Windows 10: Windows 10 email
Windows 10 email
I have a laptop running Win 10 and a desktop running Vista. The desktop is old and will probably need replacing soon. We have Windows Mail and Comcast is our service provider (desktop). I have a gmail account for my laptop but noticed this AM that when I click on the email icon on the apps list, it opens, but says "unable to send message" or something like that. It even mentions Comcast. When I get a new computer, which I'm sure will be running Win 10, will I be able to set this email up with Comcast just like the Windows Mail that we are using now?
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