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Windows 10 comes with many changes and various settings. E-mail notifications for the Mail application were disabled by default for a strange reason during my installation. You can see a notification in the Notification and Action Center, but you may not receive notification for each new email. However, you can customize and configure email and other notifications based on your preferences and receive notification for each email you receive in your inbox. You can also set email notifications and action alerts for a specific email account or for multiple accounts.
In this article, we will learn more about the settings for customizing your email notifications in the Windows 10 Mail application.
Enable or disable Windows 10 Mail App email notifications
Type mail in the search box and go to the Windows Store App Mail application. Go to Settings while leaving the email application open.
Settings allow you to add a new email account, add or edit the background image, adjust playback settings, access the Trust Center and leave comments.
To customize and set notifications for your email account, click Options. The drop-down menu above shows you your email accounts and you can select the one for which you want to customize notifications.
Select account and scroll down to get the notification settings. Here you can enable notifications for each email you receive. If you want to receive the old large alert banner for your emails with an audible alert, check the boxes in the notification settings. The options are: View notifications in Action Center – View notification banner, Play sound.
These settings notify you each time you receive an e-mail message.
Once you have reviewed all your email notifications in the Windows 10 Notification and Action Center, you can delete them immediately by clicking the X button next to the notification. You can adjust all your email account settings in the same way.
I hope this will help you.