Currently if you would like to use the Two Factor Authentication feature a set of parameters have to be included in the settings.json. This includes an SMTP account and password.
I would like to be able to store these settings in IAM's global configuration page. The settings values should also be hashed on the IAM database. I do not want my password to be stored as plain text.
This will allow me to stored these setting in a safe way in IAM and no longer have them included in a .json file which is located on my server.