Thunderbird ATT Email which keeps asking for password on every send regardless of account,. Send and receive to the ATT Email Support but every time when a customer send an email, regardless of the account, get a pop-up asking for my ATT Email Password Reset user name and password. It doesn’t matter if the “save password” box, it continues to ask for the credentials every time. It also pops up periodically during the day at random times. Sometimes the customer has to click [Ok] five to eight times in succession before it quits popping up. Able to send and receive mail from the ATT account in Outlook.
Logged on to the ATT.net site, check att email password clicked mail and logged in(or get att email support), gone directly to mail.yahoo.com, as you have seen in other posts, but the both redirect to mg.mail.yahoo.com. Log on without any trouble and send mail.
Thunderbird ATT Email Password Reset
Follow the simple steps to get ATT Email account back:
- Login to both att.net (then click on mail) and mail.yahoo.com.
- They are 2 different authentication sites, and you may be able to access one but not the other.
- Make sure you logout after going to each site.
Also, try resetting your password to something different. Along with that, if you do not have an active AT&T internet account (DSL or U-verse), this may be the reason your E-mail does not work. We have seen it work sometimes, but the free AT&T E-mail reset do not support 3rd party E-mail clients.
Finally, if still having issues, we suggest deleting your outlook profile and setting it up again. Also, if you have a spare computer that is not using the profile, you can try setting it up on that to see if it will work.
You may be affected by a Windows 10 bug introduced by an update for the Windows 10 OS.
Use the following steps to correct issue of ATT Email :
- Restart your computer and if this does not resolve issue proceed to next step.
- Access Start on your PC.
- Select All Programs > Accessories.
- Right-click the Command
- Select Run as Administrator to open a Command prompt.
Run the following commands in the listed order, and then check for resolution:
- Type netsh winsock reset and press Enter.
- Type netsh int ip reset and press Enter.
- Type ipconfig/release and press Enter.
- Type ipconfig/renew and press Enter.
- Type ipconfig/flushdns and press Enter.
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