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Google Apps has changed We transitioned your account to our new infrastructure for Google Apps on May 31, 2011 to make more Google services available to your organization. Here’s what this means for you: In addition to the core suite of messaging and collaboration applications, your users may now access many more Google services. You will retain control over which Google services your users can access. This update is free, and Google automatically made the transition for you on May 31, 2011. By default, we have turned services outside of Google’s core suite of messaging and collaboration applications ON. You can manage your on/off controls in the Organization & users tab. Agree to the following before signing into control panel I have read and I understand the transition. I understand that these additional services are only covered by self-service online support, that they may not be SAS 70 compliant, and that the Google Apps uptime SLA does not apply. By checking this box I agree to Additional Terms for services made available with the new accounts infrastructure. Learn about the users we transitioned in your organization that have conflicting accounts.
To verify your website with Google Apps / Google Webmaster tools you can use the url below. Here is a screenshot of the verification: And here is the URL you can use – just replace the yoursite.com part: https://www.google.com/webmasters/verification/verification?siteUrl=http://yoursite.com&pli=1
Google’s help for setting up Microsoft Outlook 2007 / Microsoft Outlook 2010 with G-mail and Google apps seems to be offline or at least redirecting to a non-helpful general e-mail page. Here is a repost of the page: Outlook 2007/2010 Follow the instructions below to set up IMAP1 access in Outlook 2007/2010. Google Apps users, please follow the default instructions unless otherwise noted, replacing ‘your_domain.com’ with your actual domain2 name. To set up your Outlook 2007/2010 client to work with Gmail: Enable IMAP in Gmail. Don’t forget to click Save Changes when you’re done. Open Outlook. For new setups, select Do not upgrade. Click Yes. Enter your display name, email address (including ‘@gmail.com’), and password. Google Apps users, enter your full email address, e.g. ‘[email protected]_domain.com.’ Select the ‘Manually configure server settings or additional server types’ checkbox. Select Internet E-mail. Settings: name, full email address (including ‘@gmail.com’ or ‘@your_domain.com’) In the Account Type dropdown menu, select IMAP. In the ‘Incoming server name’ section, enter: imap.gmail.com and in the ‘Outgoing server name (SMTP)’ section, enter: smtp.gmail.com. In the ‘User Name’ field, give your full Gmail address, including ‘@gmail.com’ or ‘@your_domain.com.’ After creating these settings, clicking Next takes you to the end of the setup. In the Tools menu, select Options then Mail Setup. Under ‘Email Accounts,’ click E-mail Accounts. Select an account, and click Change above the list of accounts. Click More Settings, then the Advancedtab. Incoming server must be 993, and must use SSL3 encryption. Outgoing server can use 587, … Continue reading
You don’t even need a credit card to try Google Apps. It’s free for up to 10 users – just fill out this quick form to create your account. Have bigger business needs? Get Google Apps for Business Enter the domain name you would like to use with Google Apps A domain name is your online business identity or online brand. It can be used to host your organization’s website (e.g. www.your_company.com) or email address (e.g. [email protected]_company.com). That was the way you used to be able to sign up for Google Apps for Free. It lived at the address: https://www.google.com/a/cpanel/standard/new3 Unfortunately, as of 12/7/2012 Google Apps is No Longer Free. Here is what the signup screen used to look like:
On Friday, Dec 7th, 2012 at 8:53 PM I received an e-mail from Google announcing they will no longer be allowing free signups for Google Apps. Google Apps initially offered a “free tier” that allowed up to 50 users free per organization / domain. Then Google reduced that number to 10. Now there is no free tier. Here is the message from Google: Hello from Google, Here’s some important news about Google Apps—but don’t worry, there’s no need for you to take any action. We just want you to know that we’re making a change to the packages we offer. Starting today, we’re no longer accepting new sign-ups for the free version of Google Apps (the version you’re currently using). Because you’re already a customer, this change has no impact on your service, and you can continue to use Google Apps for free. Should you ever want to upgrade to Google Apps for Business, you’ll enjoy benefits such as 24/7 customer support, a 25 GB inbox, business controls, our 99.9% uptime guarantee, unlimited users and more for just $5 per user, per month. You can learn more about this change in our Help Center or on the Enterprise Blog. Thank you for using Google Apps. Clay Bavor Director, Google Apps
Insightly is a web based tool designed to organize your data and get things done more efficiently. From a single user to a busy and growing company. Thanks for installing and trying out Insightly. This is just a quick note detailing how to navigate back to Insightly in future, and where to go for support. When you want to get back to Insightly later you have a couple of options. You can use Google’s universal navigation in Gmail, Google Docs, Calendar etc. Insightly will be listed under the “More” section in the navigation bar at the top of the page, as shown below in Gmail. Don’t worry if it’s not there right now – it takes a few hours to appear. Your other option you have is to type in the web address directly. The direct web address for Insightly is: http://googleapps.insight.ly Remember: you can add additional users from your Google Apps domain to Insightly under ‘Settings’ by clicking on the small gear icon in the top right corner of the screen, then clicking on the Users link. If you wish to lodge a support ticket, email [email protected] or go to http://support.insight.ly. We also wrote a concepts guide to help those new to our integrated CRM and project management tool. Download the Insightly Concepts Guide PDF. Thanks again for signing up. We know you’ll love it.
If you’re facing the problem with Google Docs where the “Users can share documents outside this domain” option doesn’t work, or the following issues, see the solution below on how to fix this. These are the problems reported by others about Share Google Docs Outside Your Organization: When I’m in the sharing settings in the document there is NO option to share out of organization. I disabled the option “Users can share documents outside this domain” several time ago and now, I reactivated it in order to share documents with users outside my domain. When I want to share any document with people outside the domain I am not able to get the option to do that. When viewing document share options, I can’t see the toolbar where I am asked to allow people outside the domain to view or edit the document. When I try to get a public link to the document, I only have the option to get it for people inside the domain. Control panel options are set properly but no change is performed in Google Docs. I have another google apps domain account where I’m able to do that. In that account I’ve never disabled the share with people outside the domain. I suspect the problem comes when you disable public sharing for the very first time and then you want to reactivate it again. I don’t have the option ‘Users can publish documents to the public internet’ available. I have multiple Google Domains, to … Continue reading