Now Testing Gmail for Domains
I just received my beta test acceptance to Google Gmail for domains.
The domain name I’m using is marketingblog.com and there are 50 accounts to start. The process to get set up once you’re accepted into the beta seems pretty straightforward.
A control panel where you can, “create new users, modify or suspend accounts, create aliases and lists, and customize the look and feel of Gmail for marketingblog.com. You can even upload whole lists of new users with the bulk upload feature, and assign administrative rights to multiple accounts.”
I need to do some things with our name server to make it all work, but hopefully we’ll have marketingblog.com Google email addresses available for the contributing bloggers on that site soon.
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