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Sounds like that user needs to be reprimanded. Check if your company has a policy on users that are moving or deleting shared files. I am sure your supervisors would be able to take appropriate actions as well. To answer you question, however, no there is no fine grained permissions where a user can edit a document but not be able to delete it. The only ...


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Log into Gmail using http://mail.google.com. (I don't know if this is how you are accessing Gmail. You may be going through an Outlook or other mail client.) Place the emails for the individuals in the Contacts section of Gmail. The web site has what looks like a gear with a pull-down menus. Select settings and then the tab Filters and Blocked ...


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try this: =REGEXEXTRACT(B1,"\d+\.?\d+$")*1+REGEXEXTRACT(C1,"\d+\.?\d+$")*1 REGEXEXTRACT part of formula "\d+.?\d+$" does this: \d - match and retun digit from 0 to 9 \d+ - gives one or more digits . - any symbol \. - dot ? - makes previous symbol optional (we use it here to match integers) $ - matches end of string


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The help article in the Google Apps Administrator Help Center about how to set a footer is Append footer setting The step 3 in the referred help article says: In the Organizations section, highlight your domain or the organizational unit for which you want to configure settings (see Configure advanced settings for Gmail for more details). I think ...


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So it sounds like all email should not get the footer. Just outgoing emails that are NOT going to an info@ address. This should be a filter put on the software that is attaching the footer. Whatever software is attaching the footer should also look to see if it is coming from info@ and if it IS coming from info@ then do not put the footer on. I would ...


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First, you need a lookup table for the letter->digits substitutions. +----+-----+ | A | 00 | | B | 01 | | C | 02 | +----+-----+ (To enter strings like "00", use ="00"). Suppose this table is in cells E1:F18. Then given a string like K1J05359 in cell G1, you can convert it with =vlookup(mid(G1, 3, 1), E1:F18, 2, 0) & left(G1, 2) & right(G1, ...


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I've looked in Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Plus and Groups and couldn't find this information. As a Google Apps Admin, however, I can lookup the user and see their groups from their User Account Page. If someone else has a better answer I would love to know as well.


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Groups for Business is part of Google apps, if you have Google apps for Business it's a service you can turn on



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