Is your iCloud Mail not syncing with your iOS device? There are various issues that could be causing your iCloud Mail not to sync with your Mac or iPhone. To fix the iCloud Mail syncing issue, follow the quick steps given below.
When you get the iCloud Mail sync error, restart your Mac and wait for a few minutes.
Click the Apple menu available at the top-left corner and select the System Preferences option.
Select Apple ID in the System Preferences window and verify that your iCloud email account is currently associated with the Mac computer.
Open the default browser and navigate to Apple’s System Status page.
Make sure that no iCloud status is inactive. If you find any iCloud service has been disabled, wait until the problem is automatically resolved.
Otherwise, open the System Preferences window and access your iCloud email account after selecting the Apple ID.
Check the apps associated with iCloud Mail and sync them to fix the issue.
Set the correct date and time and ensure that you have a stable Internet connection.
If the problem persists, remove the iCloud Mail account from your Mac and reinstall it.
If you have iCloud Mail sync issues on your iPhone, touch the Settings icon on the applications screen.
Tap on your Apple ID in the Settings window and select iCloud iCloud Drive.
Toggle on the Calendars, Contacts, and Mail options to sync with your iCloud Mail account.
Once again, open the Settings app and tap on your name or profile at the top.
Choose your iCloud Mail account and tap the Sign Out button to log out of your email account.
After a few seconds, log in to your iCloud Mail account.
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