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Does anyone out there know how I can access my email without going through the stupidity xfinity puts on the home page that they call news? It absolutely infuriates me that all they can put on their homepage is negativity-especially when it comes to the political situation.

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A  better option is to enable the account in a desktop email client like Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail or some other.  That way you don't have to look at the homepage at all and your email is always available.

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i would also like to be able to skip the entire first webpage - nothing for me there

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A  better option is to enable the account in a desktop email client like Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail or some other.  That way you don't have to look at the homepage at all and your email is always available.




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This was a solution sant to me by another poster. Have not tried it yet.

A  better option is to enable the account in a desktop email client like Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail or some other.  That way you don't have to look at the homepage at all and your email is always available.