In the Displaynamefield, type the name that you want to display in your outgoing email messages.
Click Next. The Internet Email Address screen displays. In the Email address field, type your complete email address including the domain name. For example, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Email Server Names screen displays.
From the My incoming mail server field, select POP3 from the drop-down list. In the Incoming mail (POP3, IMAP, or HTTP) server field, type pop.att.yahoo.com. In the Outgoing mail (SMTP) server field, type smtp.att.yahoo.com.
Click Next. The Internet Mail Logon screen displays. In the Account namefield, type your account name.
This includes the letters, characters, and numbers to the left of the @ sign in your AT&T email address.
In the Password field, type your AT&T email password. Click Next. The Congratulations screen displays. Click Finish. Click on the account that you want to change.
9. Click on the Properties button.
10. Click on the Servers tab.
11. Check the Remember password checkbox and the My server requires authentication checkbox.
12. Click on the Settings button.
13. Select the appropriate Outgoing Mail Server settings:
14. If your Incoming Mail Server (POP3) is set to pop.att.yahoo.com, select Use same settings as my incoming mail server. 15. If your Incoming Mail Server (POP3) is set to something other than pop.att.yahoo.com, select Log on using, enter your full AT&T Email address (including domain) and Password, and leave Remember Password checked.
16. Click the OK button.
17. Click on the Advanced tab.
18. Check both boxes for Incoming and Outgoing Secure Socket Layer connections (SSL):
Incoming mail port #: 995, secure connection (SSL) checked.
Outgoing mail port #: 465, secure connection (SSL) checked.
Tip: Check the boxes before specifying port numbers.
Click Close button. All Steps Complete
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Re: My e-mail with Bellsouth.net ONLY receives Mails, unable to send out mails!
Just wanted to check in on you to see if the information BeeBeeSA provided got everything working. With your change from DSL to U-verse, the server information may have changed and the configuration settings he listed should hopefully get it going again.
Also, if you still notice problems with the smtp.att.yahoo.com, try changing it over to outbound.att.net.
You may, also want to verify your able to login to your webmail by going to mail.yahoo.com.
If you are still having issues, let us know the error you are getting, and we would be glad to help.
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