google high security and linux command line email programs

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Tue Dec 10 19:54:53 UTC 2019

Simply adding a side point based on discussions I am currently having with 
google accessibility.
I lost access to the basic html  and standard email parts of my 
gmail account because google has decided that the JavaScript incorporated 
in open source Linux browsers like Links the chain and elinks are not as 
they put it, the right kind of JavaScript.
So, they are not going to post Linux based solutions  because they are not 
directly interested in supporting Linux in all its creative forms.
Certainly not command line applications.

On Tue, 10 Dec 2019, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:

> Has anyone here gone high security with google and generated an
> app-password for their command line email apps?  If so, which apps?
> I have and can use a few different apps but really want to know what
> google will be limiting me to with two-factor authentication and an
> app-password before I enable two-factor authentication.  If there's no
> apps this can be done with, no point enabling two-factor authentication
> and trying to generate an app password for any of these.  When google
> security is after users to enable higher security and google recognizes
> linux devices have been and are likely to continue being used on an
> account those messages ought to include a list of apps that will work in
> linux.
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