iPhone, iPad Mail App Not Showing Notifications? Here’s the Fix

Is your Mail App Not Showing Notifications in iPhone and iPad? Do you have new emails ready to be read when you open the application without any notifications? This is a typical issue however can be solved, by following the steps below. If you prefer a Video Tutorial, then scroll to the bottom to watch the entire steps in Video.

iphone mail app not showing notifications

If your iPhone Mail App is not Showing Notifications, then follow these simple steps to fix it. 

The same applies to the iPad as well. iPad Mail App Not Showing Notifications can be fixed following the same steps. Also, Fix Mail App Not Working or Not visible in Notifications Settings.

The default Mail Application that comes with your iPhone is still a favorite app for many users.

Receiving tons of emails every week without notifications makes it a worse conversation. Many people receive important emails but are unable to notice because Mail app notifications are not showing. 

Now it can be fixed by following the steps below, without further delay, Let’s dive into the tutorial. 

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iPhone, iPad Mail App Not Showing Notifications?

When you open the mail app for the first time it prompts you to allow or don’t allow the notifications. 

The first step you have to do is,

Login with your account 

To log in with your Gmail, Apple, or any other 3rd party email service provider,

Step 1: Navigate to Settings

iphone mail app notifications settings

Step 2: Tap the Mail option

ipad mail notifications settings

Step 3: Tap Accounts

iphone mail app notifications accounts

Now login with the desired user account.

Check Notification settings

To check app notifications,

Step 1:  Go to settings,

iphone mail app notifications settings

Step 2: Navigate to the notifications option

iphone ipad mail app notifications settings

Step 3:  Check whether the mail app is available in the listed apps

If the Mail app is not available then you have to enable notifications to the app.

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Enable Notifications to Mail App

To enable notifications,

Step 1: You have to uninstall the Mail App.

iphone ipad uninstall mail app

Step 2: Reinstall the Application from App Store

download iphone mail appstore

Step 3: Before opening the app go to settings, Navigate to mail, and Tap Accounts.

iphone mail app notifications accounts

Step 4: Turn on the toggle Enable the Mail app.

iphone ipad mail app notifications allow

After enabling mail, go to the mail app, and you will be able to see a prompt like, “Mail” Would like to send you notifications. Tap Allow.

after you will see the “mail app” under Settings – Notifications. 

If the mail app is not visible under notifications, the final thing you have to do is,

Step 1: Go to settings

Step 2: Navigate to the General

Step 3: Navigate to transfer or reset iPhone

Step 4: Perform reset location and privacy. 

iphone ipad reset location and privacy settings

You can follow this step if the mail app is not visible under notification after performing all the troubleshooting steps mentioned above. 

The option will reset all the location and privacy-related settings of all the apps that you have installed on your iPhone and iPad. 

By following all these easy troubleshooting steps you will be able to receive notifications from the Mail App on your iPhone and iPad.

I hope this helped you to fix the iPhone Mail App Not Showing Notifications problem.

Thanks for reading and if you find this post useful, do share it with your friends on Twitter and Facebook. Someone facing a similar problem will be able to fix the iPhone Mail App Not Showing Notifications issue as well.

Do refer to the video attached below, for an easy understanding. Have a wonderful day.

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About the Author: Robin C

Security Consultant, Engineer, Technology Enthusiast and Blogger.

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