A webmail service is supposed to work smoothly on any web browser, but this isn’t what happens with SBCGlobal email. It apparently has stopped working on Google Chrome, and people are facing SSL error. Let us find out as to what this entire problem is and how to fix it.
SBCGlobal email is a fast, efficient and reliable email service that is completely managed and controlled by AT&T. SBCGlobal email is one of the most reliable email services in the world today as it has got many amazing features available for the users.
But, SBCGlobal email like all other email services can cause issues at times, as it has done it in the recent times as well. People using SBCGlobal email on Google Chrome browser are facing all sorts of issues. Of all the issues, ‘SSL Error’ is the most annoying and persistent. They have tried all sorts of solutions, but the problem of ‘SSL Certificate Error’ remains as it is. This problem has been the main cause of frustration among the users as all their work has been stopped because emails play a big role in work.
Users have seen that when they put ‘https://www.sbcglobal.com’ in the address bar, then they see a red sign before ‘https://’, which clearly indicates that the security level is absent. People are not sure whether to log into their SBCGlobal email account when the site is not secured because if it is a replica site, then there are chances that the sign in information that they enter will be leaked to someone who could use it to their own selfish purposes. To fix the issue, people have tried all sorts of things, from changing ports to changing specific settings in their SBCGlobal email.
People have tried to access the email on other browsers and it seemed to work just fine. Therefore, it is confirmed that the issue is arising particularly in SBCGlobal email.
To fix this issue, people will have to enable Secure Sockets Layer. Let us now discuss how to enable SSL in order to get rid of this issue:
- On the Google Chrome web browser, click the ‘Menu’ icon followed by ‘Settings’.
- Under the ‘Settings’ menu, click ‘Show Advanced Settings’.
- Now, click the ‘Content Settings’ option, which you can see in the privacy section.
- You are now going to see a dialog box appearing in the ‘Cookies’ section, so make sure to select ‘Allow local data to be set’ option to permit both first and third party cookies.
- Click ‘Done’ to complete the process.
Following these steps, you will be able to activate SSL on Google Chrome web browser. By activating SSL, you can easily use your email account and other websites that were blocked until now.
If SBCGlobal email hasn’t started working after you have successfully performed the aforementioned steps, then you have no other option but to take help of SBCGlobal support. They will help you identify the problem along with its appropriate solution so that your email doesn’t stop working on Google Chrome browser.