How to use AT&T email with Outlook

Nowadays, everyone uses emails to communicate. You use emails for everything, you need an email to get into a platform, to get goods from an online store and so on. AT&T creates for an email account when you configured your ISP. With AT&T internet plan you set up to 10 email addresses. Fortunately, you don’t need to manage all these emails each on their own, because Outlook has a feature, that allows you manage multiple emails at once. On top of that, Outlook has numerous features for simple and effective management of all your emails. For example, a calendar, contacts, categories and other features for communication management.

AT&T provides an enormous database for emails and huge potential for lead generation. To harvest these emails, we need special tools for it and they are email finder and email verifier. Email finder is tool used for extracting an email list in a bulk. Because AT&T allows people to make up to 10 emails, you will have a hard time figuring out which emails are used for personal purposes and which are just garbage. Email verifier another tool that offers a solution to this problem. Email verifier validates a bulk email lists, cleaning it from invalid and abandoned addresses. Moreover, email verifier detects bounced emails, so your email will always reach the recipient. Both, email verifier and email finder are shipped in a form of Chrome extensions for the best user experience.

Step 1

Go to your Outlook up. If you are using 2010 version press “File” at the top of the application. Press on the “Info” a go to “Account Settings”. Go to “Account Settings” one more time. For people who is using the 2007 version should press “Tools” button at the top of the application. Press “Account Settings” which is at the same position as “Tools”.

Step 2

Choose the “Email” in the menu. Press the “New” tab. Press the button, which stands next to “Microsoft Exchange”. Press “Next”. Make sure you have a checkup, which is right to “Manually configure server settings or additional server types”. Press “Next”. Select “Internet Email”. Press “Next”.

Step 3

Fill in the inputs which require you to type in your name and email address under the “User Information” section. In “Server Information”, select “POP3” from the special box window. Fill “” right in the “Incoming Mail Server” input. Write “” in the “Outgoing Mail Server” input. Put your name and password right in the “Logon Information” inputs. You will use these credentials to log into your webmail. Make sure you have a checkup in the box for your app to remember your password input. Follow with pressing “More Settings”.

Step 4

Choose the “Outgoing Server” button. Put a checkup mark in the “My outgoing server requires authentication”. Press the button which is right to “Use same settings as incoming mail server”

Step 5

Choose the “Advanced”. Put a checkup mark in the “This server requires an encrypted connection”. The number in the input should be changed to “995”. If nothing has happened, do it manually.

Step 6

Switch the “SMTP” input to the “465” and choose “SSL” from the box. Press “OK”. Press “Test Settings” to know that you are doing everything right.

Step 7

Finally, press “Next” following with “Finish” button.

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