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Suddenly I can no longer open my comcast email. I tried deleting cookies and emptying the cache, but neither helped. I can see the preview of the inbox, but not the whole inbox, and I cannot open any email. Help! I hate having to use IE!

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When I click on "open entire inbox" the font seems to get very large briefly,then it returns to the normal size.I can't see my whole inbox or open anything!

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Using IE, login to that Xfinity web mail account and open Preferences. On the General tab switch to the Xfinity Connect Lite interface, hit Save' upper-left of that dialog, then log out.

Then try View Entire Inbox in Firefox.

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Reset the page zoom on pages that cause problems: View > Zoom > Reset (Ctrl+0 (zero); Cmd+0 on Mac)


Start Firefox in Troubleshoot Firefox issues using Safe Mode to check if one of the extensions or if hardware acceleration is causing the problem (switch to the DEFAULT theme: Firefox (Tools) > Add-ons > Appearance/Themes).

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Using IE, login to that Xfinity web mail account and open Preferences. On the General tab switch to the Xfinity Connect Lite interface, hit Save' upper-left of that dialog, then log out.

Then try View Entire Inbox in Firefox.

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Thanks so much!

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When using Preferences to change the email to Xfinity Lite you loose certain valuable features available in the full verfsiion. This may work for some but I enjoy attaching photos in some emails and having them show in he message boz along with a message. It's a shame that two multi-national companys can't get their act straight. Comcast blames Firefox, Firefox blames Concast. In the meantime users are forced to use Internet Explorer. I hate this kind of stupidity. Millions of consumers are inconvenienced. I suspect that Microsoft and Comcast are schemeing in this matter.

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That's a strong possibility, Microsoft owns a good amount of Comcast stock.