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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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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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Check under the About link: The group settings specifies that only managers may post:


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I think all you'll be able to do is filter messages that have one address but not the other.  to:marketing.myorg@gmail.com -to: engineering.myorg@gmail.com should find all messages sent to marketing.myorg@gmail.com but not also to engineering.myorg@gmail.com.


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Unroll.me was the culprit. I must have inadvertently told Unroll.me to unsubscribe from emails for that particular google group. Turns out that Unroll.me's action on "unsubscribe" is "mark as read and unceremoniously dump in trash". That's very much a wanted behavior, but a confusing one if you goof up. I found it by cmd+F searching in my unsubscribed ...


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Make sure spam moderation settings are enabled for this group - you can find them at this URL: https://groups.google.com/a/mycompany.com/forum/#!groupsettings/info/moderation, for a group email info@mycompany.com (obviously replace these values with those appropriate for your real group). I recommend sending the messages to the moderation queue and ...


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As a group owner I can tell you that it is possible that your subscription and/or your message are awaiting confirmation from the group managers. Some groups do not allow new users posting rights until they are conformed. Another possibility is that the group doesn't allow members to send messages. My recommendation is to wait a bit longer (until a ...


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To create a collaborative inbox you need a Google Apps for Work or Apps Unlimited account. You can not create a collaborative inbox with a Free (legacy) Apps account. https://support.google.com/a/answer/6043385 If your Apps user account does not have permission to create groups under your domain, you can create a group from within the Apps admin panel ...


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This is now part of standard search within Google Groups. From Groups: Help: Search and filter: after:YYYY/MM/DD Include only messages created after the YYYY/MM/DD date. For example, after:2011/11/02. before:YYYY/MM/DD Include only messages created before the YYYY/MM/DD date. For example, before:2011/11/02.


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It looks like you can't really merge the groups into a whole group, but you can nest one under the other, which will allow the nested group to receive all of the emails and default settings of the parent group. https://support.google.com/a/answer/167100?hl=en


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According to a Google Employee this is done on purpose on public groups to prevent people getting signed up and spammed. The recommendation is to direct new users to the web interface (https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/{GROUP_NAME}/join) so that they can manage their settings. You might also direct your group members to this help page: ...


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There's no way to do that by email, but changing the group's email settings can all be done fairly easily. When you go to Groups Home, you'll see the list of groups that you're a member of. If you have admin access you'll be able to edit the settings for that group. As for the users on your list, they'll be able to edit their individual preferences as well: ...



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