Google Apps for Domains used to have a catch-all feature. Now the docs say:
If you’re using another G Suite edition, the Email routing setting with the Route to catch-all address control is no longer supported. Instead, you use the Routing setting to configure catch-all addresses and routing.
but they don't actually have any instructions on how to do it.
Specifically I want to replicate the old behavior which is that if someone sends a message to
email@example.com it gets forwarded to
firstname.lastname@example.org in such a way that
email@example.com can setup accounts in Gmail and can reply to the messages as
If I check my legacy Google Apps for Your Domain emails and check the headers of a message sent to
firstname.lastname@example.org I see absolutely nothing in the header that suggests it was forwarded to
email@example.com and yet the mails show up in the inbox for
firstname.lastname@example.org. This is important because when I reply, if I've added the
email@example.com to my accounts under Settings>Accounts->Send Mail As... then I'm able to reply as
firstname.lastname@example.org and not as
email@example.com. For this to continue to work I assume the mail still has to be marked as
to: firstname.lastname@example.org and not