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Google sites has a help document that answers this question for you. The basic steps are: Tell Google Sites about your domain name. There are a different set of instructions for this depending on your sites is powered by Google Apps or not. Use your domain registrar or DNS host to set a CNAME record pointing to ghs.google.com. The ability to do this is ...
Edit: If you domain is not a new one you might be out of luck. You will have to upgrade (or try the trial) to Apps for Business to escalate your problem to a google engineer.
You're on exactly the right track. Mail is sent using the domain's MX record, if it's present. If it's not, it'll use the A record for the domain. So if you setup an MX record pointing to Google's mail servers, that's the IP address that will be checked against Blacklists. This came up on ServerFault: ...
If I have read right what you want to do is setup automatically retrieval of Google apps SMTP and IMAP/POP3 settings solely from the email address and the password. Sadly I do not believe this is possible because of the way such clients work. When you enter an email address such as 'firstname.lastname@example.org' it takes the gmail.com and gets the details from the ...
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