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iOS 5 - Sending E-Mail from Your App

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Demonstrates how to access the Mail application and populate it with e-mail addresses, a subject and a message. Uses the MFMailComposeViewController class and the MessageUI framework.
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Frederik Nielsen (4 years ago)
It doesn't work for me. It wont say: mailComposer.mailComposeDelegate=self; -but     mailComposer.messageComposeDelegate=self; -And then, it doesnt work.. What to do..? Does anyone have a .zip with it.. or the source code?
hounddog301 (5 years ago)
You are fantastic!!! Thank You Thank You Thank You
Brian Patterson (5 years ago)
Do you know how you email a picture taken from the app? 
sararat wannajam (5 years ago)
why in simulator i click send  but  in inbox email not have it.
Shawn Frank (5 years ago)
You cannot send an email using simulator. You need to use actual device.
sararat wannajam (5 years ago)
Than alot ^^ you help me
Jim Nanek (6 years ago)
dismiss the keyboard would be helpful
chang simon (6 years ago)
attach file to mail!! will be great!thx!
0nedon (6 years ago)
Thanks great video, keep up the good work. :)
1984ordep (6 years ago)
Please help. Wonderful tutorial but I'm using Xcode 4.5 and everything is different. As a new developer I'm trying to figure out which H and M file i need to add the code to. For example i started a view page application and I'm using the tab base controller. I have a First view controller and a second view controller both have a H and an M file. I have like 9 view controllers in my application. I don't know how to follow ur tutorial please please please just a little advice?
Ales Wodecki (6 years ago)
Very nice and clear tutorial! Thank you for taking your time and making it!

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