I have a current gen Macbook Air running Mavericks, and an iPhone 5s running the latest iteration of iOS7. Here is my issue: I get a notification for an email on my iCloud account while I'm using my Macbook Air and I either delete it or read/respond to it using the default mail application. This obviously makes the notification bubble on the mail app in my dock go away. However, later when I open my iPhone the notification for the mail is there even if the message has been deleted or read. The only way I can get the notification to go away is if I open the mail app on the iPhone, and or clear them from notification center on my phone. I funnel a lot of email accounts into my iCloud one and get upwards of 100 emails a day (big deal right ? haha! ) *sarcasm* and it is just annoying to have to dismiss the notification first on my Macbook Air, and then later on my iPhone. It is frustrating to unlock my phone and see 10 email notifications from the past hour that have been death with already on my Mac. This also works vice versa from the iPhone to the Macbook. Any ideas?