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Multi-Factor Authentication (Also known as MFA, Dual-Factor or Two-Factor Authentication) adds an additional level of security to software or devices that you access, by requiring you to verify your identity using more than one method. This article identifies what MFA is, its importance in maintaining data security, and ways you may encounter it.
This article will walk you through the process of enabling two-factor authentication.
When sending out an email message to a large group of people within a distribution list, your goal is to make sure as many people on that list can see and choose to open your message as possible. This article covers several best practices for forming an email message in a way that mitigates recipients rejecting your message and/or marking the message as malicious or spam.