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Manage your configuration settings for integrations

Captcha Settings

Configure the Captcha API settings to be used on your custom domain.

  1. Click Captcha Settings. This opens a menu for configuring the Captcha settings.
  2. Click on a Captcha provider. This will open a new website for you to enable and configure your account to use the selected provider.
  3. Type the username of your email provider in the Username field.
  4. After completing the Captcha setup on the provider, you will be given a Site Key. Type the Site Key into the provided field.
  5. Click Store Site Secret. A dialog displays to create a new secret in the Pangea Vault.
  6. Click Save to save the captcha settings.
  7. Captcha Settings is automatically enabled and you can use captchas to verify users on your custom domain.

Email SMTP Settings

Configure the Email SMTP Settings to be able to send emails from your custom domain.

  1. Click Email SMTP Settings. This opens a menu for configuring the SMTP settings.

  2. Select your email provider. If your email provider is not listed, select Other Providers.

    • If you selected one of the listed providers, the server and port number are filled in automatically.
    • If you selected Other Providers, you will be required to type the server and port settings manually.
  3. Type the username of your email provider in the Username field.

  4. Click Store SMTP Password. A dialog displays to create a new secret in the Pangea Vault.

  5. Click Save to save the SMTP settings. You can now send emails from your custom domain.

Store AuthN secrets in Pangea Vault

Vault is Pangea's secure storage solution for secrets, keys, and Pangea tokens.

  1. When the dialog box displays, type a name for the secret in the Name field.
  2. Select a Vault folder where the secret will be stored for the Folder field.
  3. Set the expiration date for the secret.
  4. Type the required information in the Secret field.
  5. Click Done to save the new secret.

Advanced Settings has options for adding tags and metadata for the secret.

Twilio SMS Settings

Your Twilio phone number can be set up as your multi-factor authentication method for Pangea. You will need the following information from your account in order to successfully configure Twilio:

  • Account SID

  • Twilio Auth Token

  • At least one phone number on Twilio


    By default, only phone numbers from the US and Canada can be used with Twilio, but you can modify your Twilio Geo Permissions to work with other countries.

Complete the following to setup your Twilio account with Pangea:

  1. Navigate to AuthN >> Integrations in the Pangea User Console.

  2. Click Twilio SMS Settings.

  3. Click the toggle switch to enable Twilio.

  4. Type your Twilio Account SID into the provided form.

  5. Click Store Twilio Auth Token to store the token on AuthN.

  6. In the dialog box that displays, click the calendar icon and then select an expiration date for the token.

  7. Paste the Twilio Auth secret into the Secret form and click Done to save.

  8. Click Fetch Twilio Numbers to import your Twilio phone numbers into AuthN.

  9. Select a number to use with Pangea.

    • In order to successfully send messages through Twilio, your selected phone number must be part of a registered A2P 10DLC Campaign. Visit Twilio for additional information.
  10. Click Save to save your settings.

You can now use your Twilio phone number with Pangea.

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