To manage the folders tap (o o o) | Various Account Settings | Tap your Account | Folder Mapping. To change the folder mapping, just tap the folder you wish to map, and select the folder you want to map to. In general, it should fit the folder your provider’s web client is putting emails into. This […]
You can select your active account from the picker located on the top center of your screen. Alternatively, you can also tap the top left corner menu and then choose your account from the account list.
I am having Connection Problems. My Folders don’t Sync. Can’t Receive/Send Emails. Can’t Access my Account.
BlueMail embeds a unique ability to detect not only connection to the network, but also actual network performance and specifically connectivity to your mail providers. So you may have internet but still not be able to access your email or send emails. Few common solutions that solve this in many cases are: Switching your network between […]
There are couple of directions that may cause missing emails: Do you use also PC / Web clients for your account? If so, is it possible they are configured to POP3, and hence “pull” and delete the mail from the server (as POP3 often does). If this is the case, you just need to configure […]
For a new phone, another device, factory reset, or a clean slate installation, simply install BlueMail and configure one of your accounts. The other accounts (configurations) will be waiting for you! The additional settings for each account are not yet synchronized automatically but will be coming soon.
BlueMail for iOS shows all IMAP folders from the server provider you have connected to. Currently, you can use folders within BlueMail for iOS but you cannot create or delete them. We are planning to add folder management capabilities in the near future. At the moment, for IMAP accounts, you can create/delete folders using your web / provider client, […]
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Reply – means reply to the sender only Reply all – sends an email to the sender as well as any other recipients of the original email, assuming the original email had more than you as a recipient.
BlueMail for iOS uses the highest privacy & security authentication available for your provider. Some providers such as Gmail and Outlook, support OAuth, which means BlueMail for iOS will not have access to your username and password at all! Instead you will approve BlueMail for iOS as an application, and let it access your mail, as long as you like. This process involves […]
The ability to backup and restore your settings for all of your accounts is coming soon!