[TriLUG] Google hosted email (was Debian on PowerMac G4)
clubjuggler at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 16:03:12 EST 2009
Yes, this is extremely easy to do. Just sign up under the primary
domain then add more domains to be aliased through the dashboard. Set
up MX records and you're set. I did that for some domains but for
others opened different accounts (mainly to have different user lists
between domains). In aliased domains all accounts are shared between
all the domains ( which is exactly your example).
On 2/23/09, John Turner <ukcsgrad89 at gmail.com> wrote:
> What timing. I was just considering switching my domains over to Google
> hosted email.
> Has anyone moved more than 1 domain over? So bob at domaina and
> bob at domainbboth go to Google account bob?
> On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 3:02 PM, Dave Sorenson <dave at logicalgeek.com> wrote:
>> I moved mine back to my servers after a couple of weeks of too much Ham
>> getting thrown in with Spam. I was spending more time trolling the spam
>> folder than I liked. I'd move back if you could tweak or turn off the
>> spam filters more effectively.
>> James Jones wrote:
>> > Weave, Tanner and all,
>> > I have been using Google Hosted Email servers for well over a year.
>> > Almost no hitches in there giddiup!
>> > Plus you have all the usual google docs, etc.
>> > jcj
>> > On 2/23/09, Tanner Lovelace <clubjuggler at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> Weave,
>> >> If you really want to take all the stress out of running your own
>> >> email
>> >> server, I can highly recommend Google Hosted Applications. They
>> >> handle all the email server stuff and provide, in addition to the
>> >> GMail
>> >> web interface, POP3 and IMAP access (all three of which work *very*
>> >> well with both Debian and Ubuntu). Life is just too short to deal
>> >> with
>> >> running your own mail server (and all the spam avoidance that incurs).
>> >> Cheers,
>> >> Tanner
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