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I have 2 domains: example1.com and example2.com

Example1.com is all setup, have a simple website, email users, shared calendar, etc.

I need to put up a 1-page site under domain example2.com.

I upgraded to Google Apps for Business, which enables me to add another Domain, under Domain Settings.

I created a new website, but when I went to map the second site to example2.com domain, I only get the option to put in a sub-domain name, for example: [___].example1.com

Since Google Apps for Business gives me the ability to add multiple domains to my account, can't I point example2.com at the second site?

Or, is adding a domain, simply for gmail purposes only?

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I have the same exact question amd can not find an answer. Maybe I will create an additional gmail account to make the website and forward mail to the first to consolidate email. – user13798 Oct 2 '11 at 13:59
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I apologize for answering my own question, but short of no info, this will have to do.

It appears that the only benefit and/or settings I can find on Google Apps for Business in regard to Domains is as follows:

  • Domain Settings/Domain Names: Add a domain
  • Gmail: Seems the only thing one can do with an additional Domain is manage Domain-specific Gmail accounts.
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