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AT&T Support>> How to check your email client settings for the AT&T email (POP3 and IMAP)?

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The desktop programs like outlook, Apple mail, or mobile email app will either use IMAP or POP3 service for receiving and sending the messages. Though this process is a bit difficult for any non-tech person in spite of that, you can easily configure it after going through this particular section of the article and easily avoids calling on the AT&T 1800 customer service number. If you are facing any problem, then you don’t need to hesitate and compromise in taking help from the AT&T customer service phone number which connects you to the AT&T customer service representatives.

For POP3 protocol:

Email protocol: POP3.

Inbound server: inbound.att.net.

Inbound port: 995.

SSL: Yes.

Outbound server: outbound.att.net.

Outbound port: 465.

If you find any difficulty while accessing the ports on your device, then simply place a call on the AT&T tech support number for getting help from the experts.

For IMAP protocol:

Email protocol: IMAP.

Inbound server: imap.mail.att.net.

Inbound port: 993.

SSL: Yes.

Outbound server: smtp.mail.att.net.

Outbound port: 465 or 587.

The server settings and port settings are a bit difficult to handle. But you can do this procedure without the need of calling on the AT&T 1800 customer service number so if you are unable to adjust the ports and server, then you should ask for the assistance from the AT&T customer service with the help of the AT&T customer service telephone number, where the AT&T customer service representatives help you according to the issue you are facing. The AT&T customer service numbers are always available for their customers in the time of the need.

AT&T Support @ +1-888-900-0401:

For all the issues related to AT&T Email service dial +1-888-900-0401 to get your issues fixed or visit: AT&T Support Get all the issues fixed with the help of AT&T Email customer Service.

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