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Reading I can sighn on to my comcast web mail however when I click on to a incoming message only half of the message appears. Its as if you fold a paper in half from left to right. If I click on forward most of the time the whole mesage appears.

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Dear elkbird,

I'm sorry to hear you are having trouble with your Comcast email account. If you would like my assistance in resolving this matter, kindly email me at We_Can_Help@cable.comcast.com including your service address, the name on the account, and the best number to reach you.

Again, I apologize for any inconveniences we may have caused, but I look forward to better serving you in the future.

Best Regards,
Melissa M.
The Office of Rick Germano
We_Can_Help@cable.comcast.com

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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Nowadays most people have more than one email account. If one of yours is a Gmail account, you can use it as your primary inbox to check all your POP3 accounts in your Gmail browser window. But do remember that you can check only other POP3 accounts only. You won’t be able to check Yahoo mail, Windows Live Hotmail, or other such web mail accounts. Also, not all POP3 servers work with Gmail.
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