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http://www.answerbag.com/question_will-pidgin-work-with-google-talk-if-your-using-your-own-domain-name-with-gmail-through-google-apps_396552/ You have to change the advanced options of the account. Check box for "Force old SSL..." Set "Port" to 443 (if 443 doesn't work, try 5223) Set "Server" to talk.google.com ...


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I found this after 10 seconds on google search, which seems to explain everything you want to know, and yet more: http://www.linux.com/news/software/applications/8226-how-to-sync-evolution-with-googles-pim-apps A little-known feature in Evolution is the ability to synchronize your Evolution Contacts with Gmail's Address Book. This is a great way to get ...


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From the Official Article: Configure Pidgin to connect to Google Talk (with modifications by me): Once you download Pidgin, you'll need to configure your client to connect to the Google Talk service. To configure your account: Open Pidgin. Select Add (under Accounts → Manage Accounts → Add) Enter the following information in the Add Account ...


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There are many ways to do this: Matt Cutts: How to back up your Gmail on Linux in four easy steps Back up Gmail with fetchmail Backing up Gmail with Thunderbird Gmail Backup utility BackupMyMail


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I think just for the "services" google will provide: Bandwidth, redundancy, energy to power the darn things.... it is a no-brainer to use Google Apps (or some other hosted email quite frankly). My opinion: Unless you have some strong need to keep your email locally managed (say HIPAA regulations or something similar) - you are better off having it taken ...


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Deselect the Show apps shortcut in the menu shown in your question.


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In Chrome on your slow laptop, open Advanced sync settings (chrome://settings/syncSetup), change from "Sync everything" to "Choose what to sync", and uncheck anything you do not want to sync to the laptop. This will only affect the laptop where you change these settings. After unchecking "Apps" in this list, you will experience the following behavior: ...


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In the "Full administrative and data control" section of the Google Apps for Business it states: Email routing and email gateway support let you run Google Apps alongside an existing email solution.


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To do this in Google Apps, you want to set up a Group. Click on 'Manage This Domain' at the top of your email screen. Then click on the 'Users and Groups' tab, and then the 'Groups' sub-tab, and then click 'Create a new group'. I believe that should be what you are looking for.


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Try the Email Blacklist lookup tool.


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I've been looking for something like this for a while now. The best free option is Google Notifr by James Chen: http://ashchan.com/projects/gmail-notifr It does however have some issues with multiple accounts (no idea if it is relevant to you). Another option would be using MailPlane, which does everything you need and more: http://mailplaneapp.com If ...


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I received an answer from Google support: Unfortunately there is no way for th e URL to not contain google.com while the user is signed in. For sites you can go to your control panel > service settings > sites > web address mapping and then set a custom website mapping to your subdomain. While this works perfect as a viewer, it will change to ...


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AppEngine can host static files, and can be mapped to a subdomain of your Google Apps domain (ie, if you have example.com, you can make your appengine app be static.example.com, or www.example.com). You'll need a tiny amount of python (or java) code to make it work.


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I found a way to enable additional services, given the lack of options shown for you (and me) on the Google Apps/Add Services/Other Services page. In my case, it is the actual Google+ service that I wish to enable. From the Admin console, I clicked "Users". Then I clicked on the name of one of my main users to view their User Details. Then I clicked "Show ...


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Please verify that the time on your computer is correct. Just to be safe, go ahead and sync it to your timezone. Alot of these issues are easy fixes, because the time somehow got messed up.


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Notify is a great application. The free version allows to check your Gmail. I'm not sure about the Google Apps, but I think it's integrated in the free version too. The [Mark Read] [Delete] and [Reply] buttons are for the paid version only And if you want more, the paid version can check every IMAP account, plus MobileMe and RackSpace. And it's only $ ...


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One more additional piece of information related to Domain blacklist: SBRS (SenderBase Reputation Score) - the world's largest email traffic monitoring service, with data on more than 25% of the world's email and web traffic. IronPort's SenderBase Network provides an unprecedented real-time view into security threats from around the world. With this ...


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Most email clients when viewing over IMAP will clearly distinguish between the IMAP store and the local store. Simply copy the messages / folders to the local storage using your email client's copy command, and it should copy the messages in the local storage. Make sure not to move them, since this will more than likely remove them from the email server. ...


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Short answer: No. Google Apps groups are simply mailing lists that send email to all members. Archiving is up to the individuals receiving the list mail. Google Apps Groups don't provide a centralized location for mail; they're not like Google Groups in that regard.


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Longer answer: Yes. They didn't at the time you asked the question, but as of the 8th December 2009, the Groups feature of Apps got a huge upgrade, and is now almost the same as Google Groups. It's only available for Premium or Education editions though. http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/12/join-this-group-google-groups-joins.html


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You can edit ~/Library/Preferences/com.Google.GmailNotifier.plist and add AutocheckInterval as a string with the value equal to the frequency you want Gmail checked (in minutes). or: in Terminal defaults write com.Google.GmailNotifier.plist 1 for 1 minute checking


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You can in fact keep your old mail server for all users, and use Google Apps Gmail for yourself at the same time, but it comes with some manual administration. If you choose this dual setup (as I have done in a looong migration phase), then here's how: Turn on Google Apps and Apps Gmail. The Apps Dashboard will complain a little because the MX record still ...


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Google apps is probably one of the nicest e-mail related services available anywhere, although it certainly lacks features needed by Exchange or Notes people. The benefits of your own server obviously relate to you having complete control over everything. A server on a home network is no place to keep important stuff running unless you're really good with ...


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This is the simplified version of the formula you provided in the question: =IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(C24,'Ability Base'!A$2:B$50,2,FALSE)), "Not Ability", VLOOKUP(C24,'Ability Base'!A$2:B$50,2,FALSE) ) Maybe you can tell your requirement in words if the above is not suitable. (Tested in Excel 2003)


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There are two very easy ways to accomplish this, but none rely or integrate with Google Apps (AFAIK). Set up Active Directory or Open Directory and bind the client macs to the server and enforce these policies using Workgroup Manager through the server. Install a local profile (craft it with Workgroup Manager, and make it a Launch Daemon with Lingon, ...


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I want to use my google apps for domains ID on Gtalk, how do I do that ? Is that supported ? Yes, login username would be <username>@<domain> I use it.


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The duplicates are caused because Outlook is saving a copy of the sent item as well as gmail. The solution is to stop Outlook doing this. To disable, go to File > Account Settings > Account Settings > (your gmail account) > Change… > More Settings… > Sent Items and then check the option "Do not save copies of sent items".


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Locate the extension folder from an existing installation. You should find it in Chrome user data directory → Extensions → {a 32 "a→p" character hash} It should be fairly obvious which hash corresponds to which extension upon inspection, but you can often find a readme.txt, or a messages.json file in a _locales sudfolder, from which you can identify ...


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I think it is contained in th answer of this question. In Google Apps, is there a way to completely hide the fact that you're using Google?



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