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The emails I send to comcast recipeints are not coming up on their end.

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  • fnahasiii Jul 23, 2009

    I tried doing that and it still isnt working ;(

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Your Outlook stops sending your Comcast emails


So over the past few years Comcast has updated security measures in the POP3 email server. Some of these updates look to be directed at 3rd party email software end users like to fetch their mail off the Comcast server.So they have sent out notices regarding "work arounds" for the issue of getting an error response "authentication needed". Now please note folks like every other ISP Comcast does not guarantee or support 3rd party vender software you obtain with your PC or have purchased anywhere but from Comcast.
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hey no worries, the software might have spoiled up. do you have the original installation copy, then give a try and let me know if this works fine at your end

REgards
MArshal
Dhaka, Bangladesh
bdman2010@hotmail.com

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WHEN TAKING A STILL PICTURE ON THE WEB CAM IT ASKS IF I WANT TO SEND IT AS AN ATTACHMENT.I OK THIS IT SET UP AS AN ATTACHMENT ON MY EMAIL WHEN I GO EMAIL IT COME UP POP3 SERVER CANNOT BE FOUND


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