BT Mail Login




There are a lot of free e-mail services available nowadays. BT Mail is a superfast fibre broadband e-mail service offered to BT customers with a broadband package including BT Broadband email. The BT mail login can be accessed from any device and any place with Internet access by logging in to your personal “My BT account” via BT.com. After logging in on your BT account, you can view your webmail, change your mail settings and send messages.

An extra functionality that is now offered by BT Mail is the possibility to add multiple email addresses from right within your BT account, so you can manage all of your information at one place. This new and integrated BT sign in keeps you from chasing down and remembering multiple passwords and login information settings.

Supported by British Telecommunications, BT Mail has its headquarters in London, United Kingdom and operates in over 150 countries worldwide. The business dates back to 1846 when Electric Telegraph Company was founded and created a national network for communications. British Telecommunications was established around 1980 and quickly became independent of its roots at the General Post Office.

BT is now one of the leading telecommunications industries in the country, priding itself on providing superfast fibre broadband performance along with BT broadband email. The BT Mail login has recently changed, allowing you to have several different previews as well as make changes to your view – options that are not always as robust as a user may like. In addition, the BT Mail service has made it easier to manage contacts throughout and across your different devices, while gathering additional information from your contacts that may be pertinent such as birthdays and even a photo to keep the face matched up to the name. Calendars have been improved to integrate more fully from BT Mail to your My BT Account for billing purposes. An updated tasks menu lets you track upcoming projects from directly within BT Mail so you will never be late on a project again.

BT Mail is one of the UK’s premier webmail offerings, and even includes integrated help functionality and smart search technology that will keep you productive and active no matter which device you are currently using to access your BT internet email.




  • BT Mail FAQ’s

    What are the BT SMTP, IMAP & POP settings?

    IMAP

    Incoming Mail Server: mail.btinternet.com

    Port: 993 (this should be automatically populated if you tick the SSL Encryption)

    SSL Encryption: Enabled (but not STARTTLS)

    Username: your email address including the @btinternet or @btopenworld.com part

    Password: your btinternet password

    Root folder/path:

    Folder separator: . (full stop)

    Please do NOT enable “secure password authentication” (SPA). It’s not needed when you use SSL encryption and won’t work.

    If your IMAP client supports it, we recommend you also set up the following folders:

    • Trash
    • Sent Items
    • Drafts

    POP3

    Server: mail.btinternet.com

    Port: 995 (this should be automatically populated when you tick SSL Encryption)

    SSL Encryption: Enabled (but not STARTTLS)

    Username: your email address including the @btinternet or @btopenworld.com part

    Password: your btinternet password

    POP from folder: By default, POP will pull emails from your Inbox

    SMTP

    Outgoing Mail Server: mail.btinternet.com

    Port: 465 (this may not be automatically populated on selection of SSL, so you’ll need to check this)

    SSL Encryption: Enabled (but not STARTTLS)

    Authentication: PLAIN

    Username: your email address including the @btinternet or @btopenworld.com part

    Password: your btinternet password

    How can I reset my BT Mail username?

    Without your BT account username you cannot login to your BT email account. You can retrieve your lost BT username by clicking here.

    How to reset my BT Mail Password?

    Did you forgot your BT Mail password? Don’t worry, you can reset your BT account password via the BT My Account page. Reset your BT password by clicking here.

  • BTInternet Email Settings

    BT Mail SMTP Settings

    SMTP

    Outgoing Mail Server: mail.btinternet.com

    Port: 465 (this may not be automatically populated on selection of SSL, so you’ll need to check this)

    SSL Encryption: Enabled (but not STARTTLS)

    Authentication: PLAIN

    Username: your email address including the @btinternet or @btopenworld.com part

    Password: your btinternet password

    BT Mail POP3 Settings

    POP3

    Server: mail.btinternet.com

    Port: 995 (this should be automatically populated when you tick SSL Encryption)

    SSL Encryption: Enabled (but not STARTTLS)

    Username: your email address including the @btinternet or @btopenworld.com part

    Password: your btinternet password

    POP from folder: By default, POP will pull emails from your Inbox

    BT Mail IMAP Settings

    IMAP

    Incoming Mail Server: mail.btinternet.com

    Port: 993 (this should be automatically populated if you tick the SSL Encryption)

    SSL Encryption: Enabled (but not STARTTLS)

    Username: your email address including the @btinternet or @btopenworld.com part

    Password: your btinternet password

    Root folder/path:

    Folder separator: . (full stop)

    Please do NOT enable “secure password authentication” (SPA). It’s not needed when you use SSL encryption and won’t work.

    If your IMAP client supports it, we recommend you also set up the following folders:

    • Trash
    • Sent Items
    • Drafts

    BT Mail on Blackberry

    1. On the home screen select Setup
    2. Select Email Accounts
    3. Select Internet Email Account
    4. On the email setup screen select Other
    5. Select the box underneath email address and enter your BT email address
    6. Select the box underneath password and enter your BT email address password
    7. Scroll down and select Continue
    8. Select Close

    BT Mail on Windows Phone

    1. On Start, swipe from left to right to access the App list and tap Settings
    2. Tap Email + accounts
    3. Tap Add an account
    4. Tap Other account
    5. Tap the ‘Email address’ box, then type your BT email address
    6. Tap the ‘Password’ box, then type your BT email address password.
    7. Tap Sign in

    BT Mail on Android

    1. Tap the Apps icon on your home screen
    2. Tap the Email or Mail icon
    3. Tap Other(POP IMAP)
    4. In the relevant boxes enter your full BT email address and password
    5. Tap Next
    6. Enter a name for the account e.g. BT Mail
    7. Tap Finish Set-up

    BT Mail on Apple devices

    1. From your home screen, tap on the Settings icon
    2. From the ‘Settings’ menu, scroll down then tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars
    3. Tap on Add Account…
    4. Scroll down and tap on Other
    5. Click Add Mail Account
    6. In the relevant boxes, fill in your BT email address and password, then click Next
    7. Your iPhone/iPad will then confirm it’s looking up your email. When it’s completed a number of checks, it’ll return you to the ‘Settings’ page confirming your account is configured
    8. Press the Home button then tap the Mail app to download your email
    9. If you’re able to receive email but get an error message when trying to send a mail (username and password not recognised) please check the correct settings have been automatically set for the outbound server. To do this:
      • Go to Settings
      • Tap Mail, Contacts and Calendars
      • Tap on your Account – ‘xxxxx@btinternet.com’
      • Again, tap on your account – ‘xxxxx@btinternet.com’
      • Scroll down and tap on SMTP
      • Tap on Primary Server
      • Check mail server address is set to ‘mail.btinternet.com’
      • Check Port number is set to ‘465’
      • Check SSL encryption is set to ‘ON’

    BT Mail Iphone

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