Empower Your Email Security

In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, safeguarding your online accounts is paramount, especially in the face of increasing data breaches and leaked passwords. Our commitment to your security is reflected in our enhanced email features, designed to provide an additional layer of protection for your valuable information.

To bolster the defense of your email account, we strongly recommend enabling Two-Factor Authentication (2FA). This security feature adds an extra layer of verification, typically through a code sent to your mobile device, ensuring that only authorized users can access your account. For your convenience, users can now activate 2FA through self-service directly from their account settings.

However, we understand that implementing 2FA may bring about certain inconveniences, such as blocking external logins from applications like Outlook, Thunderbird, or mobile devices. This is where App Passwords come into play. App Passwords empower you to generate unique, secure passwords specifically for external applications, maintaining accessibility while ensuring your account’s protection.

From your account settings, take advantage of the self-service option to enable 2FA and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with an added layer of security. Customize your security further by creating a single App Password for all external applications or individual passwords for heightened protection. Specify passwords for specific protocols to exert precise control over your account’s security settings.

If you have any questions about these advanced security features or need assistance in activating 2FA through self-service, reach out to Email Support at [email protected]. The Email Support team is ready to assist you in fortifying your email account against potential threats and breaches.

Your online security is a shared responsibility, and by leveraging these advanced features, you can significantly reduce the risk of unauthorized access, protecting your sensitive information from falling into the wrong hands. Stay secure, stay vigilant!