I set up my email into the iPad 'Mail' app, and I cannot find how you log out to prevent another user from opening and reading my mail.
Is it possible to log out of 'mail' on the iPad?
As far as I know, this is not possible. iPad is not made to be a multi-user device. I am in a similar situation myself as I share the iPad with my wife but haven't yet fixed it. Some alternatives:
You can turn a mail account on/off as explained by RipperDoc (Settings -> Mail,Contacts,Calendars).
On the iPhone, you can also turn off the ability to change the Mail settings; which requires a passcode. Settings -> General -> Restrictions -> Allow Changes (Accounts)
It's a bit of a hassle; but, by turning off the mail account, and then disallowing changes to the account settings, you can prevent the mail from being accessed.
Go to Settings → Mail, Contacts & Calendars, then go to your email settings and erase your password. Enter a fake password and save it. Ignore the warnings and push done. You will be signed out until you go back and enter the correct password.
Go to Settings > Mail, contacts, calendars and in the list of accounts, tap the On/Off button to turn off Outlook.
For an iPad, go into settings under Mail, Contacts, Calender, you will have the option to delete the account.
It is possible. You have to go to
Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and delete the profile from mail. This will delete the account from your device only, it will not delete your stuff stored in iCloud itself.
As a drastic measure you could remove the account by going to Settings -> Mail/Contacts/Calendars and deleting it there.
Go to settings go to mail (it will say mail contacts calendars) once your in scroll to the bitten it will say delet account
Delete the account from the device as advised, and use it in Safari.
Go into settings mail and delete account
just go to setting, click mail and put mail off.. thats all finish, want to access again mail on.
Go to Settings, Reset App, and Reset. The next time you open the app, it will ask you for the user and password.
Go to settings then select mail go to hotmail or whatever you use and delete the account from your device you can always log back on when you want to
Go to settings, click mail, click the first button ( the one thats at the top ) , click delete account andd PROBLEM SOLVED!
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