The Comcast email service provider is a part of Xfinity that allows you to manage your email accounts securely. Similar to any other email service provider, you can use this one to send and receive emails from any email client, including third-party applications like Outlook, Mac mail, etc. This page covers the Comcast email settings and how to setup Comcast email in Windows 10.
Account type: IMAP
Server address: imap.comcast.net
Port number: 993 or 143
Security type: SSL or STARTTLS
Account type: SMTP
Server address: smtp.comcast.net
Port number: 587 (SMTP) or 465 (SMTPS)
Security type: TLS
Authentication: Your Comcast email address and password
As said in the introduction, you can set up the Comcast email account in Windows 10. But, configuring and managing the Comcast email in third-party email programs are not recommended by Comcast. If you still want to configure your Comcast email in Windows 10, then first, provide access to a third-party email application on Comcast through Xfinity Connect.
Continue reading the below steps to know more on how to setup comcast email in windows 10.
Now, in the opened window, go to the Third-party Access Security section, enable the option that says “Allow access to my Xfinity Connect email…” and click OK. After enabling the third-party access security, you can set up your Comcast email account in the Windows 10 Mail application by following the below instructions.
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