Once everything is done, just quit the Settings app from app switcher and open the Mail app on your iPhone to check the inbox, which should be working properly now. I didn't change any configuration. I've power cycled the device, which didn't help. We have found that these few simple steps of removing an email account, then re-installing it, often puts things right. I will be happy to assist you with this matter. I don't know if Comcast made a recent fix, but on my Win10 computer, trying to ping imap.
Among the iCloud settings change your password. Then, all of a sudden, it works fine again. It doesn't respond to pings, but it at least resolves to something. The next solution is a lot more straightforward. Does anyone know how to fix this? It surprises me also that one else has reported experiencing similar problems. They said I could always go direct to their server on the Internet to send mail — true, but a tedious long way round the problem.
Do you want to connect to the server anyway? At least Google still can handle email. Now go through the process of adding your email account whether it is a Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo … or whatever , entering your username and password, and setting up the account again. You can also shut down the Wi-fi connection and restart it. I filled out the unlock form and deleted the gmail account, and now it won't complete the process of re-adding it. Email address - correct Password - correct Incoming server, imap server - mail. Verify that you have entered the correct account info in Mail Settings.
Would you like to continue anyway? Open the Mail app again and check emails in the inbox. Please can someone help me with the above subject???? I also understand that there were an issue with the server, however, some people mention that they have issues with their email clients in general. The account is there but doesn't work properly - no incoming mails and the list of email subdirectories I have is missing too, there is only an inbox, which is empty. I then plugged plugged in my router and waited about 2 mins. Not because we don't want to - we just only support Comcast owned equipment and services. If I log in to the account on Yahoo, my email is all there.
Regardless of your setup I feel the next step will make things work again. Note that after having to access email through the Yahoo Mail App for a few months, about a week ago I suddenly started receiving these emails through the Apple Mail app. For important communication, people prefer this mail app to other apps. I can send mail, but have not been able to receive mail for about 5 days. But the last update on my phone or in Apple mail was earlier today and has an error message now. Click on it 6 Scroll down till you see: Two-step verification Your account is protected by two-step verification.
You may have to turn WiFi back on if you're going to use the same device to troubleshoot for step 2. Am now waiting for Comcast Tier 3 tech support to contact me. At the same time nothing has been received on my ipad. Thank you for utilizing the Community Forums, and have a wonderful week. I have tried many things: 1.
Although earlier today I got the impression that I was getting close to having the problem rectified, it proved that this is not the case. In my case it was a God send. Verify that you have entered the correct account info in Mail settings. Choose which account you want to add from the list of email providers. It is quite acceptable that you will get anxious when something wrong happens to your mail app on your iPhone. I chose to install libnss-resolve.
Put the name you want people to see when they get mail from you in the Name field. In any case, you need some solution. We hope you find something below which manages to keep you happily emailing. I reset the password and they still didn't work. Perform an attempt at setting up a Thunderbird or other email package account using imap. Just in case we forget, your iPhone is basically a communication device. Troy I've gone through all of these pages repeatedly and none of this helps.