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see if this helps you out.. To resolve this you need to alter the port that your iPhone or iPad uses to send mailwhich can be done as follows. Go to Mail, Contacts, Calendars and select the account you wish to change. On the next screen, scroll down to the "Outgoing Mail Server" section and select the SMTP server that is listed.
Your gmail wil not show if it's sent via gmail you will need to set up your gmail in you mail settings on your iPad that way you can send and read your mail using your iPad mail app you will find your mail in your settings hope this helps
You should check the settings required by your mail supplier. Have a look in Google for your Mail Settings for the YYYY.ZZZZ after the @ in your mail address.
Follow their instructions EXACTLY or contact your mail supplier for these details.
You can always restore it to brand new.
You need a computer with iTunes and the charghing usb cable.
Before restoring make sure that the Find my iPhone app is off, otherwise after restoring it will give you the very same wrong email.
Once that is off, connect the ipad to the computer and click restore.
Once restore is complete, at very end you will be prompt with 2 questions:
1. Set iPad as brand new
2. Restore from (your name) back up.
At this iem you can choose either one, because Find my iPhone is off. And now you can change the email address.
It is your best option since it is way too difficult without restoring it.
Go to Settings>Mail, Contacts, Calendars. Under the Mail window - go to Show> and select the number of recent emails that you want the iPad to load in your email accounts.
While you are in the mail settings - tap on the email account, tap on the account in the next window, tap on Advanced in the next window and tap Delete - and select the amount of time that you want the emails to stay on the iPad.
In some mail accounts there will also be an option for Delete from Server - tap that and set it to never if you want to control when to delete your old emails.
Go back to your email inbox in the mail app and swipe down to the bottom of the window - there may be an option to "load more messages from the server" in blue letters. Tap that and you will download as many odl emails as you set up for in the Show recent messages setting. At the top of the inbox is a search field - type in keywords in that search field to find old emails.
You can also search for emails in the spotlight search. Go to the home screen and tap the home button and the search feature pops up. Type keywords in the search field at the top to find old emails there as well. When you tap on that email in the search, the mail app will open and you can read the email.
In mail, when you are in a specific mailbox, on the top right side of the left hand column (in portrait view) next to "inbox" press "edit". Then in the bottom left corner there is a "mark all" option. You can do that and the unselect what you want to keep.
The other option, if you don't like those red numbers over the mail app is to follow these directions:
settings > notifications center > mail > select the desired mail account if you have more than one and then turn off "badge app icon"
this works for any app that has those (sometimes annoying) red icons. If you don't want that large number of unread emails on your mail app, use this method. If you want to delete them, use the previous suggestion.
You have to go into settings and change both the incoming and outgoing server password. In many cases the Incoming POP3 server details are the first ones in settings, and then the Outgoing SMTP server details are on the Advanced tab. Sometimes you just check box 'Same details as the POP3 server'.
If that doesn't help too much, Click COMMENT under my post and I'll run you through it tomorrow using details from my iPhone.
2. Then tap on 'Mail, Contacts, Calendars' on left column of settings screen.
3. Now tap 'Signature' option on the right column on 'Mail, Contacts, Calendars' screen.
4. Your current signature will appear (by default, it will show your name). Tap on it to make changes to email signature. You can add words like Regards, Cheers or add witty one liner quote to it. Only textual signature is supported (no HTML).