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N1 supports two-factor authentication out of the box for Gmail and Google apps accounts, but not other types of accounts. However, you can still use it with other email accounts that are two-factor authentication enabled. The key is that you'll need to create an "app password" to connect your account to N1.
Here's how to do it for some major email providers.
- Go to https://appleid.apple.com/
- Click "Security," then "Edit." Create an app password. This is the password you should use with N1.
- In N1, connect an iCloud account and use this password instead of your regular password when prompted.
- Visit https://account.activedirectory.windowsazure.com/AppPasswords.aspx and log in to your account if prompted.
- Click "create" to create a new app password.
- Type "Nylas N1" in the box for the password name. Click "Next."
- Click "Copy password to clipboard."
- In N1, connect an Exchange account and use this password instead of your regular password when prompted.