Verizon Email Settings
Did you know that you can manage your Verizon email accounts using numerous different email clients like Perspective, View Express, Microsoft View and Thunderbird? This website aims to furnish you with the information you need to understand the Verizon email settings.
To connect your email accounts to one of the above mentioned offline email clients, you will need to know your email login-your username and password-the incoming mail server and the outgoing mail server addresses. Generally, the default option for incoming email servers is set to POP3. To get the best of your email client, it is best to switch to IMAP instead. You can also check your emails remotely, but this option is only available if you buy a dial-up roaming connection from your provider.
Sometimes, because of your account’s default settings, you may only be able to check your emails through only a few of the conventional email clients you have chosen. This is because when emails are stored on your computer, they tend to be deleted from the Verizon server, making it hard to find them on the web. This problem can be solved rather easily, though. The solution is to change your settings so you can view your emails from both your conventional email client and your Verizon email accounts. A note of caution though, once the settings have been changed, and you come to the 'Leave a copy of emails on the server' option, you have a somewhat important decision to make. You should know that if it is checked, there is a greater chance for you to exceed your storage capacity. On the other hand, keeping it checked will make your email storage more secure and reliable.
Just about everyone has, at one point or another, forgotten their email ID and/or password. Not to worry, Verizon email settings allow you to retrive your password and/or email ID pretty easily. The steps to go through if you have misplaced your user ID and/or password would be the same. You will need your Verizon phone number and the email login for your account. If you have forgotten that too, Verizon email settings make getting it back simpler and easier. Just type in your Verizon phone number and follow the site’s instructions to obtain a short-term personal ID number. Once you get a response, do what the site tells you, and voila! In no time at all, you should be able to use your email client as you please. The process to regain your password is simple, and can be obtained by providing the site with your user ID.
Another common problem is when emails are eliminated before you've had the chance to read them. Again, the issue here is in the setup of the Verizon email options. Some emails might be removed if the junk filter is on, and too strict. Check your email settings. A good first place to look would be your 'blocked senders' list. The emails might be removed because the sender is on a blocked sender’s list. Another problem may be your spam filters. You might have to look for the 'Leave emails on the host' option. This is necessary if you want to be able to check your email from multiple computers. Emails could be getting removed if you set up an automatic delete.
The Verizon email settings are a joy to work with, and are easy to understand. If you have them set up right, you can be sure that you have a headache-free experience with Verizon Email.