Two-factor authentication and mail

When I activated two-factor authentication, it prevented my e-mail (outlook for mac) mac program to recover my emails from my account.  Does anyone know how to set up e-mail programs so that our mail from @me.com are available when 2-factor authentication is enabled?

If you use two factors or of two steps on your Apple ID, password Apple ID no longer works with third-party e-mail applications. You must generate an app specific application-> passwords using app - specific Support from Apple.

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