EM Client is one of the well-known email clients for Windows and Mac, but some users reported that em Client not accepting passwords.
Here we have listed some common reasons why eM Client doesn’t accept passwords.
Check Caps Lock Enabled
The very common mistake that a user makes is keeping the Caps Lock turned on while entering the password. In most cases, the password is case-sensitive. If Caps Lock is turned on, then the eM Client will not accept the password.
Check The Password
Ensure the password typed is correct. If it is an incorrect password, then edit and enter the valid password. If you are unsure whether your account password is right or wrong, sign in to the email account from a web browser to verify the password.
Enable Two-Step Verification
Some email services provide the two-step verification feature, through which the mail account is protected with a passcode received on the mobile number registered with the email account. In this case, you will have to enter the passcode to authenticate your device to access your email account in eM Client.
The email account that you added to eM Client can be hacked and the settings can be changed. When you cannot log in to the email account through web or an application, it can be due to external interference.
Look For Server Connection
If the email server is down, then eM Client will not accept the password. So wait patiently until the connection is restored and again try to log in to the account.
Ensure you have entered the right security policies for your account.
Go to Menu > Tools > Accounts. Then in the POP3/IMAP and SMTP tabs
check the following details:
If eM Client is still not accepting your email password, you can remove the account and re-add it to eM Client. This will solve the EM Client Not Accepting Password issue.
However, if the issue is not fixed, call us for remote assistance.