What are Verizon's Email Settings?


In 2017 Verizon email retired as an email provider from their people and then shifted to AOL email service provider. Eventually, users can still use their Verizon account just by making some amendments in the Verizon email settings.


Verizon email SMTP settings:

Set your smtp server address as smtp.server.net

The secure connection is SSL.

Smtp email address and password must be your Verizon account details. Ensure to remember that while you enter your email address enter the complete address including the domain name.

The port number must be 465.


Set up Verizon email as per these settings to work on it without much errors.


Setting up IMAP and POP3:

IMAP setting:

Server must be imap.aol.com

Server port must contain the number 993.

Encryption must be SSL.


POP3 setting:

Your server must be set properly as pop.verizon.net

Mark your POP as 995.

Finally encryption should be SSL.

These are the AOL for Verizon Webmail settings, set as the above said settings to work with your email without any error.


Reason for the Verizon's retirement

It permanently got retired because it says that they do not have any more email platforms, so instead of focusing on this if they focus on their other business they can increase their revenue.


Read Also: How Do I Set Up Verizon Email Settings?


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