- Appointments / Calendar Items are extracted into standard *.ics files (VCALENDAR industry standard) which can be imported into the device calendar
- Enable / disable file browser in preferences
- Launch file browser from within preferences
- Browse extraction directory and subdirectories
- Tap on files tries to open them according to mime type
- Long tap on files opens context menu (open with, rename, send, delete, extract (zip/gzip archives only))
- Extract zip/gzip archives
These attachment names usually occour, when somebody who is using a Microsoft Outlook EMail client sends you an certain RTF (rich text format) email with attachments. MS Outlook then packs these attachments into a TNEF (Transport-Neutral Encapsulation Format) envelope. Other MS Outlook Clients can deal with this format, but, however, most of the other email clients cannot! They will receive instead an attachment with the above mentioned naming and can basically do nothing with it.
While this is a well known (and annoying) circumstance there are already plug-ins for many open email clients such as Mozilla Thunderbird. For Android however there seemed to be nothing (and I have been doing quite some research on it).
So I finally decided to write my own app to deal with TNEF attachments. Luckily there was already an existing Java package which could do the extraction job so that I "only" had to create the Android app around it and do some debugging on the original code. My kudos here go to Amichai Rothman for his Java TNEF package (http://www.freeutils.net/source/jtnef/)!!
I originally created this application for my own purposes but then I thought it is worth while sharing it with the community. It is already bi-lingual (english and localized to german) and should get its job done.
The app itself registers as a handler for *.dat or *.DAT files and for email attachments. When you e.g. try to open a "winmail.dat" attachment from within your Android email client or a "winmail.dat" file with your file browser the app should be launched or you see a chooser box where you can select this app. When you do so you will see an alert box. When you press "Ok" the app will try to extract the contents of "winmail.dat" to a local folder. The default for this folder is "/sdcard/winmail". After it has successfully completed the extraction the app leaves a notification. When you open the the notification it will show you the contents of the target folder in another alert box. You can then use any file manager to browser to the target directory to access the real attachments out of the "winmail.dat" envelope.
If you launch the app directly it will present you a setup screen with some explanation on it and the possibility to specify your own target directory to where the extracted files should go. Furthermore, the check boy allows you to decide whether each attachment / file should be extracted to an own subdirectory.
The only system privileges that the app acquires upon installation are to be able to write to the external storage (sdcard) and to read from Google Mail.
Many companies limit employees’ Microsoft Outlook based inboxes to a limited amount of messages, the remainder is archived in Symantec’s Enterprise Vault. While in their offices, they use an Outlook plugin to restore messages and perform searches across their email vaults.
ARCviewer provides many of the same functions for iPhone and iPad users.
ARCviewer is intended to be used by companies who have a license to Symantec Enterprise Vault.
To access a demonstration account, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org and the username and password will be returned by email.
Direction for Demo:
On Register Screen Click on the Demo Button
Contact CommonDesk for Demo User Account Details
Opens your mailbox on-demand to download attachments. It does not mark new emails as readed. When it founds attachments downloads them to SD card or internal memory according to configuration. It can save also list of email addresses and messages to text files - email export.
It has a file manager included called ndf.
✉ Free version: free download pictures attachment type, please in-app purchase to download other types of attachments, one time fee only. Thanks.
✓ Pro version: all paid features included.
Both versions don't have ads.
Part of this app is open-source: https://github.com/tigo4/android.maven.project.template
bug tracker: http://github.com/tigo4/AXdownloader-track/issues
Keep your data private: your personal data is not stored in the cloud. It is directly synchronized between your device and your desktop computer through a secure connection and never goes through any third-party server.
BirdieSync supports: contact photos, multiple address books and calendars, contact groups and categories, recurring events and alarms, ICS, calDAV, WCAP, Google Calendar types.
Note: this app requires BirdieSync on your PC (19.95 €). You can download a fully-functional version and try it out free for 21 days (only Windows is supported).
Please go to BirdieSync web site for more information:
Please send an email if you experience any issues or have any feature requests.
• Sign up with name and email.
• Send a file to your email, Dropbox etc. with all new entries.
- App „Dit un Dat Stadt Emden“ kostenlos auf das Smartphone laden
- App starten
- Idee oder Beschwerde erfassen
- bei Bedarf Foto und die aktuellen GPS-Positionsdaten hinzufügen
- Meldung absenden -> Fertig!
Reads your mailfeed, and notifies you if there is an unread mail with a newer date. Notification contains number of currently unread mails, the name of the sender, subject and a summary of the mail. Also support Google Apps for Domains.
SimpleGmail uses your inbox by default, but can use any label. You can also read from all unread mail (by using label "unread").
Note: Although the 1 minute interval is workable, it does tend to use a bit much battery. Good thing for testing, but you might want to push it up a bit higher than that :)
If you use multiple accounts you will do multiple requests (bandwidth) and get multiple announcements (CPU), so it will obviously cost more battery.
I'd love some feedback: I've added a quick page a kinda unrelated site (one for another app of mine), but please feel free to comment (or ofcourse rate the app :) )
If you have trouble, you can use the "SimpleGmail Tester" app provided. You will simulate your liveview, so you can check if it might be your username/password or your connection that is bothering you.
PLEASE don't just leave a comment "its broken, fix it" as a review, I'm glad to help, but I need more info. Mail me, or check my site!
Version 0.7 "Open gmail"
* Added 'open in phone' action (opens gmail, sadly not the just-read message).
* Test/debug-application now has an ad. This will NEVER show on your liveview obviously.
Version 0.6 "Multple Accounts"
* By request: support for multiple accounts
* Updated test-activity
Version 0.5: "Apps for domains"
* By request: added Google Apps for Domains support
* Added test-activity. A separate activity in your menu you can use to check if your connection and/or username/password combo are correct.
Version 0.3: "Beta version!"
* Fetches mail feed from gmail.
* shows unread message count and excerpt from latest message
* Notifies 'new' based on date (if you mark an old message as unread, no new notification).
* Select label (advanced feature as you can't reliably test)
After downloading OME Viewer, open the message in your email app, tap the attachment, and choose 'OME Viewer'.
Requirement: Android 4.0+
Office 365 encryption, OME, EHE, encrypted mail, secure mail, Microsoft encryption, email viewer, OME Viewer
HOW: Preview the attachment in the Gmail app.
It also works with Google Drive and K9mail apps.
Browse Folder app not included, but not required.
This CANNOT read your email and is forced to guess the attachment name.
Multiple file support.
View thumbnails of image files.
Create music playlists with the Send Marked feature.
Pack/unpack Zip files.
Jump Points to any file or folder.
Thanks and enjoy!