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No, the Postini service was being, and now has been, shut down. There is no way to stay on a service that is no longer running.


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This a bug whatever is doing the validation. RFC 822 theoretically allowed separate CR and LF characters, which are not line ends, but RFC 2822 removes this feature. RFC 2822 section 2.3 says "CR and LF MUST only occur together as CRLF; they MUST NOT appear independently in the body." What the programmer did is RFC 2822 complaint and your version is not. As ...


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There is no setting in the Gmail UI for a time based auto response. The Email Settings API does allow you to enable, disable, change, and poll the current state of the autoresponder.


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A domain alias gives everyone another email address, an alias, with the new domain. For example, adding the domain alias.com as an alias to example.com, gives bob@example.com another email address at bob@alias.com. Directions for adding a domain alias are here. The behavior you are describing requires you to add another domain to your Google Apps ...


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No. Shared Google calendars have their own email address. Because the shared Google calendar's email address wasn't invited to the event, it can't 'accept' the invite. You can manually copy events to secondary calendars by opening the event details, choosing the More Actions drop down, and selecting 'Copy to...'.


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No, Google Apps does not include a mass mailing or marketing tool. Google Apps accounts are subject to both sending and receiving limits. If you can stay within these limits you, or a 3rd party, could build a tool using Apps Script, Gmail, and Sheets in Google Apps. When paying for some of the other services you mentioned you are also getting their ...


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Personally I really like how the Gmail autoresponder works, so my approach would be to leave the autoresponder as is and work with the inbox@mydomain.com address differently. Google Apps has two alternatives. Delegated access. Create an account for inbox@mydomain.com and access it from your main account using delegated access. Downside: This will require ...


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You don't have the right to turn it yourself. You can ask your Google Apps administrator to allow users to turn it on, they can do this at https://admin.google.com/EXAMPLE.COM/AdminHome#ServiceSettings/notab=1&service=securitysetting&subtab=lesssecureappsaccess Or from https://admin.google.com/, go to Basic Settings => Security => Less secure apps


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From Administrative APIs - Google Apps Administrator Help Google Apps administrators have access to Google Apps Administrative APIs. These APIs allow you to collaborate with the Google Apps services using your existing infrastructure. There are a number of administrator and application APIs that can be integrated with Google Apps and the ...


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If the message wasn't received by Google's servers, there is no way it can be delivered to your consumer Gmail account. Start by using the email log search within your Google Apps account to find additional details on what happened to these 'missing' messages. About Email Log Search Find messages with Email Log Search An alternative method that avoids ...


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Whether or not something is a 'downside' would be a matter of opinion and can vary from person to person. However I can say that Google Apps does still lag behind consumer Gmail for some features. For example Inbox came to consumer Gmail several months before it was available in Google Apps, and Google Spaces currently can't be used by Google Apps accounts....


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It seems the contacts doesn't sync, but you should be able search them from your iPhone. This means you have to be on-line to find them. From support.google.com: How to search your Google Apps Directory and Global Address List on iOS On your iPhone, launch the Contacts app. Go to the Groups selection screen. Select your_account Global Address ...


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At this time, there isn't a cross-platform Google Contacts mobile app. iOS users could use the native Contact app (see Use Google Apps on iOS), Android 2.1 - 2.3x users could use Google Apps Lookup. End-Users can access the Global Directory by using Gmail or Google Contacts desktop web apps. They could try to use these apps from the mobile web browser, but ...


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If there are any other Super admins on your domain they can reset the password for the deceased admin's account and provide it to you. If your Google Apps domain was purchased through a reseller, reach out to them. They can assist you with this process through their reseller console. Try following all of the steps in the Reset your admin password help ...


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Unfortunately, it seems that Google has changed its policy for Google Apps Email service. I also noticed this new behaviours a few weeks ago. Before, I was to use a "Send as Gmail" (I don't remember the exact wording) functionality.


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I just spent an hour with Google support on this issue. Their solution: once you have added your new user(s), conduct a search from your group email address. Select all item then un-assign the group after the group has be removed then re-assign the group back to the selected item. Wish I had better news. As it stand for our business, we are having to re-...



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