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This is weird. I can't access my email for one of my email accounts, but I can for the other two. Yet, for the one account, I can access my email on my Nook, just not on my laptop. Anyone have any ideas for me? Thanks.

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What happens when you try to access the account on the laptop?  Are you using an email client like Thunderbird or Outlook?  Or are you using your browser to just use the webmail?




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Re: email

Hello Latoque and thanks for answering.

 

I am using Mozilla Firefox. I can sign in to my account, but when I try to access my email all I get is a blue circle, spinning endlessly. After 15 minutes I closed it out. Then I called Comcast and was given a complaint number, or whatever they call it. I tried two other email accounts and have no problem. I tried accessing my email on my Nook, and have no problem. This makes no sense to me. I appreciate your thoughts on this.

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Try clearing out your browser's cache/browsing history. When you have done that, close out the browser and re-start it in a fresh session.

If that doesn't do it, then try using a different browser and see if you can duplicate the problem that way. If it works OK then you will know the problem probably lies with the first browser. eg: if you are using Firefox, try IE or Chrome.

Firefox is not an email client, but Mozilla Thunderbird is------is that what you are using?




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Re: email

Latoque,

 

Thank you!! Either Comcast got their act together or clearing the cache worked, and I tend to think it was the latter.

 

I feel like myself again.

 

Thank you.

 

Ann