There's no distinction between new/old, unread or read. It's just a buffer. It will fetch the next XX emails new and old, in the order that they were received.Thats not the fetch new E-Mail thats only how many E-Mails do you want the phone to fetch that are OLD in your mail box
Right, but what he means is, it doesn't show them by default. I have older messages in my inbox, and they don't show in my iPhone Gmail inbox. And that's fine with me, 'cause I only wanna use my iPhone to reply to email, when I can't get to a computer. Like when I'm at my office, and they have Gmail blocked. sighThere's no distinction between new/old, unread or read. It's just a buffer. It will fetch the next XX emails new and old, in the order that they were received.
Where XX is the buffer size that you set in Show.
Hi!Anyone have an idea why it says I have over 2 billion unread messages?
Maybe if you run your own ISP it shoes up as a lower number? Probably just a bug that they'll clean up in a future update.That's kinda what I thought too...now I wonder why is it showing up on an individual acct?
I see what you mean. I encountered it after having completely emptied an inbox. But I deleted the emails from other than the iPhone. The iPhone buffer seemed to be set to however many emails were in the inbox just prior to complete deletion.i went to my yahoo email directly online...got rid of everything out of all email boxes except for a few new email messages.