Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by eric/, Mar 31, 2013.

  1. eric/ Guest


    Sep 19, 2011
    Ohio, United States
    So I use Mail on my iPhone and computer. I have 3 mail accounts, gmail 1, gmail 2, and outlook, plus my iCloud account.

    Would it be better to forward those messages to my iCloud account and just work with the one account, and can I reply from those email accounts through iCloud?

    I ask because I think that email pushing to my devices blows. I have it set up on my computer to check for messages every minute, and push to my device, but I don't get emails the same, and sometimes I just don't get them at all.

    For instance, I'll get an email on my iphone, but won't get it on my Mac. I know I have an email, so I have it check for mail, nothing shows up.

    Any advice? Or do I perhaps have a setting wrong?
  2. r0k macrumors 68040


    Mar 3, 2008
    If you reply from icloud, everybody gets your icloud address. Apple hasn't figured out how to make icloud suitable for a catch all account. Every now and then I send an email with my icloud from address because I'm not watching closely.

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