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Learn how to set up an AT&T email: 

AT&T is one of the most used email platforms that can be used by people to communicate online. You can easily set up the AT&T mail on your device and access all its features. To find out more, follow the below-given details.

Steps to set up the AT&T email

  • To set up the AT&T email, first of all, open your phone or computer and go to the settings section.
  • Now under the settings section, tap on the File tab followed by the account settings
  • Next, pick the AT&T Account from the list and select the option change.
  • Moving on, confirm and check the IMAP and POP settings.
  • Now enter the full username of AT&T that you use. Move to the password field and enter the password that you use to log in to your account.
  • Once done, now tap on the option of ‘remember the password’ so that in case you end up forgetting the password of your account, the device will remember it to log in.

And hence you are done! With the help of the above steps, you can set up ATT Email server settings on your device. In case you come across any doubt, contact the customer care team of the ATT.

POP3 and IMAP email settings:

The settings written down is good for these domains:,,,,,,,,,,, or

Email protocol Inbound server Inbound port SSL Outbound server Outbound port
POP3 995 Yes 465
IMAP 993 Yes 465 or 587

Att email server settings for Outlook:

    • Account Type - Select IMAP or POP3.
    • Incoming mail server - Enter (IMAP) or (POP3).
    • Outgoing mail server - Enter (IMAP) or (POP3).
  1. Complete the Logon Information:
    • User Name - Enter your full email address.
    • Password - Enter or paste your secure mail key.
    • Check Remember password and Require logon using Secure Password Authentication.
  2. Select More Settings.
  3. Complete Outgoing Server info:
    • Check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.
    • Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
  4. Complete Advanced info:
    • Incoming server - Enter 993 (IMAP) or 995 (POP3).
    • Use the following type of encrypted connection - choose SSL.
    • Outgoing server - Enter 465 (IMAP and POP3).
    • Use the following type of encrypted connection - choose SSL.
  5. Select OK and then Next. Outlook will test your account info. If everything passes, select Finish.

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