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Some users have problems with push to receive emails

pushmail Some users have problems with push to receive emails

Your iPhone is capable of retrieving email messages (called emails) every X minutes depending on the settings in the message recovery settings. (Settings> Mail, Contacts, Calendar> New data). A number of users have encountered problems with this widely used function, which is present in iOS 5 with iCloud.

A solution was considered by a reader of the Razorianfly.com site:

Diagnostic

  1. Close all applications in the background
  2. Restart your device (which normally runs on iOS 5)
  3. Send an email from another email client
  4. Wait for the push which indicates having received the mail (red dot on the mail icon)
  5. Open Mail.app then quit Mail.app
  6. Resend an email again from another email client
  7. Wait for the push which indicates having received the mail (red dot on the mail icon)
  8. Result: it works when Mail.app is open in the background
  9. Kill Mail.app for multitasking (close the application completely)
  10. Resend an email again from another email client
  11. Wait for the push which indicates having received the mail (red dot on the mail icon)
  12. Result: it doesn’t work when Mail.app is not open in the background

Solution

  1. Go to iCloud.com
  2. Create a new @ me.com account different from the old one
  3. On your iPhone, configure the new account in the iCloud settings
  4. Only activate email synchronization
  5. Result: the push for emails works perfectly

If you have any problems, let us know if they have been resolved with this tip.

via Razorianfly

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