Use two-factor Gmail or Google Apps login
Replies can be used with the more secure 'two-factor' authentication provided by Google.
After converting your account to the more secure Google 'two-factor' authentication scheme, Replies cannot access Gmail with your regular Gmail password.
To solve the problem, you need to issue an access token and enter it instead of your password.
How to issue an access token:
- Go to your Authorized Access to your Google Account page:
Be sure to replace "your_domain" with your actual domain
- Enter your password, if prompted.
- On your Authorized Access to your account page, provide a
descriptive name for your access code, such as "Replies - Business
iMac". (This lets you remember which application it's for, in case
you later need to revoke it).
- Click Generate Access Code.
- Copy the access code to the clipboard.
How to use the access token
- Switch to Replies and paste the access code into the password
- Click on the "Sign in" button. Tip: When changing an existing
password, click "Validate" then "Save".