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Where on earth is the Verification link in Google Apps? Every time it seems like they change where it is. When I initially log into my account, I can't verify it because I have to change the nameservers first and then verify. The link was there before, now I can't find it. Don't tell me its at the top on the Dashboard, b/c it's not.

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It just wasn't there. I don't think a screen shot would have helped. After another 45 min, From the dashboard, I had to click settings, Click Email under Services on the left, Click Instructions on how to activate Email, click Change MX records, Click verify domain ownership.

What a ridiculous process.

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Hi everyone who are trouble finding the domain verificaton link on google apps. Please visit the following link enter your email id@yourdomain name and then you will find the links on very first page in the top.It may not work for all countries but its working in India atleast.

http://www.google.com/enterprise/apps/business/

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Get to the administration area. The URL should look something like https://www.google.com/a/cpanel/example.com/Dashboard where example.com is your domain.

Click the tab labeled "Setup" in the group along the top of the dashboard (yes).
The resulting screen will have a bunch of vertical tabs at left.
If it's not expanded already, activate the "Welcome" tab.
Under it is a "Verify domain ownership" item.

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Ya, that's not right dude, sorry. –  picxelplay Jun 29 '11 at 5:32
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@picxelplay You're going to have to define "not right," then. I specifically walked through the process in my own account to write that, and have now checked it for three domains, including one that hasn't been migrated/merged with the generic Google accounts. Maybe you have some slightly different version of the dashboard, or whatever. A screenshot might show that up. –  Su' Jun 29 '11 at 8:40

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