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Yes, just click in Join this group and choose your preferences. Then you're set Edit: I'm sorry I've misread your question. You could try this trick, paste in your browser URL bar: http://groups.google.com/group/mojolicious/boxsubscribe?email=myid Replace 'mojolicious' with the name of the group you want to join, and replace myid with the email ...


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Procedure to join Google Groups without creating a Google account: Look for group email address in the heading of “Group email”, it will look like: Group email (Group Name)@googlegroups.com or visit the group web page on Google Groups, and click on “About this group”. Send an email to (Group Name)+subscribe@googlegroups.com. +subscribe is the key, which is ...


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You can find it here: https://groups.google.com/group/sr-api/about?noredirect The link is currently missing from the About page in the new Group groups.


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Yes, in a somewhat round-about way. You can share the calendar with your groupname@googlegroups.com email address and give it permissions to manage the content. A discussion will be posted to the group's Discussion page (triggering any email notifications) with a link to the calendar. Anyone in the group that clicks the link to the calendar will be asked ...


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Currently you can join at this URL: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/<groupname>/join To leave the group, you can use https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/<groupname>/unsubscribe


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Example of an rss feed: https://groups.google.com/group/samskrithanews/feed/rss_v2_0_msgs.xml?num=50 Replace "samskrithanews" with the name of your group to get the corresponding feed.


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You can create a "Form" from within Google Docs and publish that form to your group.


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Combining answers by Rich Feit and vishvAs vAsuki, the about page for your project is reached via https://groups.google.com/group/sr-api/about?noredirect please replace sr-api with your group This will lead to links like: https://groups.google.com/forum/feed/sr-api/msgs/rss.xml?num=50(again, replacing sr-api) from the about page, which anyway, as of ...


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If you are the owner of the group then do the following: You need to go to Manage → Permission → Moderation permission. There change the Edit other's post and Own Post. Save. If you are not the owner, ask the owner to enable edits by following the steps above.


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That's a setting that the group owner has set. You can't override that. You'll need to go to the Google Groups web interface to post. (The address for the group is probably in the footer of the email you've been receiving, with other useful information.) The allowed post mechanisms are defined on the General Information page for the group. General ...


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Take a look at GroupSpaces - I was looking for a Google Groups replacement for managing a mailing list, and it seems to fit the bill really nicely.


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Try gl=us or hl=en in the URL to force a change to the site.


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You can access all your previous posts by viewing a post you have posted to previously. Locate your previous post (any of them - search groups for your name/handle/user-name) Next to your post, you will see "Post Reply" and a drop down arrow, click the drop down arrow and select "Show Activity" And there you go, now bookmark it :) *Only the most recent ...


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Now, the reply you posted is under review due to the particular Google Group's Settings. Now, you cannot know when it gets accepted (in the same way as we - users with less reputation try to edit a post in SE and get the "until it is peer-reviewed" message. When the edit is accepted, we do not receive any email-notifications nor any inbox message in SE. All ...


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Create a user account called forwarding-user@yourdomain.com. Then make forwarding-user@yourdomain.com a member of your group group@yourdomain.com. Then for each of the individuals outsider@somedomain.com who need to email group@yourdomain.com create a filter in forwarding-user@yourdomain.com to foward their mail. When outsider@somedomain.com emails to ...


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The easiest method is to enable Also Allow anyone on the internet to post messages As you might guess, this will allow anyone to send messagse to the group without having to be a member of the group. Naturally this opens the address up to misuse as anyone outside of the organisation can email the group. The other option (I'm not sure if this is a ...


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The most generic solution which should work for every address/mail provider and every Google group is send a mail to [Group Name]+subscribe@googlegroups.com [http://www.mydigitallife.info/how-to-subscribe-or-join-google-groups-without-google-account/ ] Some Groups seem to be restricted to mails registered to the Google account. An example is the ...


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UPDATE Google groups now supports multiple sign in. See Ruben's answer. Original Answer Google groups does not support multiple sign in. Because of this, it should use whatever account you logged into first in your current browser session. (The one marked as default in the account dropdown in gmail) If this is not the behavior you are seeing, that ...


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Yahoo! Groups offers much of what Google Groups does. In their favor I like that the calendar is integrated better and you can have (nested!) folders. I moved away from Yahoo! Groups because I found the ads intrusive. (I do miss good file management, though.)


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Create a group, from Group Settings -> Advanced - ensure This group is hosted on another mailing list host is checked and provide the email address of the mailing list.


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As far as I can understand what your problems are... You want to know how long attachments are kept in a Google Group? As long as Google doesn't warn you that the file will be deleted, I think they will last as long as the message they are attached to. Just like in Gmail, attachments will not get lost as long as you don't delete the message they were ...


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To know if the group is moderated: Go up from the topic until you see the group web page (i.e. the page with the list of the topics) Click in the upper right About link (next to Members if you're logged). The Group Information page opens. On the Access row (above Statistics) you will see All posts are held for moderation text if the group is moderated.


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If you click on the Gmail button and choose Contacts then choose your group, you can choose all members of that group and then selectively uncheck the ones you don't want.


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Once the message is posted it cannot be edited. https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/gmail-generation/7W51BDOBWIg Latest Link: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/panoramio-questions-support/SrK-xz4csCk


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Direct copy+paste will work, but if you want to make it look like code you'll have to Indent the code using the indent button Select the code block and change the font Select the code block & apply relevant colour. All these should be possible from the Web UI


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I don't believe there is any way you can access the invitation email directly from within Google Groups. The surefire way to get the text is to invite yourself to the group as well. To avoid Google Groups complaining that you're already a member of the group, use a different email address. This is easy to do if you use Gmail. For example, if your address ...


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Yes: go to "Email Options" under "Settings" on the "Settings" page. Or simply use the URL https://groups.google.com/forum/#!groupsettings/[GROUP_NAME]/email.


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You can use the option Lock replies: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/transition-sfv/3Jdz8DMUaT0/5WIYUiE7P8UJ: Lock Replies - Disallow any replies to topic(s). Topics that have replies locked have a gray lock icon next to their names. The Post reply button will also disappear from within these topics. Unlock Replies. Lock Topic - Disallow any ...


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(I assume you mean from the web interface.) Unfortunately, no, you can't. (At least at present.) Oddly enough, you can only mark messages as "read" but not the opposite.


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Yes. The answer says it all.



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