In this article, we will tell you about all the modes of checking mail in the regular Mail client on the iPhone and iPad, and also recommend which one to choose for daily use.
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In the standard mail client Mail, there are three modes of checking mail: “Sample”, “Push” and “Manually”…
Sometimes it happens that due to our own inattention, or because of someone’s playful pens, and sometimes completely by themselves, certain functions stop working for us. If the standard iOS mail client Mail has stopped automatically receiving mail and you do not know what to do, you must perform the following steps:
one… On iPhone or iPad, open Settings → Mail…
2… Select the menu “Loading data“.
3… For the required mailboxes, specify the schedule “Push“,”Sample” or “Manually“. You will find a description of each mode below.
The “Push” function allows you to automatically push messages from the mail service to the iPhone or iPad as soon as they appear on the server. It should be noted that “Push” is not available for all mail servers. Do not forget about the obvious disadvantage of Push – the function consumes a little more battery. Push is ideal for active users who need to receive emails promptly.
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By specifying the mode “Sample“, You must select the appropriate value:
- Automatically: iPhone or iPad will download letters in the background, provided that the device is connected to a charger and a Wi-Fi network.
- Manually: The data will be downloaded to the device only when the application is launched.
- Hourly, 30 minutes and 15 minutes: The data will be downloaded automatically according to the selected check interval.
It should be noted that the battery will be consumed more economically if you perform the sampling less often.
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Manual check of mail will fall entirely on the user. We opened the application, pulled the work area down and waited for new letters to load. If you rarely receive letters or practically do not use mail, then this is your option.