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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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Under the title, beside the number of posts is a drop-down button (circle with down arrow). One of the options here is 'Email updates to me'. Is that what you're looking for?


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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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Short answer If this happens only sometimes could be a glitch. Alternatives As consumer account users we could only post a question as a issue report to the Google Groups - Google Apps for Work Help Forum. As Google Apps for Work or similar account user you could ask the organization admin to submit a support ticket. If this happens always the group ...


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Short answer Yes it's possible. It could be as simple as to train the group members to use Reply to all instead of Reply. How to use the built-in related features in Google Groups and Gmail Overall steps On the admin/group side [optional] As the admin of the Google Apps organization, enable Google Groups for Business for your organization. In the ...


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You can't do what you're thinking in the "normal" (consumer) Gmail. (What you want is possible with Google Apps Email, but I assume that's not what you're talking about.) You can create a contact group in your Contacts that will make it easy to find and send email to multiple people, but ultimately it just adds all of their email addresses to the To: field. ...


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In the Advanced Search of Google Groups use the "Has the words" or "No has the words" fields. This will look in the body and the subject. The search operator for subject is subject:keyword. In Google Web Search use the following for topics (the initial post of each thread) site:groups.google.com/d/topic/groupname/ term1 term2 i.e. ...


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Google Group doesn't have a permissions access for categories. See Permissions for a list of all permissions available in Google Groups.


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At least in Google Chrome, printing with the browser function only gives the first page of the discussion. One ugly workaround is this: Choose the "Compact" view. (It may work with other views but I haven't tried it.) Right-click on any message and select "Inspect element." A window will appear with a whole bunch of "div" entries in the upper left pane. ...


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To manage their membership settings, group members should use the web user interface. Reference My membership settings - Groups Help


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You have add the users in order to send confirmation mail.Follow the steps below to add users and send confirmation email. From the Topics screen, click on the Manage button. A list of items appears on the left-hand side of the screen. Click on Members. Several items are listed. Click on Directly add members. The Add/Invite members screen ...


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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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If the group members list is large, then the group could not be expanded in Google Calendar1. One alternative is to do the following: Export the list of group members to a CSV file. Create a list only with the group members email addresses that you want to include in your email message. If the list is short, you could send them an email from your a ...


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The following, as the OP describe, might work without notifying anyone else. Create a Calendar event Add the group to the invitation list Expand the group Save the event Choose not to notify the guests Open the event Click Email the guests Copy the email addresses Delete the event Choose not to notify the guests


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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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You need to set the "Post Permission" to public. Click the gear in upper right. Then Group Settings in the dropdown. Then on the left under the "Permissions" find "Basic Permissions" and set "Post" to public. This allows anyone to send messages to the group via e-mail.


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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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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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