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Resources for Setting Up Cox.net Email

Last Updated: Wed, 16 Jul 2014 > Related Articles

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Learn to set up and manage your Cox.net email account.


As of April 9, 2014, Microsoft no longer supports Windows XP. Cox will only provide limited support of Windows XP that includes network connectivity and basic settings. 
If you require additional support and are using Windows XP Service Pack 3, Cox Tech Solutions may be able to assist. Visit http://ww2.cox.com/residential/tech- solutions.cox or call 877-TEC-SOLV (877-832-7658) for more information about Cox Tech Solutions' services. This is a fee-based service.

For more information regarding the retirement of Windows XP, please visit Microsoft’s website.

Need help setting up and managing your Cox.net email accounts? Learn how in Windows and Mac with the following articles.

Cox does not support all email clients. The information is for reference only. See the support links at the bottom of this article for further assistance.

Before You Begin 

Review the following articles for important information you will need as you set up and manage your Cox.net email in Windows or Mac:

Windows Support

See the links below for help with Windows Live Mail, Vista Mail, and Outlook 2007 and 2010.

Mac Support

See the links below for help with Mail for Mac.

Mobile Support

 See the links below for help with your mobile device.

Client Support

Need more support for your email client? See the manufacturer links below.

MicrosoftWindows 8.18.1 Answers
MicrosoftWindows 77 Answers
MicrosoftWindows VistaVista Answers
MicrosoftWindows XPXP Answers
MicrosoftMicrosoft OutlookOutlook Answers
AppleMac OS XSupport community
AppleMac MailSupport community

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