How do I make att Yahoo my homepage?
Click the General tab, and type in the address of the website you want as your start page under the ‘Home page’ heading. 3. Under Search click Settings then select your preferred search provider and click set as Default.
How do I change my att.net homepage?
Click the “Make AT.net your homepage” link on AT.net to assign the page as your browser’s homepage. A dialog box will open under the link displaying an icon, AT’s blue globe, and the wording “Drag Me under the icon. Click and drag the globe to the icon containing the picture of a house on your browser’s toolbar.
What happened to att.net email?
No, ATT is not discontinuing att.net email addresses. Yahoo has been the email provider for att.net addresses for many years now. Your/his att.net email has been on yahoo for a long time.
Is att.net same as att com?
att.net is now currently.com. Make it your own. It’s easy to personalize your news feed, manage your AT services, and more.
How do I get my att.net email?
Set up an email account
- Go to currently.com and select Sign In.
- Choose Create AT Account.
- Enter your wireless number and ZIP Code.
- Enter the code and select Continue.
- Complete the info to create your new AT email address and password.
- Enter your profile info and security questions and answers.
Is att.net Now Yahoo?
AT has now assigned the att.net domain and AT Yahoo! Internet service in the AT Southeast (BellSouth) Region.
Is att Yahoo Mail changing?
Your At&t/Yahoo Mail version is outdated and has expired. Failure to Upgrade to the newest At&t/Yahoo Mail 8 now will result to a permanent account closure. According to provision 18.1 of Terms and Conditions, At&t/Yahoo may at anytime terminate its services for accounts.
Are AT and Yahoo Connected?
What is Happening? Beginning mid-November 2017, you will no longer be able to sign in to myAT or att.net with your Yahoo ID. Beginning early December 2017, all merged email accounts will be separated into two separate email accounts.
How do I create a new AT email account?