12-05-2011 10:49 AM
I am having a problem attaching documents (and pretty much EVERYTHING) to email. The attachments are under the attachment limit. I have attempted PDF's and word documents, and nothing seems to be working. I have tried from two different computers at two different locations, using all three email accounts, and they won't attach at either place. I have also tried logging out and then logging back in, saving the message as a draft and then editing it to attach the document, pretty much everything I can think of.
I use Comcast email to run three businesses, so this is incredibly frustrating! Any help that anyone can give me would be greatly appreciated!
12-08-2011 12:46 PM
(This is the original poster as before, but for some reason I can't log in...)
When the window comes up to attach whatever file(s) I want to attach, I click browse like normal, it opens and it listed as the file ready to be attached. Then when I click attach, that's where it get's "stuck". Sometimes the icon on the tab will start to "spin" like it's loading, but it never gets past the part where you click attach.
This morning, I'm still having an issue. Now I can attach Word documents, but still no luck with PDF's or JPEG's. All are within the allowed attachment size. Just for kicks, I tried it on IE (I usually use FireFox), and it will attach a PDF just fine. So it looks like there's a compatibility issue with FireFox.
So, next issue is how do I fix the issue with FireFox? Thanks!
12-08-2011 03:50 PM
I'm using the most recent version of Firefox. I clear my cookies and cache about once a week. I should also mention that this is a relatively new problem, too. Within the last 3-4 weeks or so. Up until that point, I had used Firefox with no problems.
12-08-2011 07:21 PM
OK I am not convinced that the problem lies with Firefox. I use it on both Windows and Mac formats and I cannot duplicate the problem you are having. I have no problem at all sending attachments in either OS. I have Mac OS Snow Leopard on one machine, and Windows 7 on the other. Both function just fine in Xfinity email, including attachments.
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