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I am running Google Apps for Business for managing our organization emails.

I want to setup an email such as team@mycompany.com and when sending an email to this email address, all team members will get the email in the same time.

How can I do that?

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You need to create an organisation-wide group from your Google Apps control panel:

Here's how to create an organization-wide group:

  1. Create a new group. Learn more
  2. On the "Create a new group" page, click Add all users within [organization name] to this group.

The group's member list now includes a special member called All users within organization name.

You can edit the groups access settings or delete it, just like any other group. However, you can't edit the members within the All users member.

Tip: To prevent spam being sent to everyone in your domain, allow only group owners and managers to send messages to a group that has the All users member.

Quoted from Apps Administration Help, here.

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Ok, I've done it, but every time a user replies the e-mail, he/she receives error notification. I would like to allow them autoreply to message author or group manager, but how? – kokbira May 17 '13 at 18:40

You should allow external users to send email to the group address.

There is an option for that when creating the group.

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A little more explanation as to how to do this would be nice. – ComputerLocus Dec 4 '13 at 5:10

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