Access your Sbcglobal.net (AT&T) Account from an Email Program using IMAP

Sbcglobal.net (AT&T) provides IMAP access to your Sbcglobal.net (AT&T) account, so you can connect to your email from mobile devices and desktop email clients.

 
 

Sbcglobal.net supports IMAP / SMTP

This means you don't have to use Sbcglobal.net's webmail interface! You can check your email and send messages using other email programs (like Mailspring, Outlook Express, Apple Mail, or Mozilla Thunderbird). Using desktop email applications can improve your workflow. They typically offer more options, and your email is still available on your computer when you're disconnected from the internet.

Setup Your Sbcglobal.net Account with Your Email Program Using IMAP

To access your Sbcglobal.net email account from a desktop email program, you'll need the IMAP and SMTP settings below:

Sbcglobal.net (AT&T) IMAP Server imap.mail.att.net
IMAP port993
IMAP securitySSL / TLS
IMAP usernameYour full email address
IMAP passwordYour Sbcglobal.net password
Sbcglobal.net (AT&T) SMTP Server smtp.mail.att.net
SMTP port465
SMTP securitySSL / TLS
SMTP usernameYour full email address
SMTP passwordYour Sbcglobal.net password

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