Some users experience issues receiving the "Password Reset Email" after selecting the option to "Change password"
The "Verification Code Email" after trying to complete the User Verification Step in the console.
The most common causes for these undelivered Twilio emails are spam filters.
Check Spam Folder
Check your spam folder for the 'password reset' or 'verification code' email. If it's in there, open it and proceed as you normally would and if possible, adjust your spam settings.
Check Filter/Spam Settings
Adjust your email filter/spam settings to allow Twilio to send you emails moving forward. Check for blocks on any 'twilio.com' email addresses. Automated emails such as password reset links and verification codes typically come from email@example.com.
*If you're unable to adjust these settings due to administrative restrictions, continue to the next step:
Contact your Email Domain Administrator
Many Twilio Users have corporate email addresses, e.g. USER@COMPANY.COM. In many cases, corporate email domains have increased security measures and restrictions that may block Twilio emails entirely. Check with your email domain administrator or IT department to make sure that Twilio is whitelisted and not blocked from sending emails.
If you have verified that the email is not in your spam folder and that your domain isn't filtering out Twilio emails, try reaching out to our Support team.