Not getting email notifications Series 4

trickness

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Original poster
May 13, 2012
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Hey all - just got my Series 4 aluminum Space Gray yesterday, and I've figure out pretty much everything I need it to do, but for the life of me I cannot get it to give me notifications on emails. I've tried mirroring my iPhone, I have iCloud notifications set to "Allow"in the Apple Watch app on my phone - not sure what I'm doing wrong. I have sound & haptics set to high, text message work perfectly, just can't get email happening.

Anyone else having this issue? I haven't seen any other threads about this issue so I'm guessing I must have the configuration wrong, although this is such basic functionality I can't see why I can't get it to work. Thanks!
 

mrwilly25

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Oct 4, 2015
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No issues here getting mail notifications on my Series 4 Space Grey that I just got.

On iPhone, make sure the Mail Notifications have Sound and Vibrate on. On the Watch, have it Mirror the phone.
 

JT2002TJ

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Nov 7, 2013
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This place is full of people saying the same thing LOL

It’s an acknowledged bug by Apple
If it is acknowledged by Apple, why is it then when I chatted with support they said there was no known issue? I think there is a disconnect going on.

Do you know where Apple specifically acknowledged it?

Thanks
 

JT2002TJ

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Nov 7, 2013
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^^^^^

One of the other 66,666 posts about it mentioned it was raised with, and acknowledged by Apple. Don’t know which one though sorry

Edit: found the link one of the other posts referred to:

https://discussions.apple.com/message/33910428?start=0&tstart=0

I haven’t read it all, I’m just going by what another member says.
Thanks for the link. I still have yet to see or personally hear Apple acknowledge the issue. I chatted with support and they said it was not a known issue (I specifically asked stating that many online forums have users reporting it).
 
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