Email access for devices not supporting two-factor authentication disabled: What you need to know  

Effective immediately, email access for devices that do not support two-factor authentication will be disabled.

If your usual method of accessing email stops working, please know you can always access your email via the web at

Email clients on some older computers and mobile devices may no longer function. Please refer to “What email programs are compatible with Duo” in the FAQ section on the Augusta University two-factor authentication page to learn recommended methods for accessing email for various device configurations.

Please contact us at either of the telephone numbers below if you have questions or need assistance.

Information Technology Help Desk

706.721.4000 – University
706.721.7500 – Medical Center

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