I have an iPad 3rd Generation running under iOS.8.3 (12F69) which is fully up to date, as are all the various apps.. I have one IMAP account and five POP accounts with my ISP and six POP accounts with gmail - don't ask, they are for various separate projects and, Luddite though it might make me sound, I do not want to switch to IMAP as the system I have works for me! Periodically I reset the iPad, especially after some form of glitch or other and I have done so since time immemorial (well, as long as I can remember!) but I have only done it twice recently and those last two resets have caused all the email on my ISP's servers to be re-downloaded to the iPad from the five ISP POP accounts. Previous rests did not result in this seemingly bizarre, and unwanted, behaviour. The ISP IMAP account is unaffected and all gmail accounts are unaffected. What is happening and why did it only start on the resets done on Sunday, 22 February and this morning? My ISP assure me that nothing has changed with their email system or servers. Is February significant? Did a new version of iOS come out then or not long before? And how can I carry out future rests without masses of email re-downloading immediately thereafter? Thanks in advance.