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Alias = mirror of the original or main email address. Therefore the disk space is shared between the two. Good explanation over here. An alias is essentially just a nickname for a mail account. The alias itself has no mailbox and all mail sent to it will be delivered to the mailbox it is mapped to.


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As you already read from the Google support pages: at this time you can't change which domain is your primary domain. You can't do it. So there is no way of "keeping" your free Google apps plan if you insist on changing the primary domain. However, keeping the primary domain is not usually a problem if all you want to do is change the "Organization ...


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You should try GrexIt's Shared Gmail Labels (grexit.com) - GrexIt lets you share your Gmail Labels between multiple Gmail / Google Apps users. This works over IMAP, so it'd work no matter what email client you're using. Do give it a try. Disclaimer: I am the Founder of GrexIt.


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I've hunted around the interwebs for just this solution, and HIGHLY recommend using Markdown Here. It is a browser extension for Chrome, Firefox and Safari that lets one toggle back-and-forth between Markdown and HTML. It's original use-case is for in composing e-mail, but it "works great" in Google Sites. Also, it supports TeX math formula, which for ...


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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


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It looks like your users should be able to have it, since it was released in general on the 5th. (source) Here is what I had to do: Hold your mouse over "Inbox" on the left side of the window Click the down arrow that appears. Mouse over "Default" Click "Manage your inbox settings" Check the appropriate tabs that you want, and click Save


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Based on my own testing, it seems that Google Apps users who have enabled 2-factor authentication for their account will also be required to input a verification code when logging into the management console. This has two key implications: The only way to enforce 2-factor authentication for the management console is by ensuring that all users who can ...


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Only a couple of days ago the Google App Engine team announced the free single user accounts were being discontinued, negating that workaround. Outlook.com is the most prominent competitor that still lets user use a custom domain for free. Zoho is another one I've seen mentioned, although I've not personally used either.


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As of June 24, 2013 this issue is now fixed. There are now two drag & drop target zones in the compose window. The main larger one will imbed the images inline while a smaller one at the bottom of the compose window will allow you to directly attach the images. See here: http://lifehacker.com/add-images-as-attachments-via-drag-and-drop-in-gmail-561870021 ...


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You mention using Mandrill/Mailgun/Sendgrid for transactional email. You might check out Zapier for integration with various CRMs of those services. Zapier can automatically send an email anytime it detects a new lead/contact in a CRM for those services. The links below show those services integrating with the various CRMs from Zapier including Salesforce, ...


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The General Audit Tool is a tool in the marketplace, that will show all files and statistics in great detail. It has a limited free element after the initial 28 day trial for statistics.


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By default, I don't see any spot in the Google Apps Admin console where an administrator could see your searches. Buuut if you're using Google Apps and logging into the Chrome browser both at work and at home, an admin could Reset your password Log in to your PC or Chrome as you See all of your history in Chrome Of course, this would not be unnoticed by ...


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Google had support for private calendar links until about a year ago. They removed this feature, which I had been using for years to share calendar events for my cub scout pack, which needed to be easy to share but not public for the safety of the boys. I switched over to Outlook.com this year, as it includes this feature.


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Possible, paid but not for 2-step - just for custom domain. tl;dr; Usage of Google mail servers with custom domain requires Google Apps for Business, formerly knowned just as Google Apps. Quoting from Google Apps Help Center As of December 6, 2012, Google no longer offers new accounts for the free edition of Google Apps To enable two ...


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Saariko, the short answer is no. I assume you're talking about domain-wide Google Groups, not a group of contacts for a specific user. Since Google Groups is a separate service (rather poorly integrated into Gmail), the full membership of that group cannot be expanded and modified in the To field like it can in Outlook with Exchange. However, an individual ...


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Yes. Free Google Apps accounts that have not been used for a year will be deactivated. The administrator will first receive some warning emails like this: "We noticed that you haven’t used your Google Apps account for the domain domain.net in over a year. Please let us know if you’d like to keep this account. If we don’t hear from you in 30 days, your ...


