If you plan to use Gmail as your mail client, you’ll want to make sure this process is completed. In this video, Julio Appling takes you through the process of setting up Gmail for your domain, which involves accessing your domain host site and adding MX records to your DNS settings that will point your domain’s email towards Google’s mail servers.
- [Narrator] If you have not yet set up email…for your domain, the admin console will continue…to prompt you for email setup.…If you plan to use Gmail as your mail client,…you'll want to make sure this process is complete.…Much like adding a text or CNAME record during…domain verification, setting up Gmail involves accessing…your domain's host site, and adding MX records…to your DNS setting, that will point your domain's email…towards Google's mail servers.…An MX record, or Mail Exchange record, is a DNS entry…that tells servers which mail server is responsible…for accepting email messages on behalf of your domain.…
If you purchased your domain during G Suite sign up,…from a Google partner, this has likely…been done for you already.…If not, let's take a look at an overview of that process.…Before adjusting your DNS mail settings,…you'll first want to make sure that…Gmail is turned on for your domain.…From the admin console, go to Apps, and make sure…that Gmail is turned on for the whole domain,…or at least for any organizational units…
- Choosing a G Suite plan
- Setting up your domain
- Migrating data
- Choosing services
- Adding and removing users and groups
- Managing user access
- Configuring iOS and Android devices
- Working with reports
Skill Level Intermediate
1. G Suite Overview
2. G Suite Setup
3. Getting Started
4. User Management
5. Device Setup and Management
6. G Suite Reports
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