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Re: Windows 10, Live Mail, and Comcast email

The settings for POP3 are found here---------------

 

https://customer.xfinity.com/help-and-support/internet/email-client-programs-with-xfinity-email/

 

Comcast, like most ISPs now, does not support the use of port 25 for outgoing emails for security reasons.

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Re: Windows 10, Live Mail, and Comcast email

Incoming is  POP3

mail.comcast.net

server port 110

 

Outgoing is smtp.comcast.net

Server port 25

 

Hope someone can fix this!

Thanks.

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Re: Windows 10, Live Mail, and Comcast email

Please post ALL the settings you have set up in Live Mail.



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Windows 10, Live Mail, and Comcast email

I just upgraded to Windows 10 and was happy that it seemed so easy to set up my email in Live Mail. I can receive email just fine, but it won't send outgoing mails--says the connection to the server failed. Comcast says it's a Windows issue. That doesn't make sense, but there are no solutions in any of the Windows forums. Comcast just seemed satisfied that I could use the internet based mail and not concerned at all with functionality in Live Mail. Did I just get a slow tech or is there really no solution? How, then, can they say they support Live Mail?