Droid email not updating
Nearly everyone with a newer Android phone had stopped receiving notifications about email.I’m not sure if these settings were changed intentionally by Google to clean up what the designers considered to be “notification clutter” or if it was just an honest mistake.You can safely ignore this setting—it relates to your device settings, and not to the Dropbox app's settings.The settings for the Dropbox app are contained within the Dropbox app itself.If you're having problems signing in to Dropbox, or downloading and uploading files once you've signed in, installing the latest version of the Dropbox Android app may resolve these problems.
You have to do this: Go into one of the e-mail accounts' inbox, go to Hamburger Fetching Mail.If you're experiencing problems with the latest version of the Dropbox Android app, please see below for a list of common problems and their fixes in the list below.Some Android users have reported issues updating or auto-updating to new versions of the Dropbox Android app from Google Play (formerly known as the Android Marketplace).This is such an insignificant amount of battery, one has to wonder why Google would optimize it by default.
Since upgrading to Android 7.0 K-9 often does not sync for hours, despite having it set up to sync every 30 minutes and keeping open push connections via IMAP. No sync for hours, status displays "Syncing disabled".
You should see something like "Next sync 3 hours ago".