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The transition should be seamless. In this case, where the email is working OK in its current (albeit slightly wrong) state and the correction will still send emails to the very same server then there would not seem to be anything to worry about. To speed up the propagation you can reduce the Time To Live (TTL) on the DNS record to something like 300 ...


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As of right now, this is not possible, but Google Domains has a 5-day return policy, and once returned the domain becomes immediately available to be bought again from other registrars. https://support.google.com/domains/answer/6000754 If this is a critical need, the domain can be returned and bought back from GoDaddy which does offer naked domain ...


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Just make a .htaccess file: # Rewrite EVERYTHING to the new domain RewriteRule ^(.*)$ newDomain.ext/$1 [R=301,L]



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