Thanks for asking question! If the Notification status is En-queued this means that the system has accepted and queued up the request. The status of the send can be queried later by invoking per message telemetry (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt608135.aspx)
Azure notification hub
We are unable to receive the notification from Azure Notification hub. Notification status is En-queued in notification hub. Unable to receive on mobile device.
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There could be several reasons for this issue. Here are some common misconfigurations to check for:
- Ensure that your notification hub name (without typos) is correctly configured.
- APN configuration
- Application issues (Tags and Tag expressions, Templates and invalid registrations)
- Push notification service issue.
You could narrow-down/double-check these configuration.
- Verify credentials.
- Verify registration.
- Verify message nitrification
- EnableTestSend property
- Review telemetry
Kindly checkout this documentation for more details on this topic (explains ways to identify the root cause) with step-step instructions.
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