How to Setup Email in Spark for macOS

This guide will take you each step of the way through configuring the Spark email client to work with your email account on your Mac.

  1. If you don’t have Spark installed yet, head over to the macOS App Store to download and install it (link opens in a new window/tab). Once installed, launch Spark from your Applications list.
  2. If you already have Spark installed and have used it before, select Spark from the Menu Bar, then Add Account from the drop-down menu. When prompted, click the Set Up Account Manually button. Skip the next step and proceed with Step #4 below.
  3. If this is your first time opening Spark, you’ll be presented with an ‘Introduction’ screen. Click the Start Using Spark button.
  4. Enter your full email address in the space provided, place a check in the Terms of Use / Privacy Policy box and then click the Next button.
  5. In the Name: field enter in a descriptive name for this email account. Enter your full email address (again) and password in the spaces provided and then click the Add button.
  6. Spark will now auto-configure your Comcast email server settings and verify your account. It may take a moment or two.
  7. Once completed, click the Start Using Spark button.
  8. You may be prompted to allow Spark to access your contacts – click OK if this happens.
  9. Now you can begin using Spark send and receive your email on your Mac.

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  1. This now fails due to Spark not accounting for Comcast mail’s new two-factor authentication. Spark continuously prompts for the password but not for the 2FA code.

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