Mark Berryless info
|location||San Diego, CA|
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|seen||Sep 27 '12 at 18:36|
|bio||website||mcbsys.com||visits||member for||8 months|
|location||San Diego, CA||seen||Sep 27 '12 at 18:36|
How does Google's new two-factor authentication work with IMAP, POP, etc.?
Useful information, but DO NOT use the link in the gray box--it goes to the "example.com" account and asks for your email and password. A phishing attempt? No, I just missed the phrase "customize it for your domain" the first time, which would only work if Google controls your domain (Google Apps). For a standard GMail account, I found the page here: accounts.google.com/b/1/IssuedAuthSubTokens, but the safest thing is to log in to Google, go to Accounts > Security > 2-step Verification > Edit > Manage application-specific passwords.