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Old 11-17-2011, 12:13 PM   #7
jswinden
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Originally Posted by sirmaru View Post
You must send one copy of the document to the K3 and another copy to the Fire. Each has a different email address. Sending to one does NOT get it to the other.
No! The Kindle Personal Documents Service is supposed to handle this without emailing a document to each Kindle. Here is the supposed flow:
  1. Email a document to yourself (one time/device only)
  2. Amazon converts document, if necessary, and places it in your Archive (cloud) as well as sends it to one or more of your Kindles. The document is now considered a Personal Document.
  3. From any qualified Kindle, open your Archive and download the Personal Document just as you would a purchased book

That is how it is supposed to work. But I notice that the Fire does not seem to be seeing the Personal Documents in my Archive. Amazon may not have added the Fire to the list of qualified devices yet, though they should have.

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