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Sat, Jun 1, 2019 5:55 PM

Login to yahoo @att.net email

All of a sudden after I enter my email address and click to enter my password the browser takes to start over at att.net login ?

How do I stop the new screen and sign in at yahoo

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2.6K Messages

9 m ago

Announcement: If you received an email to set up password recovery options for your AT&T Mail account, it is the real deal from AT&T. If you find out that you cannot remember your email or password, we have solutions for you below. 

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Using a client? Can't Sign In? Yahoo.com vs Currently.com
If you are having a hard time using your client, you may need to set up AT&T's New Security Feature to sign-in. Sometimes we forget our passwords and enter the wrong one. Resetting your password is one of the fastest ways to get back into your account.  If you are routed to AT&T's Sign-in, this is normal. Just use your att.net, sbcglobal.net, or bellsouth.net as normal. 
Learn about Oauth and Secure Mail Key and compaible clients. Make sure you are using the right ID. Find it now. Still having trouble? Using a different browser or clear cache and cookies


If you are still having issues with loading the login page, go to currently.com and click on the mail icon at the top right.





15K Messages

2 y ago

Maybe the dust is starting to settle on the "great unmerge" (as I like to call it) of the att and yahoo accounting.  If you have an @att.net domain why wouldn't you expect or be surprised to be logging into att?  Aside from yahoo being the email service provider (ESP) for att, yahoo is an entirely distinct company run by one of att's competitors (verizon). Yahoo has their own home/portal page and att has their own distinct home/portal page (start.att.net).  Yahoo has their webmail you access from the yahoo home page and att has their own (although it is co-branded with both att and yahoo on the login page and the webmail again since yahoo is att's ESP).  It's a wonder the yahoo home page still takes you to att/yahoo webmail from their yahoo.com home page.

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