You might not like to hear this (again, no doubt), but the real solution is to just use gmail. Only give out your gmail address, change your email address with your current senders, even give Comcast your gmail address for your primary contact.
Do you want to know the advantages of gmail over the POP3 account? There are tons.
If you have POP3 at work, and I.T. won't help you with IMAP / forwarding, then go googling for email forwarding / retrieval apps (like Jump2Mail). There are several independant apps that'll forward all your email from any and all accounts to any other email account, but they take some setup work, leave lots of emails undeleted in various accounts, etc..
Seriously, gmail is a BIG key to contacts, calendars, email, to-do's, photos, and more stuff on android phones.
You may be an experienced "old hand" at this, but just a few tips for your consideration. You ARE smart to have at least one "extra" email account that you use when giving out an email address to anyone that you realize may start sending you unwanted emails, or spam, or may share or leak the email address you give them. I haven't given my "best" email address to my only surviving sibling, because she sends all kinds of political and religious stuff to a list of about 30 people, and her boys have cut-and-pasted that list into some stupid stuff that they forward, and from there it's gotten really crazy. So this may be an opportunity for you to get a gmail address, that you choose, and use it carefully, and just check your old POP3 account from your home computer every few days.
I used a free online web-based email system for a while, but I forgot what it is since I haven't used it in.... forever. There are other free systems too.