Google has fixed this now. You can now go to Security > Basic Settings > Go to advanced settings to enforce 2-step verification.
Then click New User enrollment period and set to 1 day. This will allow a new user one day to set their 2FA before they are locked out.
Put every thing into one folder, right click that folder, press share, then add the person you want as the owner. After sharing it with them press the little tab beside their name and click "Is Owner".
Immediately after creating a new user, go to that user's Security tab and click on "Generate New Codes" to generate a list of One-Time-Use codes.
Then give the user the first one or two codes from that list along with the URL https://accounts.google.com/b/0/SmsAuthSettings for SMS authentication (verify this, it might be different for you) so they can ...
I've hunted around the interwebs for just this solution, and HIGHLY recommend using Markdown Here. It is a browser extension for Chrome, Firefox and Safari that lets one toggle back-and-forth between Markdown and HTML. It's original use-case is for in composing e-mail, but it "works great" in Google Sites. Also, it supports TeX math formula, which for ...
No, you can't do that.
Either you find some other free mail service like outlook.com for your domain, or you create a mailbox elsewhere and forward to your Gmail inbox. Sending from your Gmail account under a different address is possible because you can set SMTP to a different provider in the Gmail settings.
If you want to use ...
Temporarily turning off 2-factor is not an ideal situation. Depending on the number of users, you could be chasing the user to get it setup so you can turn it back on. After while, you will just leave it off.
We recommend you create a suborganization called something like "Pre-2-factor" and move the new user into the suborg. That suborg has the 2-factor ...
RFC2822 says Date: and From: headers are required (section 3.6). It looks like Google will let you get away with just adding a From: header though, e.g.:
354 go ahead
From: <account@OurISP.net> <-- add this
Subject: Test email from the Avid ISIS Notification Application This message was generated by Avid ISIS Notification Application.
To transfer ownership of all documents from one user to another:
Sign in to the Google Admin panel.
Click the Settings tab, and then click Drive and Docs in the left column.
Click the Tools tab and complete the Document ownership transfer section:
In the From field, enter the user name of the current owner and select the user’s domain.
Workaround: if you have calendar access, add the group to a calendar meeting, and expand the chevron to see the list. (May depend on Apps administrator granting access.)
EDIT: direct access may also work for you according to the following pattern:
where DOMAIN and GROUPNAME are replaced by the ...
With the new Google Cloud Console the procedure to obtain the P12 key has changed:
Open the project, go to APIs & auth > Credentials
Click on Create new Client ID, and select Service account and P12 key. Then click on Create Client ID to download it.
According to this thread on Google Forums, this is a known limitation and they have it on the slate for future implementation. I expect that the more people tell Google they want this, the more likely Google will implement it and sooner.
I've noticed that Google Inbox has started automatically adding events to your Calendar when you accept the ...
This actually is possible. Basically, you need to add a secondary domain (not an alias) and then execute this Google Directory API request:
You can run this command quite easily, at the time of ...
I also face the same problem, I manage a domain 'fptb.edu.ng' and wanted 'students.fptb.edu.ng' to be supported by the same Google Apps account.
I simply added the subdomain 'students.fptb.edu.ng' as a new domain (not domain alias as some people advice), I did all the verification as required by Google Apps (I used File Upload verification method).
Google Apps does not natively support reporting on who has access to what in Google Drive. The report you are looking for is possible through a Google Apps script.
As you probably know, from the Reports section of your Google Apps admin panel, you will be able to tell how many files are externally visible.
If you are on the Google Apps Unlimited or Google ...
This is just a guess but,
Under Apps > G Suite > Settings for GMail > Advanced Settings I added picked "Add Setting" with the following settings
Specify envelope recipients to match: All Recipients
If the envelope recipient matches the above, do the following
Add X-Gm-Original-To header
Not Google, but similar.
Yandex Translate has image upload using desktop web browsers.
I use this in a Flotato browser which enables me to quickly translate screen grabs without them accumulating on my hard drive (because the screen grab is automatically deleted after I've dragged it onto the Yandex/Flotato window).
YouTube is not available for Google Apps customers in Denmark (and other countries).
The solution is to create a seperate gmail.com account that you use for YouTube.
You can then link the two accounts, and be signed in on both accounts on the same time.
To link the accounts, goto google.com and sign in with your new "for youtube only" account.
In the ...
Provision API has gone the way of the Dodo and now you have to rewrite your script and add some extra security approvals along the way.
I got the info finally after a whole bunch of searching, after my script failed to day from here:
below is a summary (without the pretty ...
I assume you want to create your control panel app so that users can log in to it via Google's login services. If that's the case, you can limit access to your app in at least two different ways:
If you follow these guidelines, that is, create your control panel app with Google Apps in mind, it will be installed along your existing Google Services. As such, ...
You can get a free Google account with a custom domain without Google Apps.
In order to do this, you must already be able to receive emails on your domain.
Set up mail forwarding for your existing email address / gmail address.
If you run an own SMTP server, this can usually be done by adding your main email address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) to a .forward ...
Short answer: no, your Google Apps admin can NOT see your web search or YouTube history.
I'm a Super-Admin (highest level) for my company under Apps for Business, and I can't find any YouTube or web history activity via my Admin console.
What I can do is see a log of email going in and out, and enable or disable Chrome history syncing for my users (but ...
I don't have a reason for it, but I think I have a solution.
You can navigate to:
And it will let you choose the relevant Google account.
Or you can navigate directly to https://admin.google.com/accountchooser?u=YOUR_ADMIN_EMAIL_ADDRESS
By the way, ...
UPDATE december 2012: Google Apps for Businesses is no longer free for new clients. You can only get a 30-days free trial at the moment. Source.
TechCrunch reports that “You can still get a free Google Apps account. But the only way to do that is by signing up for a 30-day free trial to its premium Goole Apps for Business service.” And then downgrade after ...
A Gmail URL looks like this: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox. You might notice the 0, which is the index of the first element in the array of accounts you have, or the default account. If you change it to 1, it will automatically log you into the second account, and so on.
In modern browsers, when you log into your second Gmail account you should ...
Absolutely. You can use only the Google products you want, and leave the rest unused. It is merely a matter of DNS records.
For using Gmail, you need to set the correct MX records. If you don't want to use Google Sites for your website, you don't have to do anything else - your current website will stay unchanged, while your Google Sites will be available ...
If this is happening for all users in your Apps Domain, have you checked the parent sharing settings?
The issue is probably that you have set all calendars to inherit parent settings from the Admin account. In this case you can change the Admin account settings to allow all users within the domain to share event details with people outside the org.
Here's a ...