Thank you for your reply, and, I am glad that it works for you. If I have logged into the comcast page, it works, but, if I am not logged in, it does not. Last night, I configured outlook to work with comcast mail, and all is fine.
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Folks, I came here looking to see if I could have a URL that I could go directly into the email (Similar to OWA client) I am replying particuarly to the last poster, as, it seems that it was a bit rude, even though, I am sure the intent was good. In any case, how do we request a fix for this issue? I too would prefer to just go in and check my email. I also do not think it makes good business sense to tell customers to just get a different email product. I, personally would think that a more pro active response would have been to explain why it is the way that it is, and, to possibly direct the customer to where they could create a ticket to perhaps let the programmers know that this might be something that would be needed. As an IT engineer, with over 30 years of programming experience, I know that this could be fixed. The real question would be, if the corporate folks think that it is worth the resources to fix the issue. I would hope that Comcast / Xfinity does care about their customer base, and that there would be a way to proactively suggest fixes of this nature. Until they can fix this, I found that they do have a way to configure Outlook 2010 to use their mail servers. I will look into that one further. Thanks to all of the posters for all of the attempts at rectifying this issue.
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