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Add AT&T email to your wireless devices

Learn how to set up or check AT&T email on your mobile devices.


Learn how to set up email on your device

View tutorials and videos that help set up your email.Learn more

Get a secure mail key

A security upgrade is coming to AT&T email, so if you have certain types of email apps, you’ll have to update your settings.

If your device is affected, be sure to create a secure mail key. You’ll need it to set up or keep getting your AT&T email with a mobile app.

If you use one of these email apps, you won’t need a secure mail key.

Device & operating system (OS)

iPhones & iPads running iOS 9.0 and above
Apps and programs that use OAuth:
  • Apple Mail
  • Outlook Mobile
  • Yahoo Mail app
Android devices running Lollipop/5.0 or above
Apps and programs that use OAuth
  • Gmail
  • Outlook Mobile
  • Yahoo Mail app

Set up AT&T email on smart devices

Each mobile operating system (OS) has different instructions. For device-specific help, check out our email & messaging tutorials.

When you configure your account, use these server settings:

  • Inbound server: (Port 993)
  • Outbound server: (Port 465)

  • Inbound - server hostname: (Port 993)
  • Outbound - server hostname: (Port 465)

Heads up: The instructions above apply to these AT&T domains -,,,,,,,,,,,

Get AT&T email from basic phones

If you have a basic phone, you don’t have to worry about a secure mail key. You’ll access your AT&T email from the Web.
  1. Go to
  2. Select the mail icon.
  3. Enter your sign-in info. If you save your password, you can access your email when you select the mail icon.