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You can "nickname" your email using plus-sign addressing (plus-sign suffixing). So, for instance you can sign up using these emails: me+facebook@example.net me+twitter@example.net me+forumx@example.net And they will all be delivered to me@example.net, providing that you are using GMail. This will allow you to keep one username and password, in your case ...


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If you only have 5 users (you said under 6), then I recommend either: Snapforce CRM Zoho CRM Both Snapforce and Zoho are great for small businesses, i believe snapforce won 2013 award for best CRM system to use under 100 employees. But both are worth checking out. As they both offer FREE editions.


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You can get a free Google account with a custom domain without Google Apps. In order to do this, you must already be able to receive emails on your domain. Set up mail forwarding for your existing email address / gmail address. If you run an own SMTP server, this can usually be done by adding your main email address (e.g. example@gmail.com) to a .forward ...


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You cannot do it directly. Only via API within Google services. However, there are tools. The tool we have used is FlashPanel. You can get it in the Google Apps Marketplace. Right now it is completely free. It is my understanding they are planning to make a free and paid version.


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It sounds like you have 2 factor authentication Enforcement turned on for the domain: I'm thinking you could turn that off so all users are not forced to have 2 factor authentication. The best answer I could find if you want to leave that setting enabled would be to setup an exception group: Have all users and administrators enroll in 2-step ...


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Temporarily turning off 2-factor is not an ideal situation. Depending on the number of users, you could be chasing the user to get it setup so you can turn it back on. After while, you will just leave it off. We recommend you create a suborganization called something like "Pre-2-factor" and move the new user into the suborg. That suborg has the 2-factor ...


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Real APK Leecher works...so should apk-downloader (but downloading .apk is not recommended...you might instead want to save it to apk through device) EDIT: steps for Real Apk Leecher use this app to know your device id Download Real Apk Leecher and enter details it asks for (it asks for your google account password, so rather create a new account for ...


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I am assuming that you are talking about a "Google Apps for Business" account. Not clear if the first domain (conquerlogistics.com) has been associated with the account or not. In either case, the procedure to do this is a bit lengthy to describe here. See Google Apps Help for details. Google Apps accounts allow you to define a "domain alias" (inside the ...


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I think that the answer is most likely "no". Your administrator has said that you cannot use Docs/Drive, so when you are logged in with your institutional account, you are simply not going to be able to access a file that's in Docs/Drive. Now, yes, a Docs/Drive user can share a file with " a Yahoo email" - but that' only because it is possible to have an ...


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With your free Google account you can share a particular calendar. You can check all the settings on the documentation here. To create a new calendar, just follow these steps: Click the drop-down arrow to the right of My calendars Select Create new calendar Enter information about your new calendar Click the Create calendar button You can share this ...


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No, there is no facility within Google+ to share one item with multiple people separately. You'll need to share the same item multiple times. For what it's worth, there's no facility in Facebook to do that either. In fact, it seems to fly in the face of "social" sharing altogether. If you want to share the same thing to multiple people individually, why not ...


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The cause of this problem is this: A browser cookie indicates which Google account you're logged into. When you're logged into your work account then go to Google+, G+ tries to access that account's Google+ service, which your company has disabled. If it wasn't disabled, you'd still be connecting to the wrong Google+ account. Google had a high priority ...


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I'm assuming what you want is for everyone on your support team to receive a copy of any email sent to the support email address? This can be achieved easily enough by setting up filters or forwarding addresses. Setting a forwarding address will send all emails received by the support email to the specified destination addresses. Filtering might be a ...


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I have running accounts where the primary domain is actually expired and use them via additional names and everything seems to work (for now). Google is obviously "cleaning" old apps free accounts at the moment so perhaps they one day decide to check the primary domain against root domain server but I doubt they deactivate them if that account also includes ...



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