Originally Posted by olbriar
You might want to check the interval that you have it checking for new mail. If you open the gmail account and do a menu you will likely find that setting. Perhaps the interval is such that you aren't syncing in the time frame you are checking. Most email accounts will auto check when you open the mail account. Good luck.
OK... I tried looking for a time interval setting but couldn`t find one.
I open the Gmail app ---> menu ---> setings ---> and then I have ---> "general settings", "firstname.lastname@example.org" and "about Gmail". Under "General settings" I have 3 confirmation boxes: delete, archive and send, swiping conversation list, replay all, auto fit, auto advance, hide checkboxes and message action. Nothing about a time interval setting.
Under "email@example.com" I have: "Priority Inbox", "notifications" (checked), "Inbox sound & vibrate" (ON), "Signature", "Sync Gmail" (checked), "Days of mail to sync" (30 days), "Manage labels" (that`s where I have turned on the sound & sync to various labels), "Download attachments" (checked). Again, I found no time interval settings. That means that the app will automatically check for new messages ???
The thing is that all this settings work just fine when I`m on wifi and like I said: test email are showing up within seconds after being sent. Wonder if there may be some settings of the gmail app when its off wifi - on mobile network? I also checked under "Settings" ---> "Data usage" ---> "Gmail" and the "Restrict backgroung data" box it is not checked so I should be getting the notifications.
I also checked under "Settings" ---> "Applications" ---> "All" ---> "Gmail". There is a "Launch by default" which it says "No defaults set" but I also can not change that... or at least I don`t know where to change it from. Also not sure if that would do anything to solve the issue I have.