How do I get email - on my new computer. Want Outlook Express

I had to replace my old computer which had my email account I bought a new computer (Acer) and I can't get Outlook Express hooked up - I can't find out how to do it. I've tried all Comcast sites and no luck. Maybe it is because I am 87. Help.
Richard asked this question 4 years ago
  • Comcast • 237 answers • 94% helpful

    Your new machine has Windows 7 and you will also find window live mail just create an account there and you will be all set. the POP server and SMTP server are or you can go to and sign in and get your email that way.
  • Comcast • 2838 answers • 82% helpful

    Outlook express for comcast , hope it helps, like the above said, windows live mail is better and easier to set up.
  • Comcast • 1843 answers • 97% helpful

    What I would suggest and what will honestly be easiest for you is to go directly to, click email and then sign in with your comcast username and password. Your new computer is not going to be set up with outlook express, nor would outlook express be able to run properly on this new machine. If you found my answer helpful, please, mark it as best.
  • Comcast • 366 answers • 91% helpful


    Weescotsman's link for setting up Outlook Express is correct. However, on a newer computer, it is likely that you have Windows Live Mail which is practically the same program. It just looks a little different and has a new name. More than likely though, the first time you open that program, it should start a wizard to help it set up. You know your email address and password but you will also need to know your incoming mail server name which is and your outgoing mail server name which is

    If you have any further questions, feel free to message me privately or call 800-266-2278 for assistance. We would be happy to help you set it up.

    Have a great week and please remember to mark my answer as helpful if I was able to assist you!
  • Comcast • 16 answers

    well windows 7 does not have Outlook Express any will have to use Windows Mail to get your mail...after reading your question...i notice that you put the "j" in ...maybe it was mistake on here but make sure you are putting … more »it as on Windows should automatically set up the account for you after entering in your email address but just in case it doesn't here is some advanced information: incoming mail server is and the outgoing mail server is you might need the port numbers as well...the incoming port number is 110 and the outgoing port number is 25... this will definitely get you in the right direction

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