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reviewed Approve Turning off Google search results indirection
Feb
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comment Turning off Google search results indirection
@tehDorf It still works for me. I've edited my answer to update the links, and added @grant none to make sure that the user script runs in the page's context.
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revised Turning off Google search results indirection
Add @grant none to minimal demo, update links to UserScripts.org
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comment Turning off Google search results indirection
@Tomá┼íZato The web archive to the rescue: web.archive.org/web/20140424090201/https://userscripts.org/…
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revised Is it possible to use a custom domain with Gmail, but without Google Apps?
Remove stray sentence
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accepted How to view or delete my Yahoo Search History without logging in?
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asked How to view or delete my Yahoo Search History without logging in?
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answered How to view or delete my Yahoo Search History without logging in?
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answered Adding additional labels to arrows
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comment Is it possible to use a custom domain with Gmail, but without Google Apps?
@SimonBrangwin The OP asked whether it is possible to use a custom domain (perhaps for branding purposes?) in Gmail without Google Apps. That is possible (and has been explained in the answer). Your goal is similar, but different. It is indeed not possible to get Gmail to accept mails directed at an unknown (to Gmail) domain unless you pay for Google Apps. If you already manage a server, then it's not too difficult to activate a SMTP server that forwards your emails though.
Mar
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comment Is it possible to use a custom domain with Gmail, but without Google Apps?
@SimonBrangwin Sorry about that. I've edited my answer with the steps I really followed to get a set-up that works for me (custom domain for Google products, using Gmail). FYI, my rationale for posting this answer: Once, I wanted to register for a Google product with a custom domain, but according to all existing answers, it's not possible unless you have an Google Apps account. Later, I found that it is possible, so I added this answer. Fortunately, I hadn't done anything of significance, so migrating to the new Google account was easy (just delete the previous account, and register again).
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revised Is it possible to use a custom domain with Gmail, but without Google Apps?
Simplified answer, explain the steps I really followed.
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answered Is it possible to use a custom domain with Gmail, but without Google Apps?
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