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Does ghs.google.com CNAME work for Secondary Domains

I have a Google Apps account, that has several domains (not aliases but domains).

I only have mail.domain.com access on one of them. If I try to go and change it, I can only choose to have www.google.com/mail/domain where the domain is different from each domain, or I can choose to have mail.domain.com but then it is only my primary domain that will be the destination for all my domains and I dont want that I want

mail.domain.com
mail.domain2.com
mail.domain3.com

I have set up all MX records and all that it's just that when I try to access mail.domain2.com and mail.domain3.com I get an error from google saying:

"404. That’s an error. The requested URL / was not found on this server. That’s all we know."

Is it impossible to hook up Gapps this way?

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do you want all the other domains to resolve to mail.domain.com? so if i send an email to gary@mail.domain2.com it will send to gary@mail.domain.com instead? –  tekknolagi Oct 31 '11 at 4:54
    
or do you want separate divisions, with different domains, under one account? –  tekknolagi Oct 31 '11 at 4:57
    
I have this same problem like many others. see my question here for a workaround: webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/25363/… –  OrangeBox Aug 29 '12 at 0:07

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I think the problem should be answered via this link: http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?answer=182452

Google Apps treats add-on domain as a sub-organization than an independent firm whatever it's set as alias or separate domain.

Regarding this, I think you have to register Google Apps separately for each domain.

Also, I think there is a way you can check if you're able to do what you want, take a look at your Google Apps Dashboard, if there's only your primary domain core service listed, I think that means you can't tweak other add-on domains to use address like mail.domain2.com...

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I hope this helps! http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=53295

What you need to do is go to the administrative panel, click "Domain settings" then "Domain names" then click "Add a domain or a domain alias"

Then you should click "Add another domain"

Enter the domain....

BOOM! WORKS! :)

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Thank you for your reply. I'm sorry if my question has been vaguely formulated. I have added domain2 and domain3 as other domains, and I can send to somemail@domain2.com, the problem is that when I try to access mail.domain2.com or mail.domain3.com I get an error from google, I can access mail.domain.com, but not the others. –  Jakob Oct 31 '11 at 13:36
    
is domain2.com supposed to forward to domain.com? –  tekknolagi Nov 1 '11 at 23:06
    
No domain2 is simply domain2.com and domain is domain.com two seperate domains, owned by the same firm, but two different concepts –  Jakob Nov 1 '11 at 23:14
    
What kind of error are you getting when you try to log in? –  tekknolagi Nov 2 '11 at 4:03
    
mail.xn--mngderabat-d6a.dk –  Jakob Nov 2 '11 at 12:11

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