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USPS to Retire the Verify-by-Email Multifactor Authentication in August

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The NRLCA has been notified that the Postal Service is retiring the option to use the verify-by-email multifactor security method to access LiteBlue in August 2024.


Employees currently using email as a Multifactor Authentication (MFA) on LiteBlue are encouraged to replace this verification method. The Postal Service recommends replacing the email verification method in LiteBlue with Google Authenticator or Okta Verify. Additional verification methods are available and include receiving a one-time code sent by phone call or text.


Each employee currently using email will receive a message at the email address that is currently used for LiteBlue encouraging them to replace the email MFA with a different method and will be provided a link to step-by-step instructions on how to do so. Employees already using one of the other security methods mentioned above will not receive an email message and do not need to take further action.


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