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July 02, 2019


Thank you for the informative post. FYI, the email function of the 2-factor authentication went down recently for I think a day or two, leaving many people unable to log in, but the phone call function still worked. (With the phone call option, you actually get a voice message stating the code.) For this reason, it is a good idea to register both an email address and a phone number for use with the authentication system. Email can be set as a default, with the phone number being available in case there is a problem with the email function.

That seems all very Abstract to me...


(and since merely “Abstract,” it cannot be “real,” can it?)

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