Here are some common error messages—and what may be causing them.
You got error code 203.2
Your account may have been hacked, phished, or is at risk. For your protection, your account was locked. To keep your details safe, you should reset your password.
- Go to reset your password.
- Enter your user ID and the last name associated with your ID.
- Choose your verification method and follow the prompts.
- Enter and confirm your new password.
Your password doesn’t work on your smartphone
Did you recently change your email password or link your email to your AT&T user ID? Update your password on all your devices to access your email. Get more info about shared passwords
We can’t find that ID and password combination
Make sure you entered your ID and password correctly. For your protection, we may lock your account after too many sign-in attempts. If this happens, wait an hour or reset your password
Your account isn't active
Did you get a notice from AT&T Internet Services Security? If so, your email account was flagged for sending spam. Your email account security may be at risk. To reactivate your account, contact us
Learn how to guard your account against fraud and improve your security. Explore our Fraud & security resources
You got this error message: Accelerator Not Found
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