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    E-Mail Forwarding

    I wonder if anyone can help me with e-mail forwarding. I need e-mail from joe-sender that gets sent to one of my e-mail addresses forwarded to my cell phone. Any other mail sent to that same address goes to my e-mail client. Where do I set this up? Comcast? T-Mobile?
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    i guess that if your email address is blah at comcast dot net, then you will apply the rules there.
    have a look around the options in your comcast control panel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennzo
    I wonder if anyone can help me with e-mail forwarding. I need e-mail from joe-sender that gets sent to one of my e-mail addresses forwarded to my cell phone. Any other mail sent to that same address goes to my e-mail client. Where do I set this up? Comcast? T-Mobile?
    If the mail originally comes to your Comcast account, then I believe you can configure mail-forwarding using your Comcast mail settings on the Web.
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    Thank you folks, I'll have a look-see over at the Comcast web pages.
    Glenn
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