I have various groups set up for my organization to facilitate easier sending of emails to their members. Everyone is a member, except that I am an owner of these groups. Several others need access to be able to email these groups, but making them owners would mean they would receive future correspondence intended for the group. How can I allow only certain users to email a group, but not allow them to receive emails sent to the group? I am set up with an Education account; the additional Business features are not enabled.
Create a user account called email@example.com. Then make firstname.lastname@example.org a member of your group email@example.com. Then for each of the individuals firstname.lastname@example.org who need to email email@example.com create a filter in firstname.lastname@example.org to foward their mail.
When email@example.com emails to firstname.lastname@example.org, it is forwarded to email@example.com. Messages in firstname.lastname@example.org go to email@example.com but go no further. For cleanliness, you could create another filter that deleted all the messages from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Of course, this would be very cumbersome if you have a lot of email@example.com users.
Hope this helps.
The easiest method is to enable
Naturally this opens the address up to misuse as anyone outside of the organisation can email the group.
The other option (I'm not sure if this is a Business apps only option) is to enable the custom settings, then under
If you do not want to allow external emails to be sent to the group you can use Weehooey's method:
You can then add additional filters for additional senders, or use the
Hope that makes sense!