Receiving and reading email


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Receiving and reading email

Now, let's talk about how the iPhone and iPod touch check for new email and what you can do with the emails you receive. Depending on the type of email account you have, either your messages show up on your iPhone or iPod as soon as they arrive on your email server, or your device is set to check for new messages at set durations of time. Email systems such as Microsoft Exchange, Yahoo Mail, Gmail, and iCloud are what is known as push email. Instead of waiting for your phone to check if new messages are on the server, the server pushes the new message to your phone, so they show up almost immediately after the person sending the email hits the Send key on his or her computer, barring of course any network traffic that may be clogging things up.

Now this does depend on how you have certain options set. Let's look in Settings>Mail, Contacts, Calendars. And in here, I'll tap Fetch New Data. And here's where you find the on/off switch for Push. If you don't have any ...

Receiving and reading email
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Receiving and reading email provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iPhone and iPod touch iOS 6 Essential Training

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