It is a pain but I'm echoing what the freemium user mention. If you want it to be solid I suggest using a table.
Not a problem, glad it worked.
Who knows what kinda of mack magic goes into an update.
I didn't have the issue after the update on my iPhone 6 but the client I was working with did, on an iPhone 6 and a 5s. Both were updated a couple of weeks ago, one on sprint and the other one on AT&T. I ended up with the force quitting and power cycling after a semi long process of elimination.
I had a client contact me about this issue today. I was still on 8.2 so I updated my phone but was not able to reproduce the issue.
I after a ton of tests, I ended up having them try force quitting mail and then power cycling their phones and that fixed it (at least for my emails). I would suggest that you have your coworkers try that and see if that works.
To sum it up: 'have you tried turning it off and on again'?