I like to add some small binary files as attachments. It could be private keys or encryption certificates or any other file types. Currently I have to hack mSecure and add .jpg extension to my files to be able to store it in mSecure but this way I don't know which file is 'cause there is no file name.
I should be able to save this files to my file system.
Agree - this was one of the first feature requests on this forum - at the time we were told that pdfs would come first and then other file types would be considered. Perhaps, given the time it has taken to get pdf attachments implemented, we could just move forward to allowing all file types.
Andy, I agree. However, from this feature request, it seems the main thing, from this request that hasn't already been brought up, is to have file names available for attachments. Would be a good option? Mike, can I change your feature request to that since we already have feature requests for PDF attachments (coming in the next big update) and for allowing any kind of attachments?
I think he issue is broader than just adding a file name. Once different file types are permitted I'd want the option of downloading the file to my computer.
In the example from the OP - it would be very useful to store key files for use in encrypted web site access - but this would only work if those files could be exported.
As far as I can see with the existing set up the image files can only be accessed via a built-in mSecure image viewer (on Windows).
Namaste! To clarify, I need to:
You can currently export the images on iOS and Windows. On Windows, you can open an image in your default images app and save the image that way. In the future, with more file options available, we would certainly have to also provide easier or quicker ways to export attachments as well though.
Interesting - it looks as though you write to a temp directory for access by the default jpeg viewer and the temp file self destructs after 30 seconds.
I'd rather have more control of the process and just have the option of exporting to a location of my choice.
All attachments are encrypted. Because of that, all attachments must be decrypted before they can be viewed or opened with anything else. Also, I understand wanting more control or options to save/export attachments as well.