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If you let the phone auto-configure the account, it should be using IMAP. That being the case, anything you see in the webmail interface should also be showing in the phone's Inbox folder. Did you manually set the phone to use POP3?
I would like directions on deleting from contacts and address book.
Twice now I have gone to recover emails and moved them to my inbox. I check the ones I want to recover with no luck. So far they have not appeared in my inbox. Can someone tell me what I am doing wrong?
When you move an email from the Trash back to another folder, it will put it in correct date sequence if that is how you have it set to sort. So if the date on the message you moved was an older one, scroll down to the correct date range and see if you can spot it.
Yesterday I received an email titled "Online Concealed Carry' ADDRESSED TO: (deleted)@comcast.net. Why am I receiving e-mail addressed to another person? I have received other e-mail messages similarly NOT addressed to me, typically advertising items in which I have no interest and, too often, repeat messages not addressed to me.
This annoyance may be peculiar to Comcast in which case I can change service providers.
My email is a verizon e-mail. If I cancel verizon and switch to Xfinitiy, can I keep and use my verizon e-mail which is now owned by AOL?
Did your domain get changed to AOL a couple of years ago? It looks like you can keep the Verizon address as long as you keep it active----------------
But you should check with their service reps to make sure. In the meantime, you can always migrate your email to Comcast---------------
I moved an email to a foldr . I lost the email. It was not moved. Xfiity's format for folder moving has changed and I can't figure it out.
I just received an e-mail that stated that my e-mail account needed to be updated for security reasons or my account would be locked. I DO NOT respond kindly to receiving e-mails that may be asking for information about my personal business including log-in information. I tried to forward the e-mail to you, but the system would not accept the e-mail address. If you are really trying to update the Xfinity security system and need something from me, you need to either call me or write me a letter. DO NOT lock my e-mail account over this or I may be forced to move my account to another company. I don't respond kindly to threats and I took the e-mail to be a threat. Please respond to this promptly so I know if the e-mail I received was legitimate or a scam.
A message like the one you describe is almost certainly a phishing email, a scammer attempt to steal login and account information. If you check your email with Comcast's Xfinity Connect webmail, look for the XFINITY Verified Email logo next to any message that claims to be from Comcast/Xfinity (see https://www.xfinity.com/support/articles/comcast-verified-email).
Please see Comcast Email Phish or Legit? How to Tell (and rules for posting) for more information about identifying, reporting, and posting phishing emails. The article is somewhat out of date, but still useful.
Samples of recent phishing messages can be found at http://constantguard.comcast.net/help/alerts under "Top Phishing Scams".
Can I change the label of email "set color"? Currently, the labels are the color names (e.g., the word "red" is used for the red color). I would like to rename the word "red" to "Critical." (I am not trying to change the color.)
Then I'll have to say no, there is no way to change that feature. However, thinking about it, you can accomplish the same thing by just creating folders/sub-folders with any name you like, say "Important" or "Follow up", then just move or copy emails from the Inbox to the appropriate folder. I can't think of any email program that lets you alter their flagging feature as you describe it.
I have noticed for some time now, that while streaming on my windows machine, using ANY browser, the loss of TLS encryption!
Why is this occurring? Wondering if this is because of the Adobe we are prompted or advised to use?