Note: This troubleshooting article is for Boxer on iOS only. If you are having iCloud sending issues with Boxer for Android, please submit a support ticket. P
There have been a few reports from users that any emails sent from Boxer with their iCloud account are never actually delivered. PThis issue appears to be limited to a small number of iCloud users, but we do not consider it a small problem, as sending emails reliably is a key functionality for any email client. If you use Boxer with your iCloud account, please take a few minutes to send a few emails to different recipients and verify that those emails are being received. PIf they are not, please follow the steps below to work around this issue and get your iCloud account fully functional on Boxer. Why is this happening? We believe this issue is caused by confusion resolving the correct SMTP (outgoing mail) server.
PThe Boxer iCloud configuration uses the correct iCloud outgoing server, but if iCloud mail is enabled in the device settings, it appears that sometimes Boxer\’s outgoing server connection gets routed to the wrong place. PThe server does receive the email and indicates that it was received, but the email is never actually delivered. P We are currently working with iCloud to resolve this issue, but until then, the following workaround will ensure that your iCloud emails sent through Boxer will be received. If you are having this issue, it can be resolved by disabling mail for iCloud accounts in the device settings. PPlease be aware that this will disable your iCloud accounts in the stock mail client. 1. Select the Settings app on your device and then select iCloud. 2. Make sure the switch next to Mail is set to the off position. 3. Go back to the Settings screen. 4.
Select \”Mail, Contacts, Calendars\”. 5. Check the settings for each account listed that is an iCloud account and switch Mail off for each. 6. Reboot your iPhone or iPad by turning it off, and then back on again. P Lastly, please report this to Apple! We are doing all we can to work with their team, but the more reports they receive, the more likely they are to quickly help us resolve this. The easiest way to send them a note is from this link:Phttp://www. apple. com/feedback/icloud. html Many Apple users don t know this, but you can access your from anywhere. That means you can read, write, forward, and save drafts of any iCloud emails, and it s all done through the web. The great thing about this approach is that allows a user to check and use iCloud. com email without requiring a Mac, iPhone, or iPad, since the web based client is accessible from any device on any operating system, a Windows PC included.
The only thing checking iCloud Email remotely requires is a somewhat modern web browser, which can be running on basically any operating system. Aside from that, as long as you at some point in time with the associated Apple ID, it will be available to access and use from just about anywhere. How to Access iCloud. com Email from Anywhere via the Web From any web browser, go to iCloud Mail will load, offering full access to the iCloud email account including the inbox, drafts, sent, archives, Trash, junk mail, VIP lists, and any other mail folders The iCloud Mail web client is full featured, you can send, reply, forward, trash, flag, archive, and compose new email messages directly from the iCloud. com Mail website. Because iCloud Mail is connected to your Apple ID, you ll even have full access to your contacts list and address book, with auto-complete and everything.
This is really useful for many reasons, particularly if you re away from your iOS devices or Mac but you still want to check your iCloud email, but it s also very helpful because it s the only way to check iCloud email from a PC, whether that PC is running Windows or Linux, or something else. Do keep in mind if you have you ll need to verify each iCloud login from a new web browser as a security measure. As you re likely discovering, the iCloud. com website is impressively full featured, with complete access to email, contacts, notes, reminders, calendar, iCloud Photos (and the only way to on a PC too), documents saved in iCloud, and even Pages, Keynote, and Numbers apps that run within a web browser. The web based services are just undeniably useful, give them a look.