I previously used Safari as my browser. when I try to go into my email on Foxfire, I have to get a code on my cell to get to email. How can I avoid this?
Prior to my downloading Foxfire on my Mac, I had always used Safari as my browser. Yahoo (this is my. email) doesn't support Safari as it is So, I am now using Foxfire as my browser. But, every time I try to access my email through Foxfire, I have to either get a text or a phone call with a code to enter on my computer that will then allow me to access my email. How can I avoid having to use a code? Can I just access my email without this code?
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