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How to fix iPhone emails not to be pushed

enero 17, 2020

Many users have expressed various problems with iPhone, and one of them is the one where emails are not pushed. For those who change a lot of emails, especially when it comes to work, this is a serious problem that needs to be resolved as quickly as possible. There are several possible options that you can try. In this article, we will share several solutions.

User complained that emails are not being pushed:

I noticed that my emails are not automatically sent to my email application. I have configured it for every 15 minutes and it is activated

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Ways to fix iPhone emails not to be pushed

how to fix iPhone emails not to be pushed

Solution no.1: check the settings

What you should do here is:

  • Launch the Settings application
  • Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendar
  • Scroll down under the Account section
  • Click on the Retrieve new data button and check if Push is activated.
  • Click on each account
  • Choose and set the schedule to Manual, Retrieve or Push

If you choose Manual, you will have to launch the email client in order to see the new emails. If you select Collect, you will need to select the mail reception schedule, and it can be every 15 minutes, every half hour, or every hour. If you select Push, you will receive each email the same second it arrives on the server.

Solution No.2: Switch to WiFi

Try using WiFi instead of cellular data. First, you need to turn off cellular data. Launch Settings, select Cellular and press Cellular data. Press the button next to the Cellular data section to make its color green. After that, go back to the Settings window and press WiFi. Press the button next to the WiFi section once. Tap a network in the CHOOSE A NETWORK section.

iPhone Wi-Fi activ

Solution no.3: switch to airplane mode

Try switching the airplane mode. For many users, this simple step has solved the problem, and emails will be pushed again. You can access the Airplane Mode function via the Control Center by swiping from the bottom of your iPhone screen. On the Control Center, tap the airplane icon. You can also access it from the settings, press the box next to the airplane mode. Wait a few seconds, then turn it off.

Switch to airplane mode

Solution 4: Restart the messaging application

Sometimes restarting the app can help you fix email not working on iPhone. Press the Home button quickly, twice. You will get an overview of the applications you have used. Swipe left to find the messaging app. Once you find it, drag it and close it. Wait a minute or two and restart the app.

close the app store

Solution no.5: switch the application update to the background

The background application refresh function updates the application in the background each time your iPhone is connected to the Wi-Fi network or cellular data.

  • Go to Settings >> General.
  • Select Refresh application in the background.
  • If this option is deactivated, press the button next to the application's update function in the background. The color becomes green and vice versa.
  • If this function is active, deactivate it. Wait a few seconds, then turn it back on.

Update the App in the background

Solution # 6: email update application

For example, if you're using Gmail, make sure your app is up to date. If not, be sure to update it. In many cases, this will solve the problem.

Solution 7: Delete the email account

Deleting your email account can solve the problem. Go to Settings, choose "Mail, Contacts, Calendar" and tap on the mail application you are using. Under your email account, tap Delete account. Then add your email account to your iPhone again and see if the problem is gone.

Delete email account

Solution 8: Check the notification settings for mail

You can perform these steps if email is now working on your iPhone, but notifications do not appear on the screen. So, you need to open your email application every minute or hour and check incoming emails.

  • Go to Settings >> Notifications.
  • Scroll down and find the Mail section. Tap on it.
  • Select your email application. For example, I use Gmail.
  • Turn on Show in notification center and Show on lock screen.

check notification by mail

Solution No.9: Restart your device

If you have been using your device for days without restarting, it can slow down the phone and cause problems like this. Restart your iPhone and see if the problem is solved.

  • Press and hold the On / Standby button
  • Slide to dye
  • When the device is turned on, press and hold the Sleep / Wake button.

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Solution 10: iOS update

The software update works in many cases. It also works for emails from the iPhone that are not being pushed, as many users report. Follow the steps below:

  • Connect your iPhone to a power source and a Wi-Fi network
  • Go to Settings> General> Software update
  • Tap Download and install.

IOS update

Solution No.11: Reset all parameters

You will restore the iPhone to factory settings and the data you have on your device will not be deleted.

  • Go to settings
  • General press
  • Press Reset
  • Reset all parameters
  • In a contextual window, press Reset all parameters to confirm your action.

reset all settings

Solution No.12: Erase iPhone

This method will not only reset all the settings on your iPhone, but will also delete the content. You must first save the data.

  • Open Settings >> General >> Reset >> Clear all content and settings.
  • Enter your password.
  • Tap "Erase iPhone".

erase iPhone tapes

Solution # 13: restore iPhone

This method will give a new start to your iPhone as it will reset everything on your iPhone. Here are the steps.

  • Make sure you have backed up your data.
  • Make sure your iPhone is fully charged.
  • Make sure your iPhone is connected to a stable Internet connection.
  • Using a clear cable, connect your iPhone to a Mac / PC that has the latest iTunes installed inside.
  • On the Summary tab, click Restore.
  • Let the restoration process complete.

How to fix iPhone not to be pushed

These problems / solutions are found and effective on the iPhone 4, the iPhone 4s, the iPhone 5, the iPhone 5s, the iPhone 5c, the iPhone 6, the iPhone 6 Plus, the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, and iPhone 7 Plus.

If the problem of unsolicited iPhone email persists despite trying all of the above solutions, contact Apple or visit one of their stores.

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