Accessing att.net Mail

Using a Web Browser Using the att.net Toolbar Using a Client Application Forwarding Incoming Mail

Accessing Your Mail From a Web Browser

att.net Mail is web-based. This means your att.net Mail account is actually a web site on an att.net Mail server. With your Member ID, you can access and send email messages using a web-based att.net Mail client from any computer with an Internet connection and a web browser.

Use the URL http://att.yahoo.com/mail to communicate with the att.net Mail server from a web-based mail client.

The supported web browsers are:

  • IE 5.5 and higher (for Windows)
  • Firefox 1.0 (for Mac and Windows)
  • Mozilla Suite 1.7
  • Netscape 7.2
  • Safari 3

When you use a web-based mail client, your email is stored in your mailbox on an att.net Mail server. None of the messages that you send or receive are stored on your local computer. The att.net Mail client lets you read, forward, organize, and delete email messages that are stored in your mailbox, plus send email messages.

 

Here’s How

  1. Make sure that the computer you are using is connected to the Internet.

  2. Open a web browser, such as Netscape Navigator, Mozilla Firefox, or Internet Explorer.

  3. Type the following address in the browser’s address box and press Enter:

    http://att.yahoo.com/mail

    The att.net Mail sign-in page appears in the browser.

  4. Type your AT&T email address (for example, username@att.net) and password, then click the Sign In button.

    Type your AT&T email address and password, then click the Sign In button.

    Your personal email page, What’s New, appears in the browser.

    The att.net Mail What’s New tabEnlarge

 

What’s Next

If you are using Internet Explorer with the att.net Toolbar, it includes tools to take you directly to your att.net Mail page.

You can also access your mail from another client application.


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Words to Know

  • Mail server: an application that receives incoming email and forwards outgoing email for delivery. A computer dedicated to running such applications is also called a mail server.
  • Member ID: the name by which a person is known to the AT&T and Yahoo! networks.
  • Web-based mail client: a program (usually a web site) that any computer with an Internet connection and a web browser can use to access the mail server.