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what is the red circle on my iPad mail it says i have 1376 emails un read there are no emails in my email.
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I had this problem on my own iPad and on my boss's. If you google this you will find so have others. I tried emptying both emails at the server and that did not work. Both iPad's still showed thousands of emails. What finally worked was deleting the account off the iPad. Doing a shutdown and restart on the iPad then setting up the email account again. The thousands of emails showed again but this time they were in the inbox and I could mark all and delete them.

I think this is a glitch in the mail program but I can't find any confirmation on that.

Lisa
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