If you are having an email account on sbcglobal as well as another account on another email account and you want to use both email accounts together, then you can simply do so. How? We shall discuss the same here. By using the incoming and outgoing mail server settings of any email client, you can easily set up one email to be used with another email. Once you make the sbcglobal.net email settings on a third-party email client, you can simply get started with using two email accounts in one place.
Therefore, this article will show you how you can use and access sbcglobal.net email server settings to set up two email accounts together.
What are the sbcglobal.net email server settings?
sbcglobal.net SMTP settings
- net SMTP Server- smtp.mail.att.net
- SMTP port- 465
- SMTP security- SSL / TLS
- SMTP username- Your email address
- SMTP password- sbcglobal.net email login password
sbcglobal IMAP settings
- net IMAP Server- imap.mail.att.net
- IMAP port- 993
- IMAP security- SSL / TLS
- IMAP Username- Your full email address
- IMAP password- Your Sbcglobal.net password
sbcglobal pop settings
- POP3 server- pop.att.yahoo.com/ pop.sbcglobal.yahoo.com
- Port- 995 or 993
- POP security- SSL / TLS
- POP Username- Your full email address
- POP password- Your password
sbcglobal.net email Outlook settings
- Open MS Outlook on your PC.
- Then, tap on the ‘File’ tab at the top.
- Select ‘Add Account’ to continue.
- Next, choose ‘Manual Setup or Additional Server Types.’
- Again, select the ‘Next’ option.
- When the ‘Choose Service’ page opens, select ‘POP or IMAP.’
- In the provided spaces, type:
- Your full name
- Email address
- Choose ‘Account Type’ as ‘POP3.’
- Enterinbound.att.net’ in the ‘Incoming Mail Server’ field.
- And, type ‘outbound.att.net’ in the ‘Outgoing Mail Server’ field.
- On the ‘Logon’ details page, enter your email address and password.
- Select ‘More Settings’ and tick the box next to ‘My Outgoing Server (SMTP) Requires Authentication.’
- Head to the ‘Advanced’ tab and choose ‘SSL’ for Encryption.
- In the Incoming Server (POP3)’ field, enter ‘995.’
- Again, choose ‘SSL’ for the encryption type.
- And, enter ‘465’ in the ‘Outgoing Server (SMTP)’
- To finalize the settings, press ‘OK’ > ‘Next’ > ‘Finish’ > ‘Close.’
sbcglobal.net email settings for iPhone or iPad
- Go to the Settings of your iPhone.
- Now, tap on ‘Mail’ from the menu and choose ‘Accounts.’
- After that, tap on the ‘Add Accounts’ and select ‘Other.’
- Then, select ‘Add Mail Account’ and type your name.
- After that, add a description, and enter sbcglobal login details.
- After that, choose ‘POP’ at the top.
- In the incoming mail server, enter ‘inbound.att.net.’
- Enter your email address and password and tap ‘Next.’
- In the outgoing mail server, enter ‘outbound.att.net.’
- Again, enter the login details, and tap “Save.”
If any other information related to the att email settings is required, you can refer to the sbcglobal.net email settings given above.
sbcglobal email settings Android for Android
- Open ‘Settings’ > ‘Accounts.’
- Choose ‘Add Account.’
- Now, choose ‘Personal (IMAP) or Personal (POP3).’
- In the next screen, enter your SBCGlobal email address.
- And choose the ‘Manual Setup’ option.
- In the account type screen, select ‘Personal (POP3).’
- Then, provide your login password.
- In the incoming mail server, enter “pop.att.yahoo.com.”
- And, choose “995” as the port followed by tapping ‘Next.’
- In the ‘Outgoing server” settings, enter “465.”
- Select “SSL” as the encryption type.
- Tap “Next” to complete the setup.
This is how you set up sbcglobal email account on another mail server using the sbcglobal.net email settings. For login, you can simply use the credentials which you use at https://login.yahoo.com/config/login_verify2?.partner=sbc or at digitallocker.att.net.In case you are using an email client that is not mentioned here, you can simply use the mail server settings detail given in the former section of the article to set up your account easily.