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    Re: scan to gmail settings Ricoh mpc3003

    Hi Mark, itís not in 2FA section itís below that in the signing in wth google box under security. Iíve copied below the instructions from google support page, hope that helps!

    1. Go to your Google Account.
    2. On the left navigation panel, choose Security.
    3. On the "Signing in to Google" panel, choose App Passwords. If you donít see this option:
      • 2-Step Verification is not set up for your account.
      • 2-Step Verification is set up for security keys only.
      • Your account is through work, school, or other organization.
      • Youíve turned on Advanced Protection for your account.

    4. At the bottom, choose Select app and choose the app youíre using.
    5. Choose Select device and choose the device youíre using.
    6. Choose Generate.
    7. Follow the instructions to enter the App Password. The App Password is the 16-character code in the yellow bar on your device.
    8. Choose Done.


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    scan to gmail settings Ricoh mpc3003

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    Re: scan to gmail settings Ricoh mpc3003

    Quote Originally Posted by Selinwine View Post
    Have you tried simply disabling two-step authentication? Since the main problem is two-step authentication, there should be no problems or errors without it. Although there is always another option, you can change the phone from your account to a temporary phone from such a service after that, you will need to write a small algorithm so that the fax or printer automatically takes the code from the source. I'm not sure of course that such a thing can be implemented at all, but with the right desire, I'm sure everything can be done. My friend, for example, out of boredom, completely disassembled and reprogrammed a smart vacuum cleaner. From which he managed to make a good AI interlocutor with whom you can have a very pleasant chat.
    1: Read the entire thread
    2: the thread is over 2 years old, so I think a safe assumption would be that the issue is sorted
    3: Simply disabling 2FA is NOT the solution, because "use less secure apps" at a minimum would then need to be turned discussed earlier

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