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I want to automatically forward all my emails because it is just to much of a pain in the neck to try and open Comcast email, and the new sysytem is terrible.

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Re: Email forwarding


wakehamr wrote:

I want to automatically forward all my emails because it is just to much of a pain in the neck to try and open Comcast email, and the new sysytem is terrible.


You can always set up a desktop email client for your Comcast email, then you would not have to fuss over webmail.  There are a number of good, free email clients out there.  I use Thunderbird and have 12 email accounts set up in it, including Comcast, Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and three from my personal domain.  No problems with Comcast email.




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Re: Email forwarding


wakehamr wrote:

I want to automatically forward all my emails because it is just to much of a pain in the neck to try and open Comcast email, and the new sysytem is terrible.

 

Yes you can auto-forward your Comcast email.  If you are still on the old email format, from the Inbox page go to Preferences>>>>Email>>>>>Email Frowarding.  If you are on the new format, click on the gear icon in the upper right corner of the Inbox page, then on Settings.  Under Mail you will see Auto Forward.

 

But what Again suggested is the best way to go.  A desktop client offers so many advantages over any webmail interface.


 




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