I could hear the harp sound I assigned to mail 'doing its stuff' all the time with the new mail being added and me hearing the change in the number of new e-mails being displayed on the mail icon.
However, I now have to open 'mail' now before I hear the harp and the mails update.
30, which keeps the same overall look as OS X Yosemite, but comes with a handful of new features. Move the router to a central position in the house (or near where you intend to use it most frequently). Check with your existing ISP if you're eligible for an upgrade, or whether you can change your existing package to a faster one.
This is a good news for Apple users because they can enjoy both the new OS X and i OS 9 this September, which work seamlessly just as Yosemite and i OS 8 last year. Just as the early release of i OS 9 that brings many problems to i Phone i Pad users, the El Capitan is no exception. Otherwise, change to another ISP for some special introductory offers and discounts. If your printer does not show up, choose Add Printer from the same menu.
Sorry I can't be of any more help to you, but I've never encountered that particular problem.
If it is an exchange email that you are having a problem with, I might suggest deleting that account from your phone and then setting it up as a new account again if that is possible.
Then go in to the notification settings for each of the apps you want notifications from and make sure sounds and icon badges is turned on. I can't be sure, but I don't think PUSH has anything to do with fetching, so it shouldn't matter if PUSH is off.
And really, the fetch schedule can be set to anything except Manual and it should work.
Since the launch of Mac Mavericks both Gmail and exchange accounts are not working correctly in the native mail app client. Nothing can be more frustrating than turning on your Mac but only to find that it won't start up.
If you have no idea of how to upgrade to Mac OS X El Capitan, here is how: Go to App Store to download Mac OS X El Capitan Some Mac users have found that Mail app behaves strange after updating to OS X El Capitan particularly with Exchange and Gmail accounts.
When there is an error message "Downloaded is damaged and can't be opened" pops up, sometimes this is just a security issue that can be corrected. Go to the Apple icon, and chose System Preferences. Check Security & Privacy settings in General tab under "Allow apps downloaded from". Check the box beside the option of "Mac App store and identified developers" or "Anywhere".