I have my ipad set to PUSH emails from my exchange account at work. When I recieve an email into my inbox everything works fine I get the email notification sound and a number 1 appears next to the mail icon on the home screen.However in Outlook I have several folders set up which mail will go directly too instead of into my inbox to keep things nice and tidy. So say if I recieve an email from Fred Bloggs it goes directly into my Fred Bloggs folder instead of into the inbox.My Ipad recognises I have recieved a new email by making the notification sound HOWEVER a number does not appear next to the mail icon on the Home screen. Is there any way of making the mail icon on the home screen display the number of new emails in folders as well as the inbox or does it just monitor the inbox
Email Inbox - Received Messages Disappear When Opened
Jul 6, 2011
I am able to send and receive emails on my new IPad with a yahoo account. The problem is that the received mail messages just disappear as soon as I open them. They don't go into trash. The sent ones stay in the sent box. How to keep my received messages?
Cannot See Inbox - Incoming Messages Do Not Appear ?
Jul 12, 2010
I am traveling with my iPad (and without my Mac ); I sent an email, then opened the Sent folder to see if it went out. Now I cannot get my inbox opened. When I open mail, the column is labeled "send". I have tried highlighting the inbox, but my incoming messages do not appear. I still see the list of sent messages. What can I do?
Hopefully my title was not too confusing but heres my problem. I used the the microsoft exchange option to load my gmail account on my ipad like i did with my iphone so i can get the push notification. I have the settings set to no limit for the "mails day to sync" option. And the only folder i have set to push is my inbox. As for general mail settings i have it set to last 50 messages. Is there any reason why my old messages on my inbox are not showing up in my inbox? Of course the new messages i read and get on there show up and stay on there even after i read them but anything prior to that is not showing up.
After updating my ipad2 to iOS 5.1.1 I cannot view messages from the mail icon. It shows 25 new messages, so I know it's receiving the messages but when the app opens there are no new or old messages in the inbox, and the only enabled function is to compose new mail.
On 2 occasions, I have somehow deleted all messages in my inbox from my iPad. Once that happens, they do not seem to go to trash or my deleted folder. I cannot locate them on my iMac either. I have tried settings to make sure it asks before deleting, but that does not work. Can anyone suggest
Anyone know of an easy way to delete a lot of messages from your inbox easily. The edit option is too cumbersome for deleting a lot of emails - like over 150. Also anyone know how to mark email as junk? That's the reason I have so much stuff to delete. If not, Apple needs to update their mail app to allow you to mark mail as junk and to delete your entire inbox if desired.
A staff person was preparing to travel and prior to switching the Ipad to airplane mode, the staffer composed a message and saved it . Then the staffer clicked the edit button, selected a few messages to delete. Once the staffer landed, the staff person turned on the wireless and sent the saved message and then reviewed the selected deleted messages and deleted them. The staff person noticed that it was taking an extremely long time to complete the process. Once the process was completed, the ipad somehow managed to deleted all the messages in the inbox instead of the selected messages. Is there a process that triggers a mass delete?
I setup my office imap account on my iPad's mail and have approximately 100 sub folders that I can expand or contract on my PC in my Outlook inbox that are now appearing on my iPad's screen. I cannot contract those sub folders on ther iPad and I only want to see what is in the main inbox. Is there a way to hide these sub folders? All I want to see on the screen of my iPad is the main inbox, sent items, outbox and deleted items.