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I signed up for Google Apps for Businesses, paid (I guess) $5 a month for this service. My primary goal is to use Google Apps for email accounts for my projects (with custom domains).

I added one custom domain, everything is working well. Now I have a problem, because I would need to add another 2 custom domains, but I don't see nowhere an option to do that.

How to tackle this situation?


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Not sure what you are asking. Probably you should look at this. support.google.com/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=53295 – Waqar Ahmad Aug 19 '13 at 16:58

Google Apps accounts allow you to define a "domain alias" (inside the "Domains" area of the Admin Console), which will allow you to simultaneously associate one or more additional domains. See the documentation for details.

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