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In the wake of going through a few hours looking into this issue and managing "tech-no-support" over ATT I've made sense of the arrangement. In record settings Change the approaching POP server to "" Change the active server to "" Click on the "More Settings" catch then "cordial server" tab, select "my active server requires confirmation" at that point select "sign on utilizing" and enter your ATT username and secret key. **** on the "propelled" tab and select "this server requires an encoded association (SSL), port 995 for approaching and 25 for out. select "alright" It would give the idea that Oulook and the servers don't convey (I can get my mail on my telephone utilizing the att servers) so this is by all accounts the best workaround. furthermore, my settings didn't change, MS isn't flawless so anybody expressing or inferring that the issue is the client and not the product, you're not being useful.

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Know How To get through ATT.NET Email Settings for Outlook 2010

We all faces down with some other problems related to outlook . Due to which all our work related tends to get slower down

Here, everytime i come here i do mention one of this problem & solutions to it
So todays topic is ATT.NET Email Settings for Outlook 2010

Follow the below mentioned step for the solutions

Solution 1 – Check your antivirus

Solution 2 – Make sure that your account is properly configured

Solution 3 – Use IMAP instead of POP account

Solution 4 – Remove your email profile

Solution 5 – Start Outlook in Safe Mode

Solution 6 – Switch to Google DNS

Solution 7 – Use webmail or a different email client

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