Fixing Error 1032
Error 1032 – What is it?
If you are an iPhone or an iPad user and you sometimes open your email Yahoo Mail account on your phone, then you will most likely experience the MF Message Error Domain: Error 1032.
This error may occur when you access your mail account. The MF Message Error Domain: Error 1032 may prevent you from composing new emails and even stop the inbox from loading.
The error 1032 can be triggered due to multiple reasons such as:
- Overloaded History
- Problems with the account log-in credentials
- Outdated Yahoo Mail app
- Authentication issues
Further Information and Manual Repair
To fix this issue on your iPhone or iPad, here are some methods you can try:
Method 1 – Delink and Re-setup Yahoo Email Account
If the error code 1032 occurs due to problems with the account log-in credentials, then try re-setting up your Yahoo email account.
To do this, go to tap settings mail, contacts, and calendar, then remove your email account. Now repeat the process and provide valid log-in credentials to re-setup your Yahoo email account.
Method 2 – Update Yahoo Mail App
Another reason can be the outdated Yahoo Mail App. If this is the cause, then simply update it to the latest version. To do this, simply download the latest version from the iTunes store and run it. This will hopefully resolve the issue.
Method 3 – Manage App Connections to Resolve Authentication issues
If the error 1032 occurs due to authentication issues then there are possibilities of conflicts between account security settings. The best way to resolve the error in such a situation is to learn how to manage app connections. Here’s how it’s done:
Use your desktop computer to sign in to your Yahoo account. Now click the menu icon and select account info. Enter your account password and sign in again. Now click manage apps and website connections under Sign-in and security section.
A list of all authorized mobile devices and applications will be displayed to you. Remove any existing entries appearing for mobile devices. After this, try logging into your Yahoo account from your iPhone or iPad. You will not receive the error.
Method 4 – Clear History
When the cause of the issue is overloaded history, then the best way to go about it is clearing the clutter in the history. Also clear cache and cookies.
The cache is the location where temporary files are saved for speeding up the file retrieval process. But sometimes it can get corrupt and the iOS may fail to retrieve data from corrupt cache contents.
To clear history and cache, simply tap Settings, Safari, and then clear history, cookies, and data. The process may take some time depending on the cache file size.