As security gets tighter and tighter, Google is requiring a few out of the ordinary actions that really don't apply to the GreenTools for G Suite (G4G) applications which may result in them losing their "verified" status.
Not to worry, as you can still whitelist the G4G applications for your organization by following the steps in this article.
A quick overview of the steps is as follows:
The app may show up as verified (as it is of this posting) or not.
As mentioned, Google is starting to require additional verification steps that don't seem to apply to IBM i applications running on a server. We have previously spent a lot of time and energy providing Google with items required for verification, but they are continuously changing and seemingly trying to put all "apps" in the same sort of bucket, requiring some out of the ordinary verification steps.
We are working on trying to figure out how to apply those steps to our apps, but by allowing the G4G apps to be white listed for your organization will insure that the apps continue to function should we lose the verification.
As always, let us know if you have any questions by contacting us.