Fetch email

Discussion in 'iOS 10' started by abrahamr1991, Nov 7, 2016.

  1. abrahamr1991 macrumors newbie

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    Is there any difference in battery consumption Between Configure data collection accounts Email "Fetch" all the way down and select "manually" to place each account in "Manual"? Excuse my English, I use the Google translator[​IMG]
    Gmail is configured as Manual and Holiday Calendar as Fetch with Manually. I don´t know if I explain.
    A greeting
     
  2. Floris macrumors 68020

    Floris

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    I believe, or rather, I remember from back in the day when Google once updated Gmail that:

    a- Apple Mail App: Fetch
    b- Google Gmail app: Push

    So if you wanted Push, you'd have to use the gmail app.
     
  3. abrahamr1991 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    But I put that image for instance. I mean if you get manually putting battery consumption would be the same as putting each account in manual
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    In this link there is an example. http://www.dummies.com/consumer-ele.../choosing-between-push-and-fetch-with-icloud/
    You can choose a frequency (push, fetch or manually). If you have multiple e-mail accounts, you can manage the frequency for each account. What is the diference between select manual in an account or put the fetch in manually? What is the best? Is there a difference in battery consumption?
     
  4. stulaw11 Suspended

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    I believe its the same, manual is manual and withh not fetch anything until you open the app.

    They probably put manual as a fetch time to change all accounts at once, say somewhere with bad signal, instead of going and changing it in each account.
     

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