It also adds a way to access Yahoo Mail without an old-fashioned password with its new Account Key feature: Account Key uses push notifications to provide a fast and secure way for you to access your Yahoo accounts from your smartphone.
It frees you from memorizing complicated passwords, making signing-in to your Yahoo Mail app easy as tapping a button.
Instead, the problem may lie with the settings being used to try to connect to your email account.
If you entered the wrong server address, username, or password when setting up the account on your phone, you won't be able to get an email.
And that's what makes it so frustrating when your email isn't working (it's doubly frustrating if you need to get an email for your job).
If your Internet connection is good and you've restarted the Mail app, your next step is one of the most common in all i Phone-troubleshooting tutorials: restarting your phone.
The ability to manage multiple mailboxes is rolling out globally today in the Yahoo Mail app.
At this point, it's time to get some direct tech support for your email problems.
If your email provider can't help, you may have a problem that's bigger or more complex than you can solve.
In that case, it's probably best to take your i Phone – and all of the information about the email account – to your nearest Apple Store for tech support (you can also call Apple for support).
It's possible that the problems with your email is a bug that's fixed with the latest i OS update or your email provider has changed some settings and only the latest i OS version can help you deal with the change.
To update your i Phone, read: If none of these steps solved the problem, there may not be anything wrong with your phone.
I wanted to put up a quick posting about what issues users may be seeing and what we’re doing about it.