Email Migration Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs for Small Business Customers
Verizon has retired our email service. We have completed our notifications regarding this change, and customers no longer have the option to keep their Verizon.net email address or extract and move their data to another service provider.
If you currently access your Verizon.net email through AOL, access your mail by going to mail.aol.com
If you access your email through Yahoo, please go directly to verizon.yahoo.com
For support and help with your email, please contact your email provider directly.
I did not migrate my @verizon.net email address to AOL or extract my data. (i.e Contacts, Calendar information). What can I do?
Customers no longer have the option to keep their Verizon.net email address or extract their data to another service provider. All verizon.net email, calendar and address book content that was not migrated to AOL or moved to a third party email provider before December 15, 2017 has been deleted from our systems.
Why is Verizon leaving the email business?
Over the years we realized that there are more capable email platforms out there. As a result, we made a decision to get out of the email business and focus our energies in providing you with the best in Internet and TV experiences.
I am having problems signing into AOL with my @verizon.net email address.
I am having problems signing into Yahoo with my @verizon.net email address.
Who should I contact if I need help with my email? (forgotten passwords, lockouts, user names, settings & all other email related questions)