I’m using the per default Mail App from /e/ and I wanted to print an e-mail. But I can’t find “Print” anywhere in the Mail app’s menu, no matter where I look for. However, printing a picture from the Gallery works without any problem. For the moment I’ve only tried with the Default Printing Service where I added my printer by wifi-direct.
Thanks for your help
I haven’t got my device connected to my printer by wifi here, but I should imagine that if the Default Printing Service shows up, then try using the Reply arrow at the head of the email page. I managed to send it via Syncthing to my computer, so if you use the “Share” choice when you click on the reply icon probably your wifi printer should show up there. BTW, select all of your email first and choose “copy” so that the share function will have something to send. Hope this works for you.
Thanks 100x @Grendel! Actually, the “share” function is the one that I had been looking for crazily, too, because I thought the printing option could be there. But I had no idea that it is “hidden” behind the reply-icon (double arrow). Well, now I’m halfway saved. Unfortunately there’s nothing about wi-fi-connection or printing service in the “share”-submenu (although wi-fi etc. activated) but there’s Bluetooth at least. I’ll try that one and also by downloading a specific printer app or plugin. I’m optimistic that then it will work.
BTW: As far as I understand the “copy” button has nothing to do with this one. It’s just to copy the selected text to the clipboard so you can paste it somewhere. But if you use any other share option, there’s no need to choose the “copy” button or even to select the text…