iCloud mail not syncing on Windows 10 can occur in every Windows device. Antivirus software and Firewall will block iCloud mail to sync with Windows. You have to temporarily turn off these settings and do a two-step verification method to solve this problem.
Solution 1: Your iCloud settings are out of date
Step : 1 Check whether your Internet connection is stable. If you have to fix iCloud not receiving emailsissues, try connecting your device to a mobile hotspot or network.
Open the Windows 10 Mail application and click New mail in the app.
Step : 2 Now the Manage account window opens and click Add account. Click iCloud in the Add-in account prompt.
Step : 3 Enter your iCloud Email address and Password in the Add an account window. Now click the Sign in button.
Step : 4 Your account has been set up successfully in the Windows Mail app.
Step : 5 Open your default browser and go to the official Apple website. Log in/Sign in to your iCloud account using the Apple ID and Password.
Step : 7 After that, you have to type the Two-Factor Authentication code sent to your registered mobile number.
Step : 8 If the Trust this browser prompt appears, click the Trust button to continue.
Step : 9 Now, you have successfully signed in to your Apple account. On the top right corner of the window, select iCloud Settings.
Step : 10 On the iCloud Settings page, select Apple Id and click Manage.
Step : 11 Again, you have to Sign in to your Apple ID using your login credentials.
Step : 12 On the Apple Account Manage page, search Security options and click the Generate Password button. A popup opens; type any name and click the Create button.
Step : 13 After that, Your app-specific password popup appears. Copy the unique Password and click the Done button.
Step : 14 Now open the Windows 10 Mail app, go to Settings > Manage accounts > select iCloud account.
Step : 15 On the iCloud settings page, delete the old Password and paste the new password; click Save.
Step : 16 Now your
iCloud mail is synced to Windows 10. In a few seconds, you will receive emails.
Solution 2: Allow Mail and Calendar apps
Step : 1 On the computer, go to Start > Settings > Other privacy settings.
Step : 2 On the privacy setting window, select Calendar.
Step : 3 On the Calendar window, click the Let apps access my calendar ON button.
Now check if your Windows Mail app is now synchronized with iCloud Mail. Now we have seen how to fix the iCloud Mail Not Syncing On Windows 10 issue.