AT&T (American Telephone & Telegraph) Email is a free web based email service provided to the customers of SBC & AT&T service. When you go to the SBC or www.att.net login page, you are re-directed to Yahoo login section. That is because AT&T and Yahoo were merged in 2003. SBC, then purchased AT&T for $16 million in 2005 and adopted its name and brand.
ATT Mail Login Procedures
From a web browser such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, type in www.att.net and Enter.
Click on Sign in link from the upper right hand side of the page.
When the ATT mail login page loads, make sure URL start with https://.
Type in your User ID or Email address in the first blank field. Enter your full email address including email extension for e.g. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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Enter password related to your e-mail account/address or User ID.
Check ‘Keep me signed in’ box if you want to save your password for future. Do not check the box if you are using a shared computer (library, cafe, office).
Click Sign In button for successful ATT mail login.
Change & Reset Your ATT Mail Login password
Email passwords are managed in myAT&T and cannot be reset from att.net. If your email address is linked to your AT&T Access ID, changing your AT&T access id password automatically changes your email to the same password.
If you use your actual email address as your AT&T access ID, changing your email password automatically changes your AT&T Access ID to the same password.
If you have merged your AT&T email with your AT&T yahoo.com email address, use your AT&T email address in the following instructions :
If You Forgot Your Email Password
Simply go to www.att.net. Click the Mail icon from the upper right side of the page.