Access your AT&T email account without an OAuth mail app or secure mail key
You can always read and manage your email through a Web browser at currently.com.
A secure mail key won’t affect your AT&T email password
You’ll still use the same password for your AT&T Mail account in OAuth-compatible apps, myAT&T, and other AT&T products like currently.com and webmail. When you change your AT&T email password, you won’t need to get a new secure mail key.
Keep your secure mail key as long as you like
Secure mail keys never expire.
Create a new secure mail key for a blocked or locked account
For safety reasons, we delete secure mail keys whenever we have to lock or block your account. If that happens, you’ll have to create a new secure mail key for each AT&T Mail account.
Give your secure mail key a nickname
Create a nickname to identify your secure mail key, especially if you have more than one. It’s much easier to recognize a nickname, like "Ari’s email" or "Kelly’s email", than the 16 random characters you entered when setting up your email.