Advanced Topics

Once you've mastered the basics of Frontier Mail, you can move on to more advanced topics and enjoy even more benefits.

To add an external account (such as Gmail or ATTmail) to your Frontier Mail account:

  1. Log in to the  Frontier Account Editor* with your main Frontier, FrontierNet, Citilink, CTAZ, Newnorth, Epix, or GVNI email address.
  2. Click Preferences > Accounts > Add External Account.
  3. In the External Account Settings section of the page, enter your External Account's email address in the Email address field.
  4. Enter a name for your External Account in the Account Name field.
  5. Select the appropriate Account type (POP3 or IMAP).
  6. Enter the Username, Email Server (POP3 or IMAP) and password.
  7. Choose to either download messages to your Inbox or to a folder with the same name as your External Account.
  8. Click Save under Preferences.
  9. When complete, you will see a success message. Click OK.

Note: You must use your main email account username/password to connect to the Internet. Once you have logged in with this account, you may then use your main or any additional email account(s) to access email.

* You must be on the Frontier network in order to access the Frontier Account Editor. If you are in a hotel or at the office, you may not be able to access the Frontier Account Editor.

Still need help? Call 1.800.239.4430 or Live Chat

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