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A long time ago I got a free Google Apps account using a DynDNS domain. Since then I've added multiple top-level domains.

DynDNS has changed a lot since I started using them 4-5 years ago, and they require you to log into your account frequently even if you have auto updaters on your domains. I missed their email and they deleted all my hosts so I now no longer have control over the primary Google Apps domain.

Is there anything I can do? Basically there is no way I can keep my free Google Apps account unless I run the risk of not having the primary domain anymore?

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