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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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With the new Google Cloud Console the procedure to obtain the P12 key has changed: Open the project, go to APIs & auth > Credentials Click on Create new Client ID, and select Service account and P12 key. Then click on Create Client ID to download it.


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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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The following GMail backup/restore utility was recently modified to be able to deal with a Google Takeout file to restore messages to an account. It's the best option available I think. https://github.com/jay0lee/got-your-back/wiki - free Gmail backup/restore utility, currently command-line only


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The only way I have found to do this is to do the following: Create a generic document that contains all your styles Save that document as a template Get each user in your organisation to open that document from the template library With the document open they need to click on the styles field, then options, then save as my default styles I wish there ...


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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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Yes its possible. You can have a dedicated Google Apps account for all aliases. In admin.google.com add all the aliases you need to that single account. Then in Gmail filters, configure one filter per alias to forward them to the appropriate external email (you need to verify them, see Gmail filters help). It has issues though. When they reply, it will be ...


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I do not think that Google Forms has any feature like that. One option might be to ask respondents for their email address (or some other identifier) and only to accept the first entry (ie the one with the minimum date/time) each day.


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Provision API has gone the way of the Dodo and now you have to rewrite your script and add some extra security approvals along the way. I got the info finally after a whole bunch of searching, after my script failed to day from here: http://thegapps.com/7/how-can-i-force-my-users-to-reset-the-password?show=8#a8 below is a summary (without the pretty ...


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Google have updated their code on this and it works more smoothly but if you're the admin of a domain and have the admin account opened in one window and the calendar user in another you will need to log out and back in on the calendar user before the changes will take effect. This also includes if the calendar owner is the admin as well. I have just run ...


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Try visiting this URL: https://admin.google.com/example.com/ForgotAdminAccountInfo Where it has example.com in the URL change that to your Google Apps domain. This will give you a captcha to fill out and send instructions on changing your username and/or password.


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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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I had the very same problem. This worked for me: I am admin of groups A and B of google accounts. Groups have some privileges on some folders. I add Bob to group B. Bob gains all privileges that group B has. THEN Bob logs in Drive. He must search for the most rooted folder that group B has some privilege on. To do the search, search bar at top is used, the ...


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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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Just found the answer myself. If you go to this URL: https://admin.google.com/EXAMPLE.COM/AdminHome#DomainSettings/subtab=subscriptions&notab=1 and replace the EXAMPLE.COM with your Google apps for business URL it will tell you.


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Make sure the Allow per-user outbound gateways option is selected. You can find it in your Google Apps Control Panel (admin.google.com) → Google Apps → Gmail → Advanced Settings → "End User Access" section.


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No, you can't, as the error message states. The best you can do is to create a temporary account within your domain for the person you're trying to delegate to. This account could be set up to forward all mail and give access to calendars to the Gmail account.


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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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You can’t do it for a Google Apps account. See the note under Customize your menu in this help page: Note: If you are using a Google Apps account, you won't be able to customize your menu.


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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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GYB can import .mbox files to Gmail. gyb --email you@gmail.com --action restore-mbox your.mbox


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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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The email service in Google Apps is optional, so you could use Calendar without Gmail for Work.



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