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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 94349 8-Dec-2011 17:18 Send private message

I have my ipad and iphone on our work wifi network.

The ability to access my icloud email in the mail app on both my iphone and ipad are variable. HTTP and exchange connection are grand. As of right now my iphone is fine too (but isn't always).

The mail app works fine at home, and get this, mail on the ipad works if I tether my ipad to my iphone which is on the work wifi network.

It isn't officially supported at work, so any thoughts/help would be appreciated.

I currently have atomic installed to access the web version of icloud, but the html is pretty wobbly.

Jon

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 555600 8-Dec-2011 18:40 Send private message

Strange, can you access it on your work computer?



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  Reply # 555823 9-Dec-2011 10:16 Send private message

Yes, icloud is fine on my work pc.

I wonder if I need to reset the network settings.

Jon


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