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Warning: The deprecation period for the Google Apps Profiles Data API is nearly at an end. On April 20, 2015, we will discontinue service for this API. The main difference is the Google Apps Profiles API is getting shut down soon.


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If I have a need to for quick access to multiple Google accounts (work and home, for instance) I'll almost always use a second browser. Usually I'll use Google Chrome for my personal stuff, and Firefox for work. Another way to manage it is to right-click the link and choose "Open link in incognito window". (Chrome, but just about every other browser has an ...


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Ask your colleagues to share links to your so-called primary account. Or log in to a different browser with your secondary account, and manually copy and paste the shared links into a new tab there.


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Does the individual who sent you the document have you listed as "having permission"? Google docs have various separate permission settings for who can view, edit, etc. The individual may not have specifically given you permission to either view or edit the document. For example, one can give permission to view but not edit. Another setting may allow ...


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It is not possible to share the Google doc outside of domain As workaround,Please follow the steps (i) select the Google doc you need to share and then click on the more icon and then chose the download button with your desired format. (ii) Now go to the other domain and open the Google drive,Click upload and then select desired files by browsing the ...


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I would recommend our CubeBackup, which is designed to backup Google Apps data locally. CubeBackup has several features that Backupgoo doesn't have, such as data restoring, local retrieving etc. Disclosure: I work for CubeBackup.


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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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It is possible to setup a split delivery scenario where email traffic is sent to primary email system. You users are split on different email systems, for example Exchange and Google Apps. If the primary email system have the user, it will send the email to the secondary email system for delivery. This is a very common scenario in Google Apps enterprise ...


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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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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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I use different Google Chrome profiles. Each Google Chrome profile is logged to a different account. I can then just use the keyboard shortcut to switch between the different Google Chrome profiles.


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A simple solution if you already have a server (e.g. VPS): set up a mail server (for example Postfix) to forward incoming e-mail to Gmail, and set up Gmail to route outgoing e-mail through your mail server. Here's a quick tutorial: http://seasonofcode.com/posts/custom-domain-e-mails-with-postfix-and-gmail-the-missing-tutorial.html


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OK I seem to have found the issue. It seems that Google somehow updated its security policy this summer, and as a result, you have to First, use "add another email address" under JohnDoe@example.com to add teamA@example.com to JohnDoe@example.com, in which step you'll not be prompted to authenticate Then, go to your personal gmail and use "add another ...


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No, it is not possible to upgrade just one account to Google Apps for Business. However, a workaround is to purchase storage only for yourself. From the support article: The extra storage is only available to you. You can't share it with other users or transfer it to another account. You can't purchase storage for other users. You can purchase storage ...


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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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If you want to do the opposite of to:(example.com) -to:(sub.example.com), you need to do to:(sub.example.com). If you add -to:(example.com) you'll also exclude all the sub.example.com as well.



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