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Changes are coming to Gmail and Outlook connectivity this month. On July 15, 2014, Google turned off Basic Authentication for all users and requires all mail clients to use oAuth 2.0.


Your Gmail password or an App Password when you have 2-Step Verification enabled for your Google Account.


The Windows Mail app can provide the actual Gmail login prompt, but Outlook doesn’t do that.


As mentioned before, you’ll need to generate a special “App-specific password” for Outlook instead of trying to logon with your current Gmail password.


I have the Gmail app for IOS installed on my iPads and iPhones and it doesn't need an app specific password each time I check my email as long as I stay logged in.


Use your full Gmail address, including @gmail.com or @your_domain.com as the username. If you enabled two-factor verification on your Gmail account, you need to use an app password in Outlook. See Using Outlook with 2-step verification for more information.


There you can change your password and then select App passwords to generate a unique password to enter into Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013, and Outlook 2010. Gmail requires the use of two-factor authentication and an app password to check your email in Outlook.


Perhaps it’s different with outlook.com than with GMail I will try my GMail account later today. I had forgotten where the spot to setup the app specific password that you need when 2 factor authentication is enabled.


Note: If you have iOS 8.3 or greater on your iPhone or OSX 10.10.3 or greater on your Mac, you will no longer have to use App passwords to use 2-Step Verification when using the Gmail or any Google branded Apps from iTunes.


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