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Yes you can do this but not without a little bit of hacking around. From my answer at Equivalent of 'archive' for priority inbox \ multiple inbox : The only way that I have found to do it is either with the element inspector in chrome/safari or with firebug in firefox. The good news is that once you have made the settings change it will work in all ...
What you need to do is generate an application-specific password for each client you want to authenticate to your Google account. Then enter the application-specific password instead of your password or password + verification code. You can generate these application-specific passwords by going to this page (use your domain name instead of example.com): ...
You can set this up as either an alias domain on your existing Apps account or as a new Apps account, entering mail.domain.com as the domain in the set up process You will need to set up the correct DNS records against mail.domain.com. With an Apps domain alias all users are mirrored, i.e.: mail for firstname.lastname@example.org will be recieved by ...
Open the "Settings" tab at the top, select "Email" under "Services" from the menu at the left, then select the "Default routing" tab. Click "Add Setting". You can now decide between "Single recipient" or "Pattern match" if you have more than one. I chose to use a pattern. My pattern looks something like: (alias1|alias2|alias3)@mydomain.com Make sure that ...
Using email group is one option but if you want to be able to Send As you might need a shared mailbox. I'm not completely sure but I don't think you can configure Send As from a group. If you are using Premier edition, you can create a shared mailbox and then give each user access to that account. They will be able to then open that mailbox from their ...
Being an avid user of Gmail and Google Apps myself, I know that it's not as simple as it seems, there's a few steps involved. You have to redirect all of your work emails to your personal one, verify that you own your personal email, verify (again) that you own your work email so you can send mail through that address and setup a filter so that things don't ...
Yes, it's possible. Unfortunately, unlike the vacation autoresponder which only sends the message once to the sender, you'll end up sending the message every time you receive a message. First, you need to turn on the Canned Responses lab and set one up. (To create a canned response, start by composing a new message, then in the context menu of the compose ...
One more way to do this in Google Apps is to use a "group". A group is like a mailing list. Here are the steps you can follow: "Manage This Domain" (for domain1.com) "Email Settings" "Users and Groups" "Create a New Group". Fill-in your details. In your case, the group email address will be "guy". Make sure you choose "Team" and "Also allow anyone on the ...
This is possible, but apparently only through the Provisioning API, witch is only available to Premier and Education Edition domains. If you don't have one of those, you could simply create an alias for that account and set up a custom from address, so new mail is sent from that alias.
Use Gmail + Thunderbird + mail redirect extension.
Yes, that's actually one of the selling points: data ownership. Really though, you shouldn't be using work email for personal business.
Sam Ruby posted a workaround: From the message dropdown, select Show original, then from the browser select Save Page As.... With a text editor, find the line containing X-From_:. Copy this line to the top of the file, then modify that first line by removing the X- and _: characters. Save the file. Now you case use mutt on that file (example: mutt -f ...
I'm seeing this setting in Settings -> Themes. If it's not appearing for you, it might be because of the Google Apps next-generation setting (which is avaliable in US English only).
Each user can add the group address to the list of accounts that they can send mail from. These steps will need to be repeated for each user. In Mail Settings > Accounts, click Add another email address you own Enter the group email address, and change the name to something appropriate for the group email address. Send the verification email (it will be ...
Try the link below, changing the email@example.com value as needed. https://firstname.lastname@example.org
I also face the same problem, I manage a domain 'fptb.edu.ng' and wanted 'students.fptb.edu.ng' to be supported by the same Google Apps account. I simply added the subdomain 'students.fptb.edu.ng' as a new domain (not domain alias as some people advice), I did all the verification as required by Google Apps (I used File Upload verification method). The ...
Not possible, and unlikely to ever be possible given that it effectively constitutes a forged from address, which Gmail goes to some lengths to protect against (eg requiring verification for send-as aliases). I miss this feature from mutt, but not so much that it wasn't worth the switch.
Despite the possibilities you listed, you can also create mail aliases to your main account (if you're the only one who should get the mail otherwise I'd create groups). Users and Groups > Your Main Address > Add nickname > Type it in > Save changes
Set up forwarding the old account to the new. When I changed domains I did this and went one better - I added a filter to label all mail that was forwarded from the old account. So now I can see it at a glance and go and change my details on whatever website is sending to the old address today.
Short answer: Yes. However, there are some things I think I should say about that approach. For completely unrelated sites, it's probably best to sign up for completely unrelated Google Apps accounts. Domain aliases will work, but all sites will share the same limitations on how many users can be created (quotas). Separate accounts will each have their own ...
Under settings on your personal account, setup send as other account. Enter the detail of your Apps account, this will send that account an authorisation request. When you log into your Apps account, get the code and enter it under your personal account. Also, in your Apps account you can forward email into your personal account, AND/OR, setup your ...
The e-mail fetcher would only fetch new e-mails that are on the inbox of the POP account. IMAP is the the way to go. Here's a quote from another guide: It was simple: I merely added Gmail as an IMAP account to my Apple Mail client, then just dragged folder-by-folder all the messages important to me onto my Gmail account. It took a while to transfer all ...
To add an email disclaimer to all email sent from your domain follow these steps: Enable the Google Message Security service for your domain as described here. Set Postini as your outbound mail gateway as described in step one here. When you enable the Postini service you'll be provided with the outbound mail gateway details. Configure a compliance footer ...
There is an auditing API available in Business, Education and ISP accounts that will allow you to download the contents of a user's GMail account including spam, sent and deleted items. Google doesn't provide a GUI for it, but some third-party software, such as Appogee DMS, does.
Note: In order to perform this in the New Google Apps dashboard you'll need to: Login to Google Apps Control Panel as an admin Select Security Advanced Settings Federated Login using OpenID Check "Allow users to sign in to third part websites using OpenID" Save changes
Yes! Gmail will automatically delete messages in the Spam folder after they have been sitting there for 30 days:
Unfortunately not. Even though careers@ is an alias, Google Apps sees it as an existing address. Incoming emails would not know which is the correct careers@. If you were to create a group with the name careers@ you would get the same error. You need to delete the alias and then create careers@'s own account. ...
You are correct that the issue is because you have multiple users on that account. You're running into Google's IMAP limits. From: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/97150?hl=en If you have multiple users frequently accessing the same account or more than one IMAP client accessing Gmail at the same time, you may reach a connection threshold and ...
We needed to setup a distribution list where there were many aliases but they all were delivered to the same users. The best approach we found was creating a fake user account, setting up aliases on that account, forwarding the email to a real group, and using the group membership function to setup the distribution list. Works reasonably well, but having ...
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