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How to Disable Mail App Notifications in Windows 10

The Windows 10 built-in Mail app is designed to provide an easy way to connect all your email addresses to a single client.

While it’s good to have all your emails in one place, constantly receiving new messages can be irritating. Windows 10 likes to push a notification for every email it receives, which can make it hard to concentrate if you need to focus on your work.

Luckily, you can turn off notifications and retain full app functionality. However, the process is not as straightforward as most might like.

Here’s how to turn off notifications for the Mail app:

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If you want to delete notifications from one (or more) email addresses, follow these steps:

  1. Start the To post app (one way to do this is to search for Mail in the search box on your taskbar)
  2. Click on the Settings symbol located in the lower left corner of the screen
  3. To select Opinion
  4. To extinguish Show notifications in the action center for all connected accounts. Alternatively, you can select the account you want and uncheck Display a notification banner

If you want to stop receiving notifications from a single account, you can stop here. However, if you want to completely disable Mail app banners, you should also:

  1. Open Windows 10 Settings application
  2. To select System
  3. Click on Notifications and Actions
  4. Scroll until you see Receive notifications from these senders and click on it
  5. Disable the To post notifications

Keep in mind that following the second set of instructions will completely disable all To post notices. First try using the Tuning aid mode that temporarily disables all notifications.

Also keep in mind that the mode can be turned on and off manually, but you can also set a schedule for it.

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