ask : fetching attachment di email

by eric symitra dayan » Wed, 21 Apr 2010 14:19:40 GMT

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 ask : nich...
kenapa kalo fecthing attachment...kok gagal yach
ada syarat2nya nggak...kayak jaringa harus strong or it


ask : fetching attachment di email

by Rizki Muhammad » Wed, 21 Apr 2010 15:10:46 GMT

 Lha,ini dia...saya juga ngalamin masalah yang sama,tapi kalo pas preview
aja, kalo di download cepet banget. Ada yg lain yang ngalamin?

ask : nich...
kenapa kalo fecthing attachment...kok gagal yach
ada syarat2nya nggak...kayak jaringa harus strong or it



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by dantez » Wed, 21 Apr 2010 15:43:30 GMT

 y d download aja lgs....coba cari di pasar malam, ada aplikasi
blackmoon...buat download smua jenis attachment itu

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