Missing mailbox

I have iPhone 6s running IOS 9.3.1.  I have four e-mail accounts but only three show up like an Inbox.  An Inbox simply disappeared. How to restore? I can get these messages through the accounts section, but not the inboxes.  All four mailboxes appear on my iPad.

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On the iPhone, open your e-mail application and go to Edition. From there, you can select mailboxes you want to see on the screen. There is a selection for all of the mailboxes and inboxes of the available accounts that you have on the device.

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