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Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) helps protect your Middlebury Office 365 and Exchange Online (Email) account from potential compromise. MFA works by complementing your password, "something you know", with "something you have".
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=== Signing up for Multi-Factor Authentication ===
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If you would like to sign up for MFA, please submit a Web Help Desk ticket request that MFA be enabled for your account (Request Type: Information Security/Enable Multi-Factor Authentication).
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=== Enabling Multi-Factor Authentication ===
 
Upon completion of your MFA sign-up request, you will receive a “Middlebury Multi-Factor Authentication Enrollment” email. The enrollment email will include a link to Microsoft’s MFA Setup page (https://aka.ms/MFASetup).  Follow the instructions included in the link to enable MFA for your account.
 
 
 
The following short video illustrates how to setup multi-factor authentication as well as how to configure “App Passwords”: How To Set Up Multi-Factor for Your Account. 
 
 
 
App Passwords, required for certain email clients, are described in more detail below.
 
 
 
=== App Passwords for Apple Mail, iOS Mail, Android E-mail, Thunderbird, etc. ===
 

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