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First of all, click on the settings icon in the top-right of the screen and then More mail settings Then, click on the Email forwarding link (under the Managing your account section) Choose the Forward your mail to another email account option, and enter your Gmail address in the Where do you want your messages to be sent? textbox. If you do not wish the ...
Don't know exactly, but my guess is that when trying to do the delivery, the gmail server is looking up and figuring out the chain of forwards right from the start, in order to do the delivery properly the first time (rather than send the message on to itself, where it has to do another lookup, and so on). Given that, it would trivial for them to notice ...
Yes, you can set up split delivery. That way, all incoming mail goes through Google's servers, but you can specify which emails are delivered to Gmail inboxes, and which are delivered to inboxes on other servers (like your current email system). If I understand correctly, this situation applies to you: If some users use Gmail and others use their legacy ...
You can't specify different MX records for different users. MX records are specific to a domain. See also these two questions on Server Fault: Can I setup an MX record for a particular user email address? MX Records - go to two servers?
Yes, this can be achieved very easily. You simply switch the MX records of the users you wish to move across to Google Apps and leave the others as they are. This is a relatively standard feature for most of the Google Apps implementations we undertake as it allows for pilot projects with a subset of users.
Yes you can setup groups, email aliases so email can be forwarded and/or shared with multiple users. http://support.google.com/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=33343 http://support.google.com/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=33327
I kind of got this working (still working out some kinks) in Linux with the kmail client. Any invite that I want to pop into my gmail folder.. I opent he ICS invite with "open with", and select my small bash script ~/bin/gmail-invite.sh: #!/bin/bash INVFILE=/tmp/tweeks.ics DESTemail@example.com sed "firstname.lastname@example.org/$DEST/g" $1 > $INVFILE ...
Filters are not processed when you mark a message as not spam. They are only processed when the message first arrives in your mailbox. You have two choices: Manually forward them when this happens. Use a second account which reads the mail from this account via POP3 and has all of the forwarding rules you defined before. The first option is self ...
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