Use the Verizon email login page to access your account at Webmail.Verizon.com and check inbox messages, send new mail, and manage your preferences online.
A central desktop application for computers and mobile webmail for smartphones use a drag and drop feature to receive new emails from others.
Migrated users start at https://webmail.verizon.com/signin/Login.jsp and enter your assigned Verizon email login in the User ID field. You will not enter your password for security reasons until the next page after the User ID box.
Note that business and government users have a different login page and it can be found below in our resources section along with the tool to reset a lost or forgotten password when your email is not working.
There have been some new improvements to webmail by Verizon that are highlighted in this tutorial, including delivery notification updates and folder sorting.
Folders are sorted on the right where you can rename and add a folder to drag messages in that you want to save for a later date. Multiple emails can be moved at one time.
Your Verizon email login will take you to the dashboard where you will see a messages inbox, drafts, sent folder, spam detector, address book for stored contacts, and a settings tab.
The setup tab in mail settings will be used for adding a signature, setting blocking rules and filters, or changing POP account settings to a new server and port.
Search contacts in the message composer without leave the compose new message view and add CC or BCC contacts to the email before sending. Message priority will help automatically identify important incoming emails and direct them to the folders you have designated.
Stop spam by using the safe list and block list features in your Verizon email to keep friends and family from being blocked. Your dashboard is allowed to be customized with items per page, time zone, default language settings, and desired interface.
If you find your Verizon email login is slow or having problems online signing into the service, change the desired interface to basic. Faster connections will be able to use the rich text format.