SBCGlobal Email Showing SSL Error When Accessed From Google Chrome

It has been a long while since SBCGlobal ATT mail has joined hands with Yahoo mail. People who were using SBCGlobal email can now login into their accounts through Yahoo page. Well, this has open up new doors for the people because SBCGlobal email didn’t has as many features as Yahoo has. So, this association has proven beneficial for the SBCGlobal users.

Having mentioned that, it is also to be taken into the consideration that people are not able to access their ATT Yahoo mail on Google Chrome browser. Whenever they try to access their email, they get a SSL error. It doesn’t matter what they do with their AT&T Net email login, they get a SSL certificate error. This problem has been frustrating people because their important work is stored in their emails, and with this issue coming out of nowhere, they are not able to access their emails.

SBCGlobal Email Showing SSL Error When Accessed From Google Chrome

They have also told that the https:// is coming in red and is also crossed out, which means, the security level is not there. It would be big risk for the people to use their email accounts on an unsecured network. People have done all sorts of things like, changing ports, changing other SBCGlobal email settings, but there hasn’t been a solution for this problem. They simply don’t know how to fix the issue.

The problem is predominantly arising when people are trying to do SBC Yahoo login from Google Chrome, as they have tried using the email through Internet Explorer and were able to use it.

There are certain steps that you have to follow in order to enable Secure Sockets Layer enabled. So, without any further ado, let me just write down the steps, which you will follow in the exact same order.

  1. SBCGlobal Email Showing SSL Error When Accessed From Google ChromeOn your Google Chrome browser, click on the menu icon.
  2. Select ‘settings’.
  3. Under the settings menu, click ‘show advanced settings’.
  4. Now, you have to click on ‘content settings’ option, which is given in the privacy section.
  5. You will see a dialog box appearing in the ‘cookies’ section, so you have to make sure that you have selected ‘allow local data to be set’ option in order to allow both 1st party and 3rd party cookies.
  6. Click ‘done’ to finish the process.

By doing this, you will be able to active SSL on your Google Chrome. With the activation of SSL, you will be able to use your email account and various other sites, which stopped working previously.

But what if the SBCGlobal email login is not working even after performing the above-mentioned steps? Well, then you have to get in touch with email help and support providers. They know what the issue is and how to get it sorted out. So, don’t forget to call them or email them when you come across any problem related to SBCGlobal email.

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