If you are the owner of the group then do the following:
You need to go to Manage → Permission → Moderation permission.
There change the Edit other's post and Own Post. Save.
If you are not the owner, ask the owner to enable edits by following the steps above.
a simple trick: go to the mobile version by adding /m after /forum. For example, your thread will become:
Then you can expand all posts and print them once in all.
The most generic solution which should work for every address/mail provider and every Google group is send a mail to
Some Groups seem to be restricted to mails registered to the Google account. An example is the orient-...
Ah, here is how to do it:
In Administration, go to Manage this domain > Google Apps > Setting for Groups for Business > Advanced Setting > Sharing Options
The setting was set to:
Private – No one outside this domain can access groups. Existing external members can only send email to groups.
There is a setting to allow outsiders to see the group.
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 ...
If you need to edit the "Display Name" of a user there is a easy work around for the Group Manager.
Make a note of the members details i.e. email address
Remove them from the group.
Directly add them using the following format: "Display Name" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
*update as of 5/21/19 the format is simply:
You don't need quotes around the name & ...
Combining answers by Rich Feit and vishvAs vAsuki, the about page for your project is reached via
https://groups.google.com/group/sr-api/about?noredirect please replace sr-api with your group
This will lead to links like:
https://groups.google.com/forum/feed/sr-api/msgs/rss.xml?num=50(again, replacing sr-api)
from the about page, which anyway, as of 2014,...
Post by Email or by Web
Information > General information > Posting options > Allow posting by email
Information > General information > Posting options > Allow users to post to the group on the web
Should Message be Available on The Web?
Information > Content control > Archive options > Archive messages to the group
That's a setting that the group owner has set. You can't override that. You'll need to go to the Google Groups web interface to post. (The address for the group is probably in the footer of the email you've been receiving, with other useful information.)
The allowed post mechanisms are defined on the General Information page for the group.
I tested the following using 2 unique Gmail accounts:
User Alice created a Google Group and invited User Bob to join.
Alice created a Google Doc and wrote text.
Alice shared the Google Doc with the Google Group via the group email address GROUP_NAME@googlegroups.com.
Bob could view everything written so far and can edit the document.
Alice then removed Bob ...
If you ever involve a web browser in the process (that is logged in to your Google account) then Google will ignore the address that you chose to sign up with and sign up your Google account instead. Which is obnoxious. It is possible to avoid this, though.
As others have suggested, subscribe by sending an email to
email@example.com from ...
Source of problem
Google Apps Groups is a bit confusing (for me at least).
Upon creation of a Google Apps account, groups can be created and emailed, but "Groups for Business" is not actually turned on. This is why the "request is invalid."
Turning on Groups for Business
To turn Google Groups for Business on, go to http://support.google.com/a/bin/answer....
Open any individial topic.
Press the tiny downward 'Topic Options' arrow, located
just below the topic title, between 'x posts by y authors'
and the G+ button. Select 'email updates to me' .
There's no way to do that by email, but changing the group's email settings can all be done fairly easily. When you go to Groups Home, you'll see the list of groups that you're a member of. If you have admin access you'll be able to edit the settings for that group.
As for the users on your list, they'll be able to edit their individual preferences as well: ...
To know if the group is moderated:
Go up from the topic until you see the group web page (i.e. the page with the list of the topics)
Click in the upper right About link (next to Members if you're logged).
The Group Information page opens. On the Access row (above Statistics) you will see All posts are held for moderation text if the group is moderated.
Maximum size for attachment is 25MB. Exceeding the limit will bounce back with an error to the sender and fails to send to the group.
For attachments exceeding 25MB,
Google Drive is the best as Google Groups and Gmail can be accessed with no additional login info which is obviously very secured.
This can also be done with other file hosting sites like ...
Don't click the link in the email--REPLY to the invitation email. Don't type anything, just Reply and Send. You should get a confirmation email that you joined.
I am running a Google Group where this works because of certain settings I chose; the Group you're attempting to join may require Google accounts, in which case you're out of luck unless you can ...
I don't believe there is any way you can access the invitation email directly from within Google Groups.
The surefire way to get the text is to invite yourself to the group as well. To avoid Google Groups complaining that you're already a member of the group, use a different email address. This is easy to do if you use Gmail. For example, if your address ...
Google Groups, for whatever reason, will see some messages as spam and place the message in a pending queue. Go into the Settings and under Moderation in the Spam Messages section click the drop menu and select Skip the moderation and post to the group.
In short, yes, you can use Google Groups as alias replacements. Please see the details below.
There is no limit to the number of groups you can create. (src: "Is there a limit to the number of groups a user can create?" However, a given user can only be the owner of 1000 groups. If the group is created by a Super Admin or user with the Create Groups role, ...
This masking happens as Google Groups forward incoming messages: In case the sender has strict email delivery settings, Google needs to show that it redirected the message (and thereby became the new sender of the message). Otherwise, clients would reject it as being spoofed.
Hitting replying to those messages should still work as the reply-to address gets ...
You can't do what you're thinking in the "normal" (consumer) Gmail. (What you want is possible with Google Apps Email, but I assume that's not what you're talking about.)
You can create a contact group in your Contacts that will make it easy to find and send email to multiple people, but ultimately it just adds all of their email addresses to the To: field. ...
No, I'm afraid not. You'll need a G Suite paid plan to do that.
I suppose you could set up an autoforward mailbox from your domain that would automatically send all messages on to the Google Groups address, but messages would still come from the Google Group, munging anyone's reply.
By default , it is just plain text, until you change certain formatting options.
(or paste in something with rich content, with ctrl+V rather than ctrl+shift+V)
As an owner of a group, you could remove the rich formatting permission from selected members.
The short answer is Yes :)
You can create a Content Compliance rule to prevent emails getting to certain Group members. In this example, I added the rule to the OU which has all users you do not want to receive the email.
Expression, If ANY of the following match the message
Location: Recipients Header
Contains text "group@domain....