; one is located on iOS, one on Android.
    Installation and my first trials had been successful, even sending & receiving mails to/from p=p on android - with encryption. Perfect & fine !
    --> But I'm not able to send an email with any attachment.
    e.g. 1: there's one email in my p=p inbox with one attachment: an ics file with calendar data.
    forward this mail (ok as far, attachment is still there), to another p=p account (android), ok, mail has been sent. ok.
    But: folder sent: email is there - without attachment.
    e.g. 2: create a new mail, address is the other p=p email account (android);
    but there is no function to add an attachment like picture (could not find it...)

    Thanks for any help !

  • Sept. 5, 2022, 2:50 p.m.

    this is actually "too pretty-easy" and behaves like many other (mail) apps on iOS: Just long-press into the edit-field and then a submenu appears that gives you the option to add attachments. Our iOS devs say, that this is intuitive for iOS users... but you're not the only one that couldnt find it, sorry.

  • Members 2 posts
    Sept. 6, 2022, 9:14 a.m.

    Huh - thank you very much; that was it ! And pEp is really fine.
    Indeed I never thought of that. Yes - I admit: it's not intuitive (for me - maybe because of more than 30 years of windows experience ;-) even the rest of iOS is...