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Is Google's Gmail service for my own domain free? I thought it was $50 per domain.

I want to use it for my custom domain's email server, to both send and receive email from a web application.

This page says $50 per user, but someone mentioned it was free.

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marked as duplicate by Al E., Eight Days of Malaise, Dez, ChrisF Dec 14 '12 at 14:13

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The standard edition of Google Apps is $5/user/month (or $50/user/year). There is also a version that includes a compliance-friendly archive vault for $10/user/month.

Google used to offer a free edition but no longer accepts new sign-ups for it.

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What is the email storage capacity on a standard account? It only lists a premiere account at 25GB. – Force Flow Nov 14 '10 at 0:11
Standard amounts allotted to regular Gmail accounts. Mine shows 7518MB right now. – Stephen Jennings Nov 14 '10 at 0:32
Sadly, this answer changed recently. Google is retiring the free google apps for under 10 users feature. Much to the sadness of thrifty (cheap) individuals like me. – ftrotter Dec 10 '12 at 14:51

Well it seems that FOR ONE USER, there is a workaround for the free version, so it is still available and free, but quite limited.

For more info: http://googlesystem.blogspot.com/2012/12/google-apps-no-longer-free-for-small.html

or google for "google apps free edition workaround"

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Could you back up your statement with references? – Jacob Jan Tuinstra Dec 11 '12 at 12:29