Imagine if you have 2 addresses - team@ and team_group@.

team@ is a delegated e-mail box used by multiple users of that team.

Meanwhile, team_group@ is a Google Group of the same team, which is used for everything other than e-mail, e.g. Google Calendar invites and Google Drive sharing.

The problem is team@ is the address the world knows, as that's the address they send messages to. So they constantly mistakenly send invites and share files with team@ instead of team_group@.

Is there any way to handle this situation?

Basically if someone sends an invite or share files with team@, can you make Google treat it as if team_group@ was the one that got the invite or the share? That way no one will even need to know about team_group@.


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