Verizon mail is quite popular among the users due to its various fantastic features. With Verizon webmail, one can easily check his/her Verizon email from any Internet-ready computer. This is considered as excellent way to access your email when you're not near around to your own computer at the moment.
But, many times people faced various Verizon mail technical issues and they feel the need to take Verizon mail technical support to overcome such issues. Here in this post I’m going to mention most commonly issues occurred in Verizon mail along with their solutions.
Troubles in opening Verizon Emails
There are times when you become unable to view your email page while using Internet Explorer. Under such situations first make sure that you are not in compatibility mode. To do this, first go to the Tools and click “Compatibility View Settings” and simply uncheck “Use Microsoft Compatibility Lists”.
How to delete all inbox messages at once
There are many ways to delete all inbox messages at once. One quick way is to change the number of posts appeared to no limit and then go to your inbox and click the select all at top of list. At last click on delete button (if you don't want them to lie around for a few days in your "trash folder" choose empty for that folder).
Issues in changing Verizon Email settings
- For Windows Live
- Go to the Windows Live, click on Accounts then Properties.
- Choose the servers tab.
- Edit Incoming mail (POP3) to pop.verizon.net
- Change Outgoing mail (SMTP) to smtp.verizon.net
- Click on the advanced tab. Here, check the area underneath Server Port Numbers.
- In the Outgoing mail (SMTP) field type the number 465 and make the tick on “This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)”.
- In the Incoming mail (POP3) field, type the number 995 and make the tick on “This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)”. Once you are done, click on OK button.
- Close your Windows Live and then reload and send a test message.
Email settings for Android tablets and Phones
- Go to Settings> General, and click on Email.
- Choose Settings under Common Settings
- Enter your Verizon email account and then go to “More Settings”
- Scroll down and choose Incoming settings.
- In POP3 server field change “incoming.verizon.net” to “pop.verizon.net”, and change Security type to “SSL”
- In the Port field change 110 to 995. Hit “Done” appears at upper right corner.
- Scroll down and choose Outgoing settings.
- In SMTP server field change “outgoing.verizon.net” to “smtp.verizon.net”, and change Security type to “SSL”.
- In the port field change Port to 465. Hit “Done” appears at upper right corner.
- In the end send a test message to yourself to make sure settings are working properly.
For Ipad, iPhone (except iPhone 3) and iTouch
- Go to the option for Settings from your home screen and then select Mail, Contacts, and Calendars.
- Select the account you want to edit by entering that account.
- Move cursor below and click Advanced and tap to select.
- In the Incoming Settings, turn on SSL, make sure Authentication is situate to Password, and edit the Server Port to 995. Hit the upper left Verizon button to return to the previous screen
- Go to “Incoming Mail Server” and change it to “pop.verizon.net”.
- Scroll down to the Outgoing Mail Server and hit “SMTP”
- On SMTP screen, in Primary Server field tap “On”.
- Edit the Host Name in the field of Outgoing Mail Server to “smtp.verizon.net”, go for Use SSL, choose "password" beside Authentication and edit the Server Port to 465.
- Click on “Done”. Once the account is confirmed hit the Verizon key, then select “Done”. Once the settings have been confirmed, send a test message to make certain you settings are right