New iPhone 4S- Having Difficulty

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  1. deacon123

    deacon123 New Member

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    Hi everyone! I just upgraded to the new iPhone 4S. I have encountered a few problems and am hoping I can find some answers here.
    1. My email- There are very few emails showing in both of my email accounts. I HAD several but once I had deleted most of them, others did not load. When I scroll to the bottom there is nothing there asking if I would like to load the next 25 etc. Any suggestions?
    2. My clock app disappeared! Out of nowhere!
    3. How do I set it so that I do not have to manually go the mail app to see if new emails have come in.
    Thank you very much,
    Ada
     
  2. verwon

    verwon Evangelist
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    There's an email setting for how far back you want it to load emails, so you'll probably need to adjust that.

    As to push email, it depends on what service you use. Some don't support it and others, such as gmail, need to be setup as exchange accounts.
     
  3. verwon

    verwon Evangelist
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    And the clock app is usually in the utilities folder.
     
  4. Rugaby

    Rugaby Genius
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    Go to settings
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    Go to your mail settings
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    You can click on this an make it look every thirty minutes or push them to your device.
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    This will determine how many messages are shown. Click on 100 see if your old ones load then go back to 50 if you want.
    If this doesn't work deleting the account in the mail settings and reloading it sometimes fixes these problems.
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    With ios5 and 5.1 I have noticed emails don't get pushed as well as they used to.
    I leave my mail app running in the background. I never delete it out of the task manager and this seems to help.
     

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