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Yes, you can use a custom subdomain setup for your G Suite. All you need to do is to setup an MX record for subdomain.yourdomain.example and point it to the Google's mail servers. The specific procedures are documented on setting up MX records for G Suite Gmail Pretty much it should look something like: +------------------------------+-------------+-------...


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It should be supported. The "standard" is here: https://authindicators.github.io/rfc-brand-indicators-for-message-identification/ It says only this: l= locations (URI; REQUIRED). The value of this tag is a comma separated list of base URLs representing the location of the brand indicator files. All clients MUST support use of at least 2 location URIs, ...


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Providing your old server is properly configured then the problem shouldn't be with the DNS records. Moving your website to the new server should have only required changing the A records for example.com and www.example.com, not whatever subdomain is pointed to your mail server. Double check that your mail server is configured for something like smtp....


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