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2 factor authentication via e-mail

Trevor Watson 3 years ago updated 3 years ago 2

We use 2 factor authentication via e-mail quite extensively. For use with copy paste, it would be much appreciated if the number was on the far right rather than (EOM). Example: Your one-time password is: (EOM) 771644 This way the mouse drag across the 6 digit number would be much easier.

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Hey Trevor,

You can move the key to the end of the subject line by editing this appearance web resource: EmailAuthenticationProviderSubjectFormat

Switch the {0} and (EOM) around.

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Hey Trevor,

You can move the key to the end of the subject line by editing this appearance web resource: EmailAuthenticationProviderSubjectFormat

Switch the {0} and (EOM) around.

Thank you Kirsten. I figured that out a few days ago and have been meaning to update this comment. I was also able to repeat the 2 factor code in the body of the message so this is useful for some situations where copying content from the subject line is not as easy. It works awesome! Thank you