- Step 1:Make sure that your Internet connection is fast. If you have any issues, try connecting your device to a mobile hotspot or network.
- Step 2:
Reboot the iCloud application on your device and check whether you are able to receive emails.
- Step 3:
If your email account is offline, you won’t be able to send or receive emails.
- Step 4:
If you find that your account name is dimmed, your account may be offline.
- Step 5:
Turn it to online and check whether you receive mails on iCloud.
- Step 6:
Now, verify whether the iCloud mail not receiving mails issue is resolved.
- Step 7:
If the issue persists, navigate to the Mailbox and select the Take All Accounts Online
- Step 8:
Select the Mail menu and go to Preferences .
- Step 9:
Go to the Accounts tab and choose your iCloud account from the displayed list.
- Step 10:
Click on the Advanced tab and verify your settings.
- Step 11:
Make sure that the port number is set to 993. Now, select Use SSL .
- Step 12:
Select the Authentication type as Password.
- Step 13:
If you are signing in to your iCloud mail account from an iPad, iPod touch, or iPhone, open the official iCloud website and open Settings .
- Step 14:
Select iCloud . Now, turn on Mail for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
- Step 15:
Launch the Settings application on your smartphone.
- Step 16:
Navigate to the Mail, Contacts, and Calendars Tap on Fetch New Data and turn on Push .
- Step 17:
Now, compose an email and send it to your own iCloud and check if you are able to receive it.
- Step 18:
If you have multiple iCloud Mail accounts, turn on Push for an account to fix the issue.
- Step 19:
Ensure that Push is kept turned on for your main iCloud account.