During our training sessions we mention, and I often reiterate or hear repeated to me, the comment "there are so many ways to do the same thing in your software". It is true. The reason why was just reinforced yet again when I was working with other software -- that software was designed based on the way people work, or the way most people work, or the way the designers thought most people worked, but woe be you if you yourself don't work that same way.
iOS update to version 13 has been released. It has come to our attention that a bug was introduced in their update that is causing their Mail app on the iPhone to not be able to download emails from Users' Mailboxes. ZDNet confirms accounts by some users experiencing this issue.
The next expected update to iOS version 13.2 is scheduled to be released on 9/24/2019. For those users that are experiencing this issue, there are a couple of options that work to replace the built-in iOS Mail app:
Hopefully, the next iOS update resolves these initial update issues, but if not and in any case, you do have options. And all of these options can be setup and used interchangeably, so that you always have access to your email no matter what one app might do or errors an update might cause.
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