Ipad mail wont receive new mail

I have an sbcglobal email address.
Last two days my iPad wont update my received emails when i open the mail program.  i keep trying to manullly activate and download my emails and nothing happens...... My iphone on the other hand updates my emails every time i open the mail app.
My accounts on both devices are set up exactly the same way.
This  problem just started effecting my ipad since two days ago... I did not mess with anything to cause it?
Anyone know whats going on?

iOS: Unable to send or receive email
http://support.apple.com/kb/TS3899
Can’t Send Emails on iPad – Troubleshooting Steps
http://ipadhelp.com/ipad-help/ipad-cant-send-emails-troubleshooting-steps/
iPad Mail
http://www.apple.com/support/ipad/mail/
Try this: Delete the account in Mail and then set it up again.
 Cheers, Tom

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