This is an annoying problem I have had for a few weeks.
I have an original iPad, an iPhone 3G, and a MacBook Pro. I use Mac Mail. A lot of mail I receive comes to the iPad but not to the computer. I think it also comes to the iPhone but I havenít checked that thoroughly. It's as if the mail is saying OK, I sent that letter; no need to send it further. In other words the iPad received it; that should be enough.
A great deal of the iPadís mail is junk, much more so than the computerís. But on the computer, I have a great many ďRulesĒ that take care of most of the junk, spam, etc.
So, I try to forward the important mail that goes to the iPad to the com-puter. Often nothing happens. But most of the time, it appears to send to the computer, and the computer appears to be receiving mail, and says itís receiving 3 of 3 mails, etc. But nothing actually appears. There are no new mails in the boxes. The mails are not hiding somewhere; I search for keywords and nothing is found.
In other words, I cannot forward from iPad to computer, and maybe from iPhone. Why? Whatís happening?
One possible problem, and I'm guessing. I know for sure this happens when all devices are using the same network, my local network in my house. I can't say for sure if the problem is occurring if, say, the iPad is using another network.
Hope this makes sense. Thanks for any help.