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How do I open an attachment like rental application that the owner emailed me, open it, fill it out, and send it back to the person’s email. How do I do all that?
This really depends what sort of file it is, but generally:Save a local copy of the file from the email, using the ‘save as’ command.Open the local copy in an editor. For PDF files most PDF readers have a limited ability to add text, such as using the ‘form fill’ commands. For other document types, you can normally just click on them and edit it. If it’s an image, I’d suggest as it’s free and you can add txt to images.One done, save the document and close it.Reply to the email, click add attachment and attach the saved document, then hit send.
How can I pre-fill the email address of the user on an Android app when they are signing up?
There are several methods. Let me name one here.Using the AccountManagerPattern emailPattern = Patterns.EMAIL_ADDRESS, // API level 8+Account[] accounts = AccountManager.get(context).getAccounts(), for (Account account : accounts) {     if (emailPattern.matcher( {         String possibleEmail =,         ...     } }The other methods are listed here at How to get the Android device's primary e-mail address
How do I open/save zip file email attachments on an Android KitKat 4.4.4 device?
Download it, and open it using some app like : ZArchiver
Can you attach a zip file to an email on the iPad or on one of the Android tablets?
In short: Yes.At length:As Daniel Morgan mentioned, iOS requires this kind of support to be built into individual apps. You will need to use an app (like GoodReader: that supports sending emails with zip attachments. This functionality is not provided by the default Mail application included with iOS. If you compose an email using Mail, there isn't an option for attachments. To send a photos, for example, you need to open the Photos app, tap the "action" button, select your photos, and then tap the "email" button.If you're interested as to why this is the case, then the best answer can probably be derived from a Steve Jobs quote at WWDC 2011:We’ve been working for 10 years to get rid of the file system.(for more context: a user's perspective, the iPad doesn't even have a file system. So you can't go find a zip file, tap it, and send it to someone - unless you have an app specifically built with that functionality included.Surprisingly, Android isn't very much different from iOS in this regard. Your typical off-the-shelf Android device (eg, Droid Incredible) does not include a file browser. Like iOS, you can install 3rd-party solutions to fix this. One popular such app for Android is ASTRO (