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If you're happy to pay for Google Apps, you could consider Pobox as an alternative. (I'm not associated with them, just a satisfied customer.) Their basic mail forwarding from your domain to your Gmail account plus the "Allmail" add-on to allow email to any address in your domain will cost $30 per year. You can give out any address in your domain and have ...


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The above help in the comments I succeeeded. My issue was that although the account I had was a Google apps account, it was not the administrator account. I found out who was via Ruben's link above leading to Google's Forgot Admin Account Info After entering my information I could see the domain of the backup address where the admin details had been sent ...


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Apps > Gmail > Default Routing Set default routing: Enter New email address: jondoe@example.com Under #2 click "Also deliver to: Add more recipients" Under #3 leave "Perform this action only on non-recognized addresses" clicked Under Apps User Account: Aliases > Set Alias: jondoe@example.com Now setup "send email as" for jondoe@example.com in the ...


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If you didn't find a good solution yet, for the Drive part - you can try Cloudsfer.com. Cloudsfer is a web service for content migration between clouds and can migrate your files between the two Drive accounts disclosure - I'm part of the Cloudsfer team


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It copies the mail. You can stop and resume the process, and migrate again to recover any mail received while the process was active; it won't duplicate existing mail. You can also set the starting date from which the mail will be migrated.


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Yes, this is possible using the Canned Responses lab combined with filters. First, create two separate canned responses for each of the scenarios. Here's a good how-to for setting that up: http://time.com/12436/quick-gmail-trick-pre-write-email-messages-with-canned-responses/ Then you need to setup two filters: from:(domain.com) And: ...


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For the error: Server returned error: "[SYS/TEMP] Temporary system problem. Please try again later. s82mb74850398ioe" I found the username for the server settings wasn't using the full email address only the prefix. Adding the @everything else seems to have solved the problem.



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