Solution: The guidelines in this paper only apply to customers who already have their Xfinity email accounts configured via POP.
Moreover, this guide assumes that while you’ve setup your mail via POP, after you downloaded messages on the server, Comcast is a famous internet service, the ISP, that offers free email accounts to subscribers via the ISP in the USA.
A popular task that Comcast subscribers face is to download and send emails via their Comcast email account.
Comcast email support all major on the market e-mail programs and can be used for safe and safe POP3 e-mail.
Settings for Comcast Email
The following settings should be used to send and receive email in order to set up Comcast email (@comcast.net):
- Incoming Mail Server Name: imap.comcast.net
- Incoming Mail Server Port Number:
- Recommended: 993 with SSL ON
- Only if Needed: 143 with SSL ON
- Outgoing Mail Server Name: smtp.comcast.net
- Outgoing Mail Server Port Number:
- Recommended: 587 (SMTP)
- Only if Needed: 465 (SMTPS)
- SSL Encryption: checked
- Authentication: Xfinity username and password required
POP will create less than an optimum experience with recovering email, particularly when using various phones to verify your email. IMAP over POP is highly recommended as this will maintain your emails synchronized across various devices. If for any reason you need to use POP, you can use the following link data:
- Incoming Mail Server Name: mail.comcast.net
- Incoming Mail Server Port Nu.mb.er: 995 (POP3 With SSL)
Please note that the Port Nu.mb.er 110 inbound mail server will no longer be supported. Please update your configuration to Port 995 if you want to proceed using POP. To do this, discover the Settings or Preferences section of your email application on the device you use to access your Comcast email account. Note that port configurations may be situated under sophisticated environments depending on your email implementation.
In Outlook Express, Comcast Email Settings
Step 1 Double click the program icon to open the Outlook Express or pick “Program Files” from the Start menu.
Step 2 To operate an internet connection wizard, select “Tools,” “Add,” and “Mail” if it does not begin automatically.
Step 3 Select a fresh radio “Create a fresh webmail account,” if it is not already chosen, then “Next” click on the next button.
Step 4 Enter an email account name in the menu box shown and press “Next.”
Step 5 Enter complete comcast email address in a screen displayed below and then click “Next.”
Step 6 On the menu below, select “POP3” and enter “mail.comcast.net” in the “POP3, IMAP or HTTP” section. Enter’ smtp.comcast.net’ in the’ Server of output mail’ (SMTP), then press’ Next.’
Step 7 Enter a name for an account in the’ Name of account ‘ sector. The name of the account is the component of an email address before the “@” sign. Enter the password in the text field “Password.” Check “Remember password” so that when you open Outlook Express the account logs in automatically. This option should not be verified if the user wants to enter the password manually.
Step 8 To finish this setup stage of Comcast Email, click on “Next” and “Finish.”
Step 9 Enter the account just generated in the window on the “Internet Account” and press “Properties.”
Step 10 check for “My server needs authentication” and then press “Settings.”
Step 11 Choose the “Use the same settings as my incoming mail-server” option in the “Outgoing Mail-Server” box, then press “OK.”
Step 12 Change the’ Outgoing mail-SMTP ‘ port to 587, and press’ OK.’
Configure Comcast.net Outlook (Email Settings)
Step 1 Open Outlook and pick “Tools.”
Step 2 Select “Email Accounts” and “Add fresh email accounts” and then press “Next.”
Step 3 Select “POP3” and click “Next” to associate name when someone gets your email with the data in the menu that will be displayed after the visit.
Step 4 Please enter the “Email Address” box in your Comcast email. Enter the complete e-mail address, not just the information before the symbol”@.”
Step 5 Enter the text field ‘ mail.comcast.net’ after selecting’ POP3′ from the drop-down menu.
Step 6 Choose “SMTP” in the related text field for “Outgoing mail server” type “smtp.comcast.net” and click Enter.
Step 7 Enter your username in the “User Name” field and your password in the text field “Password.” To remember the password, check “Remember Password.”
Step 8 Click “Test Account Settings” for a good setup.
Step 9 Select “More Settings,” and then click on “General.” Enter your Comcast e-mail account descriptive name, then click on “OK” and “Next” to finish the account setup.
Windows Live Mail Settings for Comcast
Step 1 Windows Live Mail Settings–Open Windows Live Mail.
Step 2 Choose “Tools” and “Accounts,” then press “Add.”
Step 3 Enter your computer’s email and password and username from which email will be displaying or linked.
Step 4 Select “POP3” from the menu list below and enter “mail.comcast.net” into the text field “Incoming Mail.”
Step 5 Enter the port box with “995” and select the box “SSL.”
Step 6 Enter “smtp.comcast.net” into the text field of “Outgoing mail” and select the “SSL” check box. Enter “465” in the port text area, then press “Next.”
- Select File, then Settings for Account.
- Select your Comcast e-mail account and then click Change
- Confirm that your account type is POP, and then click More Settings.
- To make a copy of the emails on the server checkbox, click the Advanced tab. Click OK, then.
Transfer from POP to IMAP
- Choose File, then Add Accounts.
- Enter your email and password in the Add Account window. Click Next, then.
- The Account is configured via IMAP by default, so just click Finish.
Transfer of POP emails to IMAP Profile
If the option was chosen to delete emails from the server initially during the setup of the POP Account, e-mails would be deleted from the mail server when they were downloaded to the e-mail client.
To avoid losing the mails while switching from POP to IMAP, you should select and drag and drop into the respective folder within your newly configured IMAP account emails contained in the various folder(s) (inbox, subfolders, trash or sent items). You can also migrate these messages and store them in an internal directory to be secure.
Removal of the POP profile
After your existing emails have been moved from the POP account to their newly set IMAP folders (and no emails are missing), you can remove from your mail client the existing POP configured profile and the respective folders. Continue to use Xfinity Connect via your fresh IMAP profile.
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