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Fix iPhone email not syncing on iCloud

Struggling with iPhone email not syncing on iCloud? Let’s explore some solutions.

Check Network and Notification Settings

Check Network and Notification Settings: Make sure your iPhone is connected to a stable Wi-Fi network or cellular data. Go to “Settings” > “Wi-Fi” or “Cellular” to ensure a strong connection. Additionally, check your notification settings for the Mail app.

Go to “Settings” > “Notifications” > “Mail” and make sure notifications are enabled. If you are using multiple email accounts, ensure that the correct account is selected for syncing. Go to “Settings” > “Mail” > “Accounts” to check this. Restart your iPhone after making these changes and see if your email starts syncing properly.

If the issue persists, consider deleting and re-adding the email account on your iPhone.

Enable Fetch New Data and Background App Refresh

Step Instructions
1 Go to Settings on your iPhone
2 Scroll down and tap on “Mail”
3 Tap on “Accounts”
4 Select your iCloud email account
5 Toggle on “Fetch New Data”
6 Make sure “Push” is turned on
7 Turn on “Background App Refresh” for Mail

Updating and Resyncing Your Settings

To update and resync your settings on iCloud, follow these steps. First, open the Settings app on your iPhone. Then, scroll down and tap on Mail. Next, select Accounts and choose your iCloud account. Tap on Account again and then Advanced. Here, you can toggle on Mail to ensure it is syncing properly.

If your email is still not syncing, try removing and re-adding your iCloud account. To do this, go to Settings, then Mail, Accounts, and select your iCloud account. Tap on Delete Account and then Add Account to re-enter your information.

Lastly, ensure your internet connection is stable and that your email settings are correct.

Retrieving Lost or Deleted Documents

To retrieve lost or deleted documents on iCloud, you can try checking the “Recently Deleted” folder in your iCloud account. This folder holds onto deleted files for a limited time before they are permanently removed. If you cannot find the documents there, you may need to restore them from a backup. This can be done by accessing your iCloud settings and selecting the option to restore from a previous backup. Make sure to choose the most recent backup that contains the missing documents. Additionally, if you have synced your iPhone with another device or email account, check those sources for the lost documents as well.


Why are my emails not syncing with my iPhone?

Your emails may not be syncing with your iPhone due to email update settings. To resolve this, go to Settings > Mail > Accounts > Fetch New Data and make sure the Push button is toggled on. Note that using Push may drain your battery faster.

Why are my emails not syncing?

Your emails may not be syncing because the email sync settings may be turned off. Check the settings in your email application, such as Gmail, to ensure automatic email sync is enabled. Additionally, make sure to check the sync settings on your Android device.

Why are my emails not coming through my iPhone?

Your emails may not be coming through your iPhone because the Mail setting may not be turned on in your device’s settings. To fix this, go to Settings, tap on your name, then iCloud, and turn on Mail. Additionally, ensure that new data is being pushed to your device automatically by going to Settings > Mail > Accounts > Fetch New Data and turning on Push.

Why is my Apple Mail not syncing correctly?

Your Apple Mail may not be syncing correctly due to server or internet connection issues, your account being offline or disabled, firewall restrictions, or blocked senders/filters affecting mail activity.

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