Validating email on blackberry

Outlook will display an error reading "Microsoft Outlook cannot sign or encrypt this message because there are no certificates which can be used to send from the e-mail address".You'll need to either install a valid client certificate for the email address, or go to option is not available under "E-mail Security" in Outlook for Windows when multiple email accounts are mapped to the same profile.The security code can be sent to you by e-mail, SMS, phone call or you can use an authenticator app on your mobile device.

Among seven selected alpha-hydroxy acids, tartaric acid exhibited potential for improving the chromatographic separation of cyanidin-3--glucoside was the main anthocyanin in haskap berry, mulberry, and blackberry, and the three berries were selected for further method development and validation.

The optimized mobile phase was a mixture of ethanol and a 0.25 mol L-glucoside was less than 1.8 min, and an optimum separation of anthocyanins was achieved in 4 min.

The developed method was validated in terms of linearity, limits of detection and quantification, precision, repeatability, stability, and recovery.

The calibration curve revealed good linearity (-glucoside from the berry samples were between 99% and 101%, a satisfactory level.

Microsoft has offered two-step verification (2FA) process since early 2013.