It took me a while, but I figured this one out. It's a 2 step process (maybe there are other ways to do it, but this works for AWS, too):
1) Use a CNAME record to set your www.example.com to forward to the true hostname.
2) To configure the naked domain, add a "Synthetic Record", and set up a "Subdomain Forward." In the subdomain text box, enter the @ sign ...
This depends on what you class as an "App" if you class a mobile version of your website i.e. m.yoursite.com then yes this will be classed as duplicate content. However, if you mean an app in the Google App Store then no this will not count as duplicate content. If you are however refering to the first, then this can be resolved easily using canonical and ...
Reset the account password
Since you are the owner of the e-mail account you can always try to reset the password for that Google Apps account.
Support center pages
There are many pages on Google's support center that deals with this kind of stuff:
Reporting Abuse Incidents Deals with this kind of stuff. It says:
If you believe that someone else has signed ...
From GoDaddy's support page:
What happens after domain names expire?
Once a domain name expires, it goes through many stages before being released to the open market. Go Daddy sends five renewal emails to the domain name's administrative contact prior to the expiration date. Below is a timeline based on .com domain names.
Day 1 We make the first of three ...
GoDaddy calls the feature that you are looking for "domain forwarding". Here is the GoDaddy help document about domain forwarding. It states:
In the Domain Manager, you can add subdomains and forward them to URLs. You can also edit or delete forwarded subdomains.
Subdomains are extensions of your domain name that you can forward to URLs or point to ...
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.
If this is a critical need, the domain can be returned and bought back from GoDaddy which does offer naked domain forwarding....
Since you are handing these things off, I would work with a representative of each client to set up the Google Apps accounts. You want a client rep to be the account owner and to also provide the billing information.
Once those initial steps are complete, the client creates you as an admin user with the ability to manage other users. You then complete ...
www. is an automatic alias. (See http://www.chickenaday.appspot.com/ vs http://chickenaday.appspot.com/). Why force the user?
If you do want to redirect, you could try this untested snippet of slightly modified code from https://stackoverflow.com/a/10964868/3164117:
from urlparse import urlparse, urlunparse
The actual resolution came down to changing my DNS manager. The original cpanel to manage DNS provided by nativespace.com was not working for whatever reason. After I switched my DNS manager to godaddy.com and reconfigured MX records, the email started working.
I upvoted answer provided by @Vhortex for his suggestion on using http://mxtoolbox.com which ...
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There are a lot of reasons why email are not being received and the top 1 is that the email was rejected.
Gmail will reject most emails when the sender IP have no Reverse DNS information (example IP 188.8.131.52 must have a corresponding 184.108.40.206.xxxx.xx)
Mails will also be rejected if the IP or reverse IP have no matching host answering ...
Have the buyers explicitly outlined they wish to continue with G-suite as their mail provider?
I'd leave it up to them to sort out their own email and hosting setup unless asked otherwise. Providing them with the addresses of importance so they can catch,create new accounts at their end should they need to.
If you set your G Suite using the same domain and have turned on the naked domain redirect, you are stuck. I have asked the support, and they don't have a practical answer.
The cause is: G Suites and App Engine uses the same A record and G Suites will rob the routing before App Engine. Then the naked domain redirect by G Suites will replace everything by ...
In the code somewhere, you can set many variables that PHPmailer is going to use. This includes explicitly naming the mail server.
Your code may include something like
$mail->Host = 'localhost';
$mail->Port = 25;
$mail->Username = "email@example.com";
$mail->Password = "yourpassword";
There is a tutorial at https://...
MX Record will not automatically send email from your server. You need to make some CODE change. Check this answer if you want to do it with PHPMailer.
$mail = new PHPMailer;
// Tell PHPMailer to use SMTP
// Enable SMTP debugging
// 0 = off (for production use)
// 1 = client messages
// 2 = client and server messages
If you are trying to use the Google Apps for a trial or for just some things unrelated to emails for your company/domain , I would recommend you to create a sub domain and point the mx records to them and proceed testing/using the account.
Eg: you can create firstname.lastname@example.org and verify it, and proceed.
There is no way to perfectly receive ...
is there a way to fix this?
SMTP email protocol just doesn't support it.
A server sending email to you asks your domain's DNS server for MX details.
You can have multiple MX records but they are for load-balancing/availability, not for individually named email recipients.
Google Apps for domains(GAFD) assumes you will move ALL email ...
If you add DKIM on the main domain to your Google Apps they will generate the DKIM key for you and give you a public-side to add to the DNS. You will not have access to this private-key and will not be able to sign messages with said key on an external mail gateway.
If you have a designated, external domain for sending email make sure that domain has, for ...
This is the only thing that worked for me as pointed out by Rod Michael Perez.
In short, you can Change how the naked domain is redirected by going to your Google Admin Console > Domains > Add/remove domains. Then for the specific domain use the "change redirect link" to redirect the naked domain. For ...
Could you code in an event listener that pings for every keypress instead of the default space / enter key press?
Google Search API and widgets usually have an auto-suggest option, which works the same as you want this to. However, I couldn't find an exact equivalent for the transliterate API, so your only option would be code this in yourself.
No, the content inside the mobile app is not indexed by Google. The Google App search is a search of available apps in the Google Play store and the duplicate content penalty doesn't come into play here.
They do not (or rather, Google has not expired them yet). I have Google Apps accounts from the very first beta that are not actively used but I can still log in to the Administrator Panel and control the account. I have gone years in between logins, so there does not appear to be a time limit.
No one knows what Google will do in the future though.
Another option is to use CloudFlare
On the My Websites page click on the Cog icon for the relevant site. Then click on DNS Settings
Once on this page you can add various records .
In this case create a TXT record, enter your domain, and then v=spf1 include:_spf.google.com ~all