Note 2 email not updating
Email accounts on the i Phone can be set to check email on a defined schedule (every 30 minutes, for instance) or to have mail pushed to your device as soon as it arrives.How you have these settings configured can impact how your email arrives. Up until last night I had a Samsung Galaxy S3 that was configured to use though Exchange Activesync. I have set up my account the same way as before, however none of my emails have appeared in my new phone since yesterday, 2/10/13 at pm.I am able to get emails normally through website, my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, and my Surface RT tablet. When I installed Outlook 2013, I started getting a message saying that there are too many devices syncing to my account.Your i Phone is your communications lifeline to the world, which is what makes it so frustrating when your i Phone email isn't working.
If that's the case, begin by deleting the troublesome email account.
Review these settings by following these steps: If your Internet connection is good, your settings fine, and you've restarted the Mail app, your next step is one of the most common in all i Phone-troubleshooting tutorials: restarting your phone.
Believe it or not, restarting an i Phone can solve tons of problems. Another key troubleshooting step is to make sure you have the latest version of the i OS, the operating system that runs the i Phone.
If you're not seeing Wi-Fi at all and think you should, read Wi-Fi Grayed Out on i Phone? If your email isn't sending or downloading, it could be that there's a problem with the username and/or password you're using to check that email account.
In that situation, it's most likely that you'll get a pop-up window asking you to enter your username or password again.