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Status Delivered
Workspace B2B Integrator
Categories Security
Created by Guest
Created on Jun 13, 2022

Add Multi-Factor Authentication on Mailbox for Mail Process

The basic authentication of Microsoft is about to be decommissioned and most will be switching to multi-factor authentication. This is a request for a multi-factor authentication support for B2B Mail Client Adapter which connects to Office 365 server as the mailbox is configured on SI for receiving files from customer.

What is your industry? Computer Services
How will this idea be used?

Users and system accounts will need to use multi-factor authentication instead of using an app password.