Mail error: MFMessageErrorDomain error 1032; fix

In some instances, when you try to check your email, you may see this error message: “MFMessageErrorDomain error 1032″. If you are having this problem, please try the following tip to resolve your issue:

  • Tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendar and delete your email account. Then tap Settings > Safari > and Tap Clear History and Clear Cookies and Data. Now tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendar and re-enter your email account credentials.

Notes: The instructions above will not delete your email account itself (e.g. Yahoo, Gmail etc), just remove it from the iPad,iPhone or iPod mail app.



  1. Nic MacDougall says

    Mail error: MFMessageErrorDomain error 1032. The fix for this only works if you switch ipod touch off completely before you re-install e-mail account. Apart from that, it seems to have worked.

    • Rose says

      I’m unable to make this fix work. When I try to reset the account I can’t enter my information because the Next button doesn’t work. I tried turning off my iPod Touch completely before trying to reset the account. The Next button still doesn’t work.

    • Doctor Love says

      Right On, Nic !!!!
      I did the above steps, keeping in mind your additional step, and it worked to perfection.
      BTW, the model I tried it on, is a 4S.
      Again, thanks !!!!

  2. Anne Marie says

    Didn’t work for me. It’s now saying server in available.
    I will hunt some more but if anyone cooks help I’d appreciate it.

  3. Lori says

    Tried this but it didn’t work. Will not let me out my Yahoo!Maul account back on my phone now that I’ve deleted it. At least before I could access what was in my inbox, but not now. Nothing but trouble since I installed the software upgrades. Probably my last iPhone :(

  4. Jill says

    It didn’t seem to work, but then I turn on the power to my phone for a few minutes. Now its working. Thank you

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