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Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 2:47 PM

Using Your att.net on a Blackberry Device - Solutions From AT&T

 

Orange_Gear.jpgWe’re updating the way that you connect your AT&T Yahoo Mail to your BlackBerry device in December 2018. You’re impacted if you use Blackberry 10, BlackBerry 7 or earlier devices.

 

What this means for you

You may be asked to sign in again to your AT&T Yahoo Mail account and may need to complete the below steps.

 

How to change your Blackberry Settings For Email 

Note: Please make sure to have both your mobile device and a computer available.

 

Step 1 – Remove your account

You will need to temporarily remove your existing AT&T Yahoo Mail account from your BlackBerry device.

Step 2 – Re-integrate account

You will need to re-integrate the account by following the steps linked below for your device.

 

A BlackBerry Knowledge Base article on issues using AT&T Yahoo Mail on Blackberry is available here. We are working with BlackBerry on a solution to enable OAuth access for Android BlackBerry devices.

 

If you have further issues and need assistance, you may contact our advanced email support specialists by emailing: Attnetmail-support@att.com

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5 years ago

Happy Days are now here!!  ATT is now requiring the use of OAUTH on email devices. Sadly the BB device and many others including all but Microsoft 2019 do not use it to log into the Yahoo servers. So either use a browser to log in or buy another app. If you have multiple email addresses, you will now need to open and close browser to check each. Real nice. the reason stated is for additional security. Something makes me think it is to further monitor us and send more junk emails.

Maybe someone from ATT can reply and dare to offer information on how to use older apps or offer a list for free ones that will work .

 

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