We strongly recommend IMAP over POP since this will keep your emails in sync across different devices.
If you do need to use POP due to any reason, you can use the following connection information: Incoming Mail Server Name: mail.comcast.net.
Incoming Mail Server Port Nu.mb.er: 995 (POP3 With SSL)
Is Comcast email POP or IMAP?
POP vs. IMAP: POP (Post Office Protocol) and IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) are two different ways to get email in your email program. We recommend using IMAP for your Comcast email. POP can cause problems when checking your mail from more than one phone or computer.
What is the IMAP server for Comcast?
Setup Your Comcast.net Account with Your Email Program Using IMAP
|Comcast.net (Comcast) IMAP Server||imap.comcast.net|
|IMAP security||SSL / TLS|
|IMAP username||Your full email address|
|IMAP password||Your Comcast.net password|
How do I change from POP to IMAP on Comcast?
- Select File, and then Account Settings.
- Select your Comcast email account, and then click Change.
- Confirm that the account type is POP, and then click More Settings.
- Click the Advanced tab, and check the Leave a copy of messages on the server checkbox. Then, click OK.
What is the hostname for Comcast email?
Next, type in the incoming mail server host name — imap.comcast.net — and your user name (the first part of your comcast.net email address). For outgoing mail server, type in smtp.comcast.net as your host name, and type in both your user name and password again.