AT&T account is a private email account and works best for sending and receiving emails. It even allowed you to possess your Yahoo mail account merged, so you’ll manage both accounts under one roof. But, with the news of AT&T and Yahoo mail getting unmerged, it became obvious that the AT&T and Yahoo users were going to face difficulty. Moreover, their partition was seen as a security and to offer better security to their users. Both of them decided to work separately. This partition gave rise to many questions, and users have been left wondering, “how do I separate my Yahoo email from ATT?”
Nevertheless, this blog will answer all such queries raised in the user’s minds regarding the validity of their accounts.
Steps to Separate Yahoo Mail Account from AT&T Email
Below is the stepwise procedure that will help you separate Yahoo Email Account from AT&T:
- Visit the official AT&T website link and sign in to the AT&T Email Account by entering the ‘User ID’ and your password along with it.
- Then you have to select the ‘Profile’ option under ‘MY ATT’ from the top navigation bar.
- After that, right under ‘AT&T Email Accounts,’ click on the same ‘Account Profile’ option.
- Then, go to the ‘User Information’ tab and select the ‘Delete Account.’
- Now, wait for few seconds, and when the ‘Delete Email’ confirmation pop-ups are on display, you have to select the ‘OK button to confirm it.
- After this, go to Yahoo sign-in page and log in to your Yahoo account using the Yahoo user ID and Password. Then, click on ‘Sign-in’ to open Yahoo Mail.
- After that, to continue using Yahoo email separately, you have to select the ‘Unmerge’ button, which is there in the bottom right corner of your Yahoo page.
- That’s it! Doing so will unmerge AT&T Yahoo email accounts.
And, this is how you can easily use your Yahoo Mail and ATT email account separately. However, even after doing it, if nothing changes, then you will have to take help from the technical expert team of Yahoo and SBCGlobal.net. They will surely help you with some more solutions to separate these email accounts