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If you click on "Attachments", you will see a menu asking you to navigate to a file on your computer. That is normal. Are you saying something else is going on?
I tried sending a test email without putting any attachments in the clearly visible paper clip attachment location. The email was sent without any attachments, or any reverences/links to my private files. It is apparently a change Comcast put into its "compose" format. No real problem at all.
I've not encountered this before. Are you using a desktop client like Thunderbird, or just the webmail interface? What kind of attachment is it?
Whenever I try to compose a message to send, it shows an unasked-for attachment containing references to private files of mine. I can't find a way to stop this.
Can anybody help?