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i.map.comcast.net

every time I go into my mail I get a message box that pops up that says "cannot get mail i.map.comcast.net server is not responding,

check to see that you are properly signed in or have correct password",  then when i go to comcast i am told that i.map.comcast

does not exist at this time??? how do I get rid of this "needless & useless" step? and how do I get the right server?

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Re: i.map.comcast.net

Which email program are you using?  The settings for email clients are:  check all settings in whatever Email program you are using.

 

Incomg server: imap.comcast.net

Port is : 993 with SSL. ON

Outgoing server is 465 with SSL ON

Under tgecserver tab, check:  

This server requires Authentication

 

Do not check SPA ( secure password authentication.,

 

Which browser/ version are you using?Did yiu clear your browser cache?  Please do.

 

Which email program and versiin are you using?

 

Have you tried a different btowser to see if the issue is with your current browser?

 

Post back with all the answers please.

CC

 



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Re: i.map.comcast.net


comcastcoletteb13 wrote:

every time I go into my mail I get a message box that pops up that says "cannot get mail i.map.comcast.net server is not responding,

check to see that you are properly signed in or have correct password",  then when i go to comcast i am told that i.map.comcast.net

does not exist at this time??? how do I get rid of this "needless & useless" step? and how do I get the right server?

 


What I highlighted in bold is your problem. When the client was set up for Comcast mail, it was entered as i.map.comcast.net

 

Carole provided the correct incoming server which is imap.comcast.net

 

The error you receive is correct because there is no i.map.comcast.net server




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