|Overview||Opening in a Web Browser||Opening in an Email Application||Forwarding Mail to Another Account|
If you’ve read the att.net Mail Classic Quick Start tutorial, then you probably already know how to open and read your att.net Mail using a Web browser. This may be the most convenient way for you to read and send email from your att.net Mail account. And, maybe not...
Being the flexible, make-life-easier company that we are, we give you a variety of options for opening and using your att.net Mail. In this tutorial, we’ll show you several ways to do just that.
When you use this method, you’re connecting to a server somewhere in Yahoo!land that stores your att.net Mail (and all of your account information). Because you’re using a Web browser, you can access your email on virtually any computer in the world with an Internet connection.
If you have an email application, such as Outlook or Eudora, installed on your computer, or a PDA email application, such as VersaMail, installed on your mobile phone, you can set up the email application to connect to the att.net Mail server and access your mail account using the application.
Using this method, you can set up att.net Mail to forward all incoming email messages to another email address, even another att.net Mail address. For example, let’s say you have your Yahoo! account, email@example.com, and you have another email account, firstname.lastname@example.org. If most of your email comes to email@example.com, it might make sense to forward your att.net Mail to that account so you can read and organize all of your email in one place.
Accessing Other Email Accounts Through att.net Mail
If you’re looking for a way to manage multiple email accounts in one location, you might consider setting up your att.net Mail to receive and send email messages from your other email accounts. We cover this in the Accessing Other Email Accounts tutorial.
Using Multiple Email Addresses in One att.net Mail Account
If you create multiple email accounts to avoid giving your "real" email address to businesses and people you don’t know, use att.net Mail’s disposable addresses and access all your email in one place while cutting down on spam. Your att.net Mail account can have many disposable addresses. If you find that a particular disposable address is receiving lots of spam, delete it. Your real email address is still active and still relatively free of unwanted mail.