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Where do I find your answer?
To send email with a PDF attachment,
- Open a PDF document.
- Tap the Share icon in the bottom toolbar.
- Select Share File from the popover.
- Select "Share Original Document" or "Share Flattened Copy".
- Tap Mail.
- Type email address(es).
- Tap Send.
Does it work for you? If not, please let us know which step you have a problem with.
Yes, I've been doing just that for two years, but suddenly I can't. When I
tap send, it disappears but silently, instead of giving the signal and
instead of actually sending it. What do I need to do to re-establish this?
I can still email from gmail with no problem.
Are you using the Gmail app on your iPad?
Or is it a Gmail account added to Apple's Mail app?
It is difficult to diagnose the problem without inspecting your iPad. But I suspect that your Mail app may not be configured correctly.
- Tap Settings in Home screen.
- Tap "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" in the left pane of the Settings screen.
Do you have any accounts listed in the right pane? You may also want to remove the existing account and add the same one back.
Here are several other things that you can try.
- Tap Mail in the Home screen to launch it and see if you can send email from the Mail app
- Launch iBooks on your iPad and try sending a PDF document from iBooks
Please let us know what you find. Thank you.
Not sure what I did, but I got it working again. I could not remove any of
the existing mail accounts, but after I successfully mailed from iBooks,
tested Mail (which uses Gmail), I opened and successfully used Adobe
Reader. Somehow the process put everything back on the right track.
Thanks for your help. Saved me a ton of time.