|Jul 30, 2011, 03:02 PM||#1|
iOS 4.3.x Mail.app Issue showing latest emails
Does anyone experiences issue with IMAP with over 1000 emails?
I have 1780 emails but I never had issue on my iOS before 4.3.x came in.
No matter what I do reset and restore. It always show today emails I recently received and it skip all the emails from yesterday and shows the first 45 oldest emails in my inbox.
Email #1780 - Today 1:00pm
Email #1779 - Today 11:00am
Email #1778 - Today 7:00am
(WHERE THE HECK these emails go between this period of time???)
Email #45 - October 2009 - 3:00pm
Email #5 - October 2009 - x:00pm
Email #4 - October 2009 - x:00am
Email #3 - September 2009 - x:00am
Email #2 - September 2009 - x:00pm
Email #1 - September 2009 - x:00am
|Jul 31, 2011, 12:46 PM||#3|
The ordering of each emails end up showing the oldest first because the transfer was newest to oldest. Reserved ordering.
I end up using Thunderbird to transfer my email back and fore again and it fixed it.
I've already reported this to Apple OS X support team yesterday. Not my mail server (my own dedicated server), not iOS. It's Mail.app 5.0.
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