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Comcast email.com or.net

i'm not able to use Comcast as an Internet provider if I get emails from a broker or a business associate they don't come through and there's nowhere for you to go in there to set up the pop settings or the HTML and I've been reading through the sunlight about switching over density and sending one email to Randy confirm so why do I pay Comcast every month and I have Xfinity as my cable company I'm told but now my bill says that Xfinity and Comcast Nobody at the technical side of the facility in house yesterday and explain this to me is Xfinity cheaper is it safe for the scam kiss more business associate really use third-party analytics for monetary gain or value
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@joe862 wrote:
i'm not able to use Comcast as an Internet provider if I get emails from a broker or a business associate they don't come through and there's nowhere for you to go in there to set up the pop settings or the HTML and I've been reading through the sunlight about switching over density and sending one email to Randy confirm so why do I pay Comcast every month and I have Xfinity as my cable company I'm told but now my bill says that Xfinity and Comcast Nobody at the technical side of the facility in house yesterday and explain this to me is Xfinity cheaper is it safe for the scam kiss more business associate really use third-party analytics for monetary gain or value

As a residential customer your email address ends in @comcast.net .  Using webmail there aren't any settings you can change or modify; you would have to use an email client to set up POP3 or IMAP.

 

FWIW, you don't pay extra for Comcast/Xfinity email services.  If you don't see it as a line item it's just something Comcast/Xfinity gives you for free.  You're also free to use any other email service you'd like, such as Gmail, Yahoo! email, outlook.com, etc.


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