Are you having trouble with sbcglobal login? I had the same problem recently and here is how I fixed it. First, I went to BC Emails’ website and then manually tried to open an email account. Nothing was working, so I turned to search for some information. I then noticed a “gear” icon in my taskbar and opened that up.
Then I tried to view the help files of any problems and this caused another error message to pop up. But it was good, since at least I understood what the problem was. After checking all the possible error messages, I realized that sbcglobal email accounts are not working properly anymore because I was accessing them incorrectly in the first place.
The problem was that sbcglobal uses some unknown 3rd party software by default which is not installed on your system. This software will be unable to access your email accounts because they were accidentally deleted by Windows. To fix this problem you need to access your computer’s registry (it’s located in the back left part of your PC) and reinstall the latest version of “Run” and” Registry Repair”. This will allow you to read all the data that has been damaged by Microsoft and will allow sbcnational to run correctly again.
After doing these steps, I was able to get sbcglobal email working again and there was no sign of the emails disappearing. The problem was that they had been accidentally deleted by Windows and I had not been able to retrieve any passwords or other information that could have allowed me to access my email accounts. It certainly made me wonder if Microsoft have made any changes to the way they do things since the last time I had problems with BC Emails.
The next thing I tried was to try and get hold of the email client software that Microsoft has developed to be able to get my sbcglobal email working again. Unfortunately, this link labelled “forgot password” did not work and I was not able to get through to them. It did show that the user id that I used to log into sbcglobal was still the same. It also said that I was not the only person with that email address, so it looked like this method had not worked.
However, the best way to fix sbcglobal email for Microsoft Exchange is to use the “macros & access profiles” link at the top of the screen. You can then set each user id to the value you have just typed in and then click the “OK” button to continue. This worked perfectly and I have now been getting normal emails from whoever it is that sent me the original email message!