MDaemon Email version 16.0 and above supports two-factor authentication that will require the user to enter a verification code before they can log into Webmail or Remote Administration.
Watch the how-to video here:
This article utilizes the Google Authenticator application, however, other authenticator apps may work as well.
Please note, the Webmail web-server must be enabled in order to utilize two-factor authentication for Remote Administration.
Google Authenticator is available for both Android and iOS devices.
HTTPS must be enabled for Webmail users to enable two-factor authentication.
- Log in to Webmail
- Select Options
- Select Security
- Enter the current account password
- Select Setup Two Factor Authentication
- Open the Google Authenticator application
- Scan the barcode displayed in Webmail to setup the account on the device
- A barcode scanner is required to be installed on the device and does not come with the Google Authenticator.
- Alternatively, click Show Secret to generate a code to enter into the authentication app.
The next time the account logs into Webmail or Remote Administration via HTTPS, the password and a 6 digit code generated by the Google Authenticator app will be required to login.