TopicUnable to configure SBCglobal email with different email clients.
I want to configur the SBCglobal email with the different client's email. But, I was unable to do that. Can we configure SBCglobal email with different email clients?
Windows: Windows 7, 8, and 8.1
Mac OS: OSX 10.6.8 or earlier
Mac OS: Use Safari 7 or earlier
Windows: Mozilla Firefox 3.6 or higher
Windows: Internet Explorer 9.0 or higher
E-mail Client Support
Mac Mail: Version installed on Mac OSX 10.6 or earlier
Microsoft Outlook 2003 SP3 or higher
Microsoft Outlook Express: Version pre-installed on Windows XP
Windows Live Mail: Versions installed on Windows XP and Windows 7/8
The customer selects Launch the AT&T E-mail Updater, to begin the automated process.
Once they run the tool, the POP and SMTP server settings update with the correct server settings listed below.
POP Server: inbound.att.net
SMTP Server: outbound.att.net (requires authentication)
Mail Ports: Incoming Mail Port #995: SSL Checked; Outgoing Mail Port #465: SSL Checked
The SBCGlobal Email Settings:
When you are using the POP3 settings; you can take reference from here.
- Inbound server – att.net
- Port – 995
- SMTP server –att.net
- Port – 465
- SSL required – Yes
- User name – CustomerID@sbcglobal.net
DNS Server Settings
Many of our power users are interested in using their own TCP/IP stacks, dialers, non-supported operating systems, and/or other specialized Internet software. We provide this information to enable our customers to configure their preferred software.
All regions use the same DNS IPs:
AT&T Yahoo! E-mail Server Settings - All Customers
AT&T's POP/SMTP settings changed to inbound.att.net and outbound.att.net. Customers can access a tool that will automatically update their server settings at att.com/updatesettings. If the tool does not work, it is due to the customer's equipment and the customer will have to manually update their settings.
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