Edjr
Level 1: Cadet

Leaving emails on server

I have a samsung smart phone...recently received an I-Pad3...email account all set on it no problem however when I receive and view emails on the I-Pad, they rarely are in Outlook when I get back to the office or look for emails on home PC.

 

Isn't there a setting somewhere (on the I-Pad) that leaves all incoming emails on the server for retrieval on smart phone or home PC?

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Drat
Level 22: Superhuman

Re: Leaving emails on server


Isn't there a setting somewhere (on the I-Pad) that leaves all incoming emails on the server for retrieval on smart phone or home PC?


Yes, there is.

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Lathania
Level 21: Augmented

Re: Leaving emails on server

For those not extremely tech savvy, click on the blue word "Yes" in Drat's post =P
Lathania

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Drat
Level 22: Superhuman

Re: Leaving emails on server


Lathania wrote:
… click on the blue word "Yes" in Drat's post =P

Only if they are interested in where the setting is to be found, as opposed to a simple yes-or-no answer to the closed question, “Is there (or isn't there) such a setting?” Robot tongue

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