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Comcast email was deleted trying to set it up .problem is none of the server settings do not work

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    Terry Weaver May 03, 2017

    Hi DEVONA PLATTS, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? How are you trying to get to your email? Browser, Mail client like Outlook?

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Technically, you're on the money with switching the phone's email client to POP3 and never delete from server. All of that can be done through the mail setup app on the phone.

If you want to get creative, create a new gmail account for the client, set the reply address on the new account to the original email account, and forward a copy of all incoming mail to the new gmail account. That way everything comes to the iPhone but now you are protecting the user from him/herself -- s/he can delete away on the iPhone but can't access the original email account unless connected through Outlook.


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I find it alot easier to enter the details into the machine from it's web interface if you aren't already.. (Simply open your web browser and navigate to your copiers IP address).

If you ping the domain name of your mail smtp server and just get the servers i.p address and enter into the smtp box it should work. The particular one i used didnt need authentication either, give it a whirl and see how it goes.

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SOURCE: My iPhone wont send email. It says the senders

when you type in the smtp address in the email setup don't type in "smtp." just type in "comcast.net". This worked for me although not on a comcast.net account

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