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So, I basically have the same issue as the earlier posting (Remove Gmail “send mail as” for former employee), but the previous solution will not work for me since the emails were already being forwarded to that gmail account when the original verification email was sent out.

Is there any way to contact Google from the actual email address (with the @company_name.com) or another more official email address from the organization (info@company_name.com) to prove legitimacy and have them cancel the "send mail as" permission for that gmail account?

I'm very worried about this particular employee trying to sabotage the organization by sending out emails to clients as if he were still working here.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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