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No, it's not possible to use DKIM with Gmail. But if you want to improve your spam-status, you should use SPF records. Add the following as a TXT record in your DNS settings: v=spf1 include:_spf.google.com ~all


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Check Gmail Settings --> Accounts and Import. From there, "Add another email address you own". I don't believe you need to be able to log into your @123 email since any verification emails are being forwarded back to you already. Then, below that setting choose "Reply from the same address the message was sent to". Once it's set up, you can A) choose ...


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There is still some setup on your part if your domain name was purchased from, for example GoDaddy. You will need to set your MX DNS Records to point at gmail's server. If you do not have a domain name, that is step one of using Google Apps for Business. If you are just trying to use a Gmail address, well that's what Gmail is for ;)


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During the sign up process you specify an email address & a password, this is the "email service" that you are provided access to directly through Google's Gmail client. Simply go to the Google Apps for Business Dashboard and click the sign in link. You'll need to provide the domain name and make sure the drop-down box is set to the admin console / ...


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Have you tried adding a filter that would forward all filtered e-mails to the a second account? First, you must create the secondary email. Add it as a forwarding address in GMail; go to Settings > Forwarding and POP/IMAP. You will need to open this secondary email to verify. In GMail, go to Settings > Filters and Create a New filter (this is located at ...


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You have two options. 1. Using only email forwarder You can add a mail forwarder for that one email address to google apps mail address on test domain alias. If you add your_domain.com to google apps, Google will provide you with your_domain.com.test-google-a.com as a test domain alias Lets say you want email1@your_domain.com to be on google apps, ...


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I don't know what browser you are using, but try using a different one (firefox or chrome). That might get you past the SSL ERROR; SSL had some bad security holes patched not to long ago, and if your browser is old and outdated it might not be able to established secure connections with sites like yahoo.


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First of all, Google disabled some account temporarily. In majority of cases, when an account is compromised for some security reasons, Google takes this action. You are not required to over react in this type of situation. All you need to do is to follow their instructions. After due verification, your account will be restored within a stipulated time. If ...


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I added my email address to a notepad file and uploaded to a Dropbox folder then shared the Dropbox folder link. That worked!


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Google wants (and does) forward a Google text message to email itself. It puts some encrypted string along with. For example if you send a message from 222-333-4444 to 222-333-4445, the corresponding email address it would result is 12223334444.12223334445.m46hV-2FW5@txt.voice.google.com and the reply should be from the same email to the same text otherwise ...


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I think this may now be fixed. I've experienced the same issue in the browser version (it always worked in Android) of gmail for years, but in the last few days it seems to have been fixed.



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