Email not showing up on notification center

Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by adamj575, Sep 20, 2013.

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    adamj575

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    #1
    I've got it set up to show my email in notification center but nothing shows when I get new emails...any idea why? Is there something I'm missing here?
     
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    Gav2k

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    #2
    Settings > notification center > mail

    It's not on by default check the settings then reboot
     
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    adamj575

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    I got the same issue. Emails are not showing in notification center and I noticed the email app is not even updating even my push accounts. I have three email accounts, work, outlook (for gmail), and yahoo, all set to push.

    None of them are showing up on the lock screen or even as a badge alert. Anyone?
     
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    I momentarily stopped pushing yesterday but a hard reset and disabling/re-enabling the account fixed it.
     
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    firstapple

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    Took me a bit originally, but try this:

    Settings -> Notification Center -> Mail; Turn on "banners" in each of your mail accounts (maybe "banners" in your case as well?)

    Settings -> Notification Center; Make sure you have "Mail" dragged up to the Include section

    Settings -> Notification Center -> Mail; Make sure "Show in Notification Center" and "Show on Lock Screen" are turned on
     
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    Ok, not sure who should get the credit blhoward2 or firstapple, but I did both your suggestions and it fixed it. Thanks!

    Now can you fix the lack of gmail exchange in the native app? :rolleyes: I know it's gone, just wish apple and google would play nice.
     
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    firstapple

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    No credit required, haha. Just trying to help wherever I can. After using iOS 7 for the last month or so I've had some decent practice at making things work.

    Glad you got it going!
     

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