You are trying to sign in to your Exclaimer Portal account, and you see a message asking you to supply an authentication token emailed to you; however, you cannot find the email in your Inbox.
There are multiple solutions to this issue - please click on the required options listed below to go through the detailed description:
The emails with authentication tokens will only be delivered to accounts set up with an Exclaimer username and password.
If you chose to sign up for Exclaimer using your Microsoft or Google account or have since removed your Exclaimer password, then the emails will not be sent out.
In this case, you should use the Sign in with Microsoft or Sign in with Google option:
It’s possible that the email with the authentication token may have been delivered to your Spam/Junk folder instead of your Inbox.
Mark the email as not Spam/Junk to help ensure these emails are delivered correctly in the future.
It’s possible that the email with the authentication token may have been quarantined by Microsoft Exchange.
Visit the Microsoft 365 Defender portal Quarantine page to check for the email. For more information about finding and releasing emails from the quarantine, see Find and release quarantined messages as a user - Office 365.
Apart from the Spam or Junk folder, we advise you to check the other folders in your email client. Sometimes, your email client can automatically sort emails into different folders, such as Updates, Promotions, or Social. The authentication token email could have ended up in these folders.
Confirm your email address: Make sure the email address linked to your Exclaimer account is accurate and was used to register your subscription.