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I have read through the similar questions but nothing definitive on an API to make my problem bellow easier. So please read bellow before refering me to another question, if I have missed a question (Highly probable) please do not hesitate to re-direct me there.

I am managing two different email domains using Google Apps; @domain1.co.zaApps: @domain1.co.za and @domain2.com@domain2.com. I have finally convinced my company that this is impractical as many of the people now have to manage two different emails, and it would make more sense to get rid of the other - that way we also saving onsave costs etc.

I now need to transfer everyone on the @domain1.co.za@domain1.co.za to the @domain2.com@domain2.com, with their saved email data and their contacts etc.

I am hoping there is some sort of API I can use for this? As there are about 700 people needing to be changed over and to do this manually will be a very lengthy exercise.  

I am hoping there is some sort of API I can use for this?

I have read through the similar questions but nothing definitive on an API to make my problem bellow easier. So please read bellow before refering me to another question, if I have missed a question (Highly probable) please do not hesitate to re-direct me there.

I am managing two different email domains using Google Apps; @domain1.co.za and @domain2.com. I have finally convinced my company that this is impractical as many of the people now have to manage two different emails, and it would make more sense to get rid of the other - that way we also saving on costs etc.

I now need to transfer everyone on the @domain1.co.za to the @domain2.com, with their saved email data and their contacts etc.

I am hoping there is some sort of API I can use for this? As there are about 700 people needing to be changed over and to do this manually will be a very lengthy exercise.  

I am managing two different email domains using Google Apps: @domain1.co.za and @domain2.com. I have finally convinced my company that this is impractical as many of the people now have to manage two different emails, and it would make more sense to get rid of the other - that way we also save costs etc.

I now need to transfer everyone on the @domain1.co.za to the @domain2.com, with their saved email data and their contacts etc. As there are about 700 people needing to be changed over to do this manually will be a very lengthy exercise.

I am hoping there is some sort of API I can use for this?

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Changing my domain name on Google Apps

I have read through the similar questions but nothing definitive on an API to make my problem bellow easier. So please read bellow before refering me to another question, if I have missed a question (Highly probable) please do not hesitate to re-direct me there.

I am managing two different email domains using Google Apps; @domain1.co.za and @domain2.com. I have finally convinced my company that this is impractical as many of the people now have to manage two different emails, and it would make more sense to get rid of the other - that way we also saving on costs etc.

I now need to transfer everyone on the @domain1.co.za to the @domain2.com, with their saved email data and their contacts etc.

I am hoping there is some sort of API I can use for this? As there are about 700 people needing to be changed over and to do this manually will be a very lengthy exercise.