Google Mail Rolls Out Two-Factor Authentication

The Google Blog reports that Google will be rolling out two-factor authentication for all Gmail users over the next few days. This security feature will allow users to set up their email so that a code sent to or generated by their phone is necessary to log into Gmail. The same technology is already available for banking websites, and it was released to Google Apps users months ago.

I'm curious how this will work with Outlook.


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