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The reason why you aren't seeing the option to enable the 2-factor authentication in your settings page may indicate that the Administrator for your Google Apps for your domain hasn't enabled the feature to be used by people in your Google for Business instance. If that is the case, the answer to your question would be: The administrator for your Google ...


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A domain alias can be released and readded to another primary domain immediately. You will need to re-verify the domain, but MX can stay the same. Removing a primary domain takes 5 days before it can be re-added as a alias domain to some other primary domain. The 5 days can be reduced to hours if you contact the Google support and ask them to help you ...


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Please try something like: =vlookup(A1,Sheet2!H:I,2,0) where ColumnH in Sheet2 ('other sheet') contains Number and ColumnI of the same row the corresponding unit price.


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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. ...


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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 ...


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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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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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Google Takeout Can help you to liberate your data from Google. Check this link. https://www.google.com/settings/takeout


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In short, yes, you can use Google Groups as alias replacements. Please see the details below. There is no limit to the number of groups you can create. (src: "Is there a limit to the number of groups a user can create?" However, a given user can only be the owner of 1000 groups. If the group is created by a Super Admin or user with the Create Groups role, ...


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There is a GApps user and calendar for each resource in your domain, and you can view it to see who booked the resource and for what duration. In your calendar, click the little arrow box next to "Other Calendars" and select "Browse Interesting Calendars". Who knows what you will find in here! Click on the "More" heading and then the blue carat (">") to ...


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Not directly. You'll want to use a third-party email client that can import mbox files as well as connect to Gmail via IMAP. Thunderbird, with the ImportExportTools extension, looks like it would suit. Once you import the mbox files and connect your Gmail via IMAP, it then should be as simple as dragging-and-dropping between the accounts.


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How to left align dollar sign and right align the number, like Excel currency format? Not possible. (By the way, in Excel it is called Accounting format, Currency is different.) Also, is there a way to create a custom format? Yes. Format > Number > More Formats > Custom number format... More details here: ...


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When logged in to your work account go to https://plus.google.com/settings and uncheck the box next to "Help others discover my profile in search results."


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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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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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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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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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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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You can use Google Groups to solve your problem. Have the Super Administrator create a group containing all users in your Google Apps account, then add this group's email address to the calendar with the "Make Changes to Events" permission level. One complication is that giving a group permission to a calendar doesn't add that calendar to the user's ...


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Unless you are specifically using an alternate SMTP server for sending mail you should not enter anything into this field. If you are moving from one host to GAPPS for mail, you should only update your MX records. Here is the help article on how to do that.


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You cannot add any elements that are not available in the form builder, so you cannot control how the respondent's username is displayed. But the the username is displayed to the user filling in your form, if you're using Google Apps for Business. Make sure the options Require [domain name] login to view this form and Automatically collect respondent's ...


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As mentioned in my comment, the Google Apps upgrade is for the entire domain, not individual email accounts in the domain. However, what you can do is add storage for just one user - login as the user, click on Buy storage & select the plan that you want


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You can add a Google Script inside the spreadsheet that looks something like this: function save() { var ss = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSheet(); var threads = GmailApp.search("subject:X"); for (var t in threads) ss.appendRow([threads[t].getFirstMessageSubject()]); }


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https://developers.google.com/admin-sdk/email-audit/ The Google Apps Email Audit API allows Google Apps administrators to audit a user's email, email drafts, and archived chats. In addition, a domain administrator can retrieve account login information and download a user's mailbox.


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There is currently no way to do this via the Gmail web app itself. "Delayed/scheduled send" is a popular feature request for Gmail, so this may change in the future. Boomerang is a popular 3rd party tool that can send scheduled or recurring emails.


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From what I know, there's a 5-day freeze period before you can move a domain alias to another Google Apps account. (The information used to be available here, but the page no longer exists). Also see this question, which is somewhat similar: How to delete an active domain from a Google Apps account?


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If you're only looking to see a single event, you can click on "Find a time" once you've added the room to your calendar invite. This will show the calendar's schedule, let you view its events and see who created another event (as long as this event isn't marked 'private')


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It is still possible to add a separate domain to your existing Google Apps for Work subscription, but it is no longer possible to add separate domains for the Google Apps Free (Legacy) edition. From their support page regarding the legacy edition: The legacy free edition of Google Apps only supports domain aliases, not secondary domains. The same ...


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Migrator for Google Apps may just solve your problem. However after the first free migration, it costs $15/migration. https://www.migrationapp.com/ Migrator's overview and FAQ can be found at: https://migrationapp.zendesk.com/hc/en-us


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You can make a user into a Group Admin. Log on to your Google Admin Console, click on Users and then the user you'd like to give this role to, Show More, then Roles and Privileges. Here you can click on Manage Roles and give them the default Group admin, or create a more custom role for them.



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