Setting up SBCGlobal email on various devices and email clients is a very difficult task to do. This is so because SBCGlobal is working under the umbrella of AT&T corporation, and thus, accessed through AT&T email servers. Many people confuse it for an independent email client and end up doing incorrect mail server settings while setting up sbcglobal email on iPad, iPhone or other devices and email clients. 

Therefore, it is to be kept in mind that while you went to set up sbcglobal email on iphone or iPad default mail app, that is, Apple Mail, you have to do the following mail server settings:

For Account Type: IMAP

Incoming Mail Server

  • Incoming server: imap.mail.att.net
  • Port Number: 993
  • Encryption Required: SSL

Outgoing Mail Server

  • Outgoing server: smtp.mail.att.net
  • Port Number: 465 or 587
  • Encryption Required: SSL

 

For Account Type: POP

Incoming Mail Server

  • Incoming server: outbound.att.net
  • Port Number: 995
  • Encryption Required: SSL

Outgoing Mail Server

  • Outgoing server: inbound.att.net
  • Port Number: 465 or 587
  • Encryption Required: SSL

 

Steps To Add SBCGlobal Email on iPhone or iPad

Following are the steps for setting up sbcglobal email on iphone sbcgobal.net:

  1. At first, you to your phone settings.
  2. Scroll down through the settings, find and tap on the Email tab.
  3. On the visible screen, tap on the Add Account.
  4. Select AT&T from the email service provider list, if it is not there, tap on “Others”.
  5. Now, enter your SBCGlobal email address (with @sbcglobal.net suffix) and password in their respective fields.
  6. Tap on the “Next” button. Wait for your account to be verified. If verification is not successful, then a page will appear where you have to enter the above mail server settings to set up sbcglobal email on iphone and choose from IMAP or POP account type.
  7. Once done, tap on the “Next” button and wait for verification.
  8. After the account is verified, add your calendar and contact to the email, and your SBCGlobal email is ready to be used on iPhone.

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