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Monday, March 27th, 2023 6:54 PM

set-up outlook with snet.net

I have an email *.snet.net from 1999. I can't set up on outlook ( MS 365). Some say use POP some say use IMAP. Some say pop.mail.att.net. Mine said pop.mail.yahoo.com.

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We can assist you with setting up your Snet email, Pegmac.


You can use our guide for setting up AT&T email for Microsoft Outlook. The latest version we have is Outlook 2016, but steps should be the same.

  1. Open Outlook, select File, then Add Account.
  2. Choose Manual setup or additional server types.
  3. Select POP or IMAP.
  4. Fill in your user details.
    • Enter your name as you want it to display to others.
    • Enter your full AT&T mail address.
  5. Enter the server information.
    • Account Type - Select IMAP or POP3.
    • Incoming mail server - Enter imap.mail.att.net (IMAP) or inbound.att.net (POP3).
    • Outgoing mail server - Enter smtp.mail.att.net (IMAP) or outbound.att.net (POP3).
  6. Fill out the logon information:
    • User Name - Enter your full email address.
    • Password - Enter or paste your secure mail key.
    • Check Remember password and Require logon using Secure Password Authentication.
  7. Select More Settings.
  8. Complete Outgoing Server info.
    • Check My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.
    • Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
  9. Complete Advanced info.
    • Incoming server - Enter 993 (IMAP) or 995 (POP3).
    • Use the following type of encrypted connection - Choose SSL.
    • Outgoing server - Enter 465 (IMAP and POP3).
    • Use the following type of encrypted connection - Choose SSL.
  10. Select OK and then Next. Outlook will test your account info. If everything passes, select Finish.

To sync your email across devices, you'll want to use the IMAP server. Otherwise, use POP3.


If you need further assistance, let us know.


Aminah, AT&T Community Specialist

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