If you’re like many people, you probably have more than one email account. At the very least, you might have one for work (for example, email@example.com) and one for your personal email (like firstname.lastname@example.org). You might also have one for online shopping (email@example.com) and one for a business affiliation (firstname.lastname@example.org). Totalled, these examples equal four accounts and four different environments in which to read them.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could manage all of these accounts in one location? Yes, it would, and att.net Mail can help you do that.
In att.net Mail, you can:
Forward your att.net Mail messages to another email account (including another att.net Mail account). The Opening att.net Mail Classic Your Way tutorial shows you how. Using this option, your email is diverted to the other account and never sees the inside of your att.net Mail Inbox.
Allow an external email account to send and receive your att.net Mail messages. You’ll have to set this up in the external account—if it’s a att.net Mail account, you can learn how to do it in the Accessing Other Email Accounts tutorial. When you send and receive att.net Mail using an outside account, your att.net Mail messages are delivered to both accounts, so you can still read them in att.net Mail if you want. You can decide if you want to keep or delete the messages from your att.net Mail account.
Read your att.net Mail messages using an email application installed on your computer, such as Outlook or Eudora, or your mobile phone, such as VersaMail. Some email applications allow you to receive mail from more than one POP account at the same time. We cover this in the Opening att.net Mail Classic Your Way tutorial. You can decide if you want to keep or delete the messages from your att.net Mail account once they are downloaded to your email application.
Send and retrieve email from an external account (including another att.net Mail account) while working in your att.net Mail account. To retrieve messages from another account, the account must have POP3 access. Take a look at the Accessing Other Email Accounts tutorial.
In the Opening att.net Mail Classic Your Way tutorial, you’ll also find information on how to read your att.net Mail in a Web browser.
Our goal is to offer you the best email service available and to make it as easy and convenient as possible to access. Take a look at these options and choose the one that works best for you.