Description: The following passage mainly focuses on comcast net login, which explains why you can not receive your email at a Comcast address and how to fix it. Comcast spam filter is excellent at stopping legitimate emails you want to receive. You can change that setting.
You have a legitimate business with your own email domain name, you send a message to a comcast residential customer, but they don’t receive it, you ask them to check their spam folders, there is nothing there, your legitimate business communications to customers with comcast email addresses don’t happen.
You call your internet provider, you call your email provider, you call Comcast, nobody wants to own up to the issue, everyone blames everyone else, your problem stays unfixed, remind you of anything, I’m Phil with PRR computers.
Allow me to explain what is going on, it’s Comcast, comcast has decided to implement highly aggressive junk mail filters, a wild boar with rabies is highly aggressive, when you’re sending an email to the comcast residential email servers, you’ve heard of innocent until proven guilty.
Comcast has a slightly different approach, guilty, once they’ve decided you are spam, it’s case closed, it doesn’t matter if a user marks that your message is not spam, your next message will be labeled spam, it doesn’t matter if a user adds you to their contacts, your next message will be labeled spam.
The user can not do either of these things with any reasonable effort, because Comcast default settings are to not show you your spam folder contents at all, I’ll give that a moment to sink in, Comcast’s default settings are to not show you your spam folder contents at all.
If you can’t see your spam folder, you can’t whitelist senders or messages who are mistakenly labeled as spam, the sender doesn’t receive a bounced message, the recipient likely cannot even see their spam folder, there’s a term in the IT industry for this kind of setup.
The term is butt stupid, if you’re a legit business whose email is blocked by Comcast recipients, the best thing you can do is to show your customers this article, what we’ve covered up to this point will help explain your situation, next we’ll walk them through how to fix it.
This is a customer tutorial on how to fix your Comcast email, you can receive email from people, first, log in to customer Comcast.com with your Comcast email address and password, click on users and preferences, under email settings next to spam filter, click the edit button.
If you don’t see an edit button, you probably log in with a restricted account, your primary Comcast account is unrestricted and can make other sub accounts unrestricted, if you don’t see an edit button next to the spam filter, call 1-800 Comcast to have them walk you through how to make your count unrestricted, so you can edit your spam filter settings.
Next press that edit button, choose disable spam filter, click Save, you should immediately be able to receive emails from people who need to reach you, wait a minute, I turned off my spam filter, does that mean that I might receive more spam?
If it makes you feel any better, comcast spam filter isn’t all that great, it is excellent at stopping legitimate emails you want to receive, if you think this is a ridiculous amount of trouble to go through to receive all your legitimate email, feel strongly about that, call the people at 1-800 Comcast, let them know what you think, I’m Phil with PRR computers, thanks for reading.