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I currently have a free Google Apps for your Domain account, with only one email address in there. I will soon be moving from Google Mail to another hosted email solution (such as a hosted Exchange server).

As a result of this, I want to remove the "Google Apps" part from my domain, but retain all of the other services I use, such as Analytics and Webmaster Tools. This would need to move to a Google Account, with the same name as my current Google Apps account.

How can I do this?

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Unfortunately, I could not find a way to do this. It would seem such a feature has not been built by Google.

I ended up moving my mail account, linking my Analytics profiles to a separate GMail address, and then destroying my Google Apps domain. Not a great solution, but thankfully it worked as it turns out I didn't use too many other Google services.

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