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How to stop Apple's Mail app from messing up your inbox in iOS 10

There’s plenty of good in iOS 10. Apple’s keyboard is smarter, Apple Maps is much improved, and you can finally delete most of those stock apps you never use. For all the newfound utility, though, some other changes aren’t so polished. The annoyance of actually unlocking your phone is one, but another common source of complaints in the weeks since iOS 10's launch is the Mail app.
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