SBCGlobal.net mail

What is sbcglobal.net


SBCGlobal net as an internet and email provider has quite an interesting history - the service used to be Southwestern Bell Inc. which later became AT&T. In 2008, ATT stopped using Google for it’s email services and instead started using Yahoo Mail Services, which greatly changes its login functionality, especially when using external email apps. In 2016, ATT began using Synacor for all of it’s internet services.

How do I log into my sbcglobal net email

How to access sbcglobal net email? Since SBC Global net domain belongs to AT&T you need to use the AT&T webmail to access your SBC email- signin.att.com.

SBCGlobal.net email not working

If you have a problem with sbcglobal email not working in external apps you might have forgot to update your password with a Secure mail key!
Ever since Yahoo implemented an OAUTH protection on their accounts, you need a special password to access your email in external apps, which they call the Secure Mail Key. You can create a Secure Mail Key here.

Then simply open you current account settings and replace your password with the Secure mail key.

How do I access my sbcglobal net email in eM Client?

Once you add your sbc global net email account to eM Client it will just download or synchronize your emails for you and you can just check them inside the program. You can go to Menu > Accounts and click the 'New Account' button.
Then simply insert your sbcglobal.net email account and for password you just use your Secure Mail Key.

sbcglobal imap settings

Incoming Server – IMAP Outgoing Server – SMTP
Server imap.mail.att.net smtp.mail.att.net
Port 993 465
Security SSL/TLS SSL/TLS
Username Your full email address Your full email address
Password Your password Your password