Mail Server Config

Mail Server Settings – Email account settings


NFN server settings

NFN Homepage:

Your User name: nfn00000 (replace 00000 with your numbers) or customid

Your E-mail Address: or

Your Homepage: or
NFN server settings

Internet Access Phone: # 417-1474

Help Line Phone: # 417-1400

Primary DNS:

Secondary DNS:

POP3 Server:

SMTP Server:

FTP Server:

News Server:

Comcast POP3 SMTP Mail News Servers

POP3 SMTP Mail News Servers for Comcast Internet Service Provider

Comcast incoming mail server:
Comcast outgoing mail server:

Comcast news server:

Click My server requires authentication


POP3 Email Configuration Settings

On the Advanced tab, enter

Outgoing mail (SMTP) with SSL

465 in the Outgoing mail (SMTP) port number field

Click “This server requires a secure connection (SSL)”

POP3  Incoming Mail Server Name:


Port 995 in the Incoming mail (POP3) field.

Click “This server requires a secure connection (SSL)”

For (POP3 Without SSL)

Port 110 in the Incoming mail (POP3) field

Un-Click “This server requires a secure connection (SSL)”


IMAP Email Configuration Settings

To configure an email client to use Comcast email (, the following settings should be used for sending and receiving email:

  • Incoming Mail Server Name:
  • Incoming Mail Server Port Number:
    • Recommended: 993 with SSL ON
    • Only if Needed: 143 with SSL ON
  • Outgoing Mail Server Name:
  • Outgoing Mail Server Port Number:
    • Recommended: 587 (SMTP)
    • Only if Needed: 465 (SMTPS)
  • SSL Encryption: checked
  • Authentication: XFINITY username and Password required

IMAP Outgoing Email  = Port 587

IMAP Email clients need setting on Outgoing Email = Port 587 to send email.

Embarq mail server names

Your username is your full embarq email address

Incoming mail server (POP3):
Outgoing mail server (SMTP):

click on the ‘more settings’ button in the lower right
Go to the ‘outgoing server’ tab

When sending email from some devices you may need to use

(SMTP) port 587 instead of port 25.

Check the box for ‘my outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication’

Configure email clients

Outlook 2003

Outlook 2007

Outlook 2010

Configuring any device to view email

CenturyLink Webmail

Google GMail POP3 SMTP Mail News Servers

Google GMail incoming mail server:
Google GMail outgoing mail server:

Google news server:

Windows Live Hotmail

Incoming Server (POP3 Server):
Incoming Server POP Port: 995
Incoming Server POP SSL Encryption: Yes (On or Required)

Outgoing Server (SMTP Server):
Outgoing Server SMTP Port: 25
Outgoing Server Authentication: Yes (On – Use POP username and password or Hotmail credentials)
Outgoing Server TLS or SSL Secure Encrypted Connection: Yes (On or Required)

Tip (by J): Outgoing Server of Hotmail also supports port 587, useful for people who encounters error for STMP due to ISP blockage or any other reason.

User Name: Windows Live ID (e.g.

Password: password used to sign in to Hotmail or Windows Live service

Note: “Log on using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)” check box in Outlook, Outlook Express or Windows Live Mail should not be selected.

For user who can’t access Hotmail via POP3 yet, try Microsoft Office Outlook Connector instead

Yahoo!: (incoming) (outgoing)

AOL: (incoming) (outgoing)

Gmail: (incoming) (outgoing)

Site Ducky

Asheville Web Design | Site Ducky Online Business Solutions mail..

DNS: domains on IP: 16 – –

Radius Web Tools

Email Software: Configuration Instructions

Radius Web Tools Webmail

Outlook PST File default location

XP: C:Documents and Settings\Local SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook

Win7: C:Users\AppDataLocalMicrosoftOutlook

Outlook Express Data Store Folder – XP

All of your OE mail folders and messages, local IMAP and Hotmail folders and messages, and all of your subscribed newsgroups and messages are stored in one folder called the store root, or store root folder, or store folder, and in at least one place in OE, the Store root directory. It’s default location is

C:WindowsApplication DataOutlook Express{GUID}


C:Documents and Settings\Local SettingsApplication DataIdentities{GUID}MicrosoftOutlook Express

Incredimail data folder

XP:  C:Documents and Settings\Local SettingsApplication DataIM

Win 7: C:Users\AppDataLocalIM

DNS Servers

Comcast National DNS Servers

CenturyLink DNS Servers


Google DNS Servers


Norton DNS

Verizon DNS