Verizon provides email services for all customers who have migrated to AOL Email. However, if you have switched to other mail service providers like Outlook, you can still access your verizon.net email address. Here we will discuss various Verizon email settings such as SMTP, POP, and IMAP. SMTP is a protocol used for sending mails online, while POP and IMAP are used to receive incoming mails.
A POP account downloads all the incoming emails to your device, and these emails are only accessible locally. Unlike POP, an IMAP email account stores all the emails on the mail server rather than downloading them to your device. This makes a hassle-free experience for the end-user to remotely access the data as far as you have a reliable Internet connection.
Note down the Verizon Email settings as given. The SMTP server address will be smtp.verizon.net; the secure connection will be SSL; the SMTP username will be your email address; the SMTP password will be your account password; and the SMTP port number will be 465 (SSL).
Setting up your Verizon account in AOL is simple. Here is a step-by-step guide on AOL Verizon email settings in detail.
However, suppose you want to set up Verizon mail on an email application like the most popular Microsoft Outlook or Yahoo Mail. In such cases, you need to set up your SMTP and POP/IMAP settings. Now we have seen the simple steps to perform Aol Verizon email settings.
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