Because BellSouth was acquired by AT&T, customers need to log in using AT&T web email services. If the BellSouth email account is still active, the user will be able to log in AT&T's webmail page.Know More
Open an Internet browser. The website is compatible with any browser, including Internet Explorer and Chrome.
On the AT&T launch page, there should be an email icon in the upper right corner. Some versions may label this button as "mail." Click it to get to the log in screen.
Enter in the BellSouth email address in the username or email address field including the "@bellsouth.net" portion.
In the password field, enter in the account password. This will appear as dots or asterisks for security purposes. If you do not remember your BellSouth username or password, it can be retrieved by contacting AT&T's customer service department.
Once the email address and password fields are completed, click the "Sign-In" button below it. If the information is correct, this will enable the user to access to their Inbox. If the information is incorrect, the user will be taken back to the log in screen.
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