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Monday, July 02, 2012

Google Apps Standard for Free.

I strongly suggest every web developer should own a domain, that helps you to understand the real time web system. The web giant Google offering a free tool called Google Apps Standard Edition you will get Gmail, GTalk, GCal, and Gdocs. This post explains how to setup the free Google Apps Standard for your domain.  

Google Apps Standard for Free.

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Step 1
Go to Google App Standard here you have to add the domain.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 2
Choose custom setup click Go Custom button.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 3
Now the domain owner verification.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 4
You can verify the domain uploading a HTML file with specified files name.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 5
Other way of verification you can include this META tag in domain index page.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 6
After domain verification the following success message will apear.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 7
Now creating team emails.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 8
Go to Organization & users click Create a new user button and you can create team user email.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 9
It will success message popup.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 10
In Organization & users tab contains all the team emails list.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 11
By default Google App provide you mail access URL http://mail.google.com/a/yourdomain.com click change URL link and setup custom URL like http://mail.yourdomain.com
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 12
You can choose your custom URL here.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 13
Now you have to modify the domain CNAME record
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 14
Open a new tab login into you domain provier site like Godaddy, Bigrock etc, Go to the domain DNS settings and add mail CNAME points to Google server ghs.google.com
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 15
You have add MX records in following way and save the DNS settings.
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 16
Now back to Google App page go to Domain settings tab click Appearance upload your logo
Google Apps Standard for Free.

Step 17
Now the email application ready.
Google Apps Standard for Free.
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52 comments:

  1. Thanks for this useful tutorial.

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  2. Dude, the Idea was Old, but the tutorial is good.

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  3. Thanks, gotta be using this :D

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  4. Wow amazing post...nice to here free services from google...good job

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  5. it will be free for only one month or more ??

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  6. very good article and useful methods.

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  7. It is free with limited services max users 50

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  8. Hey Srinivas

    First of all thanks for this tutorial.
    I use google apps since 2006 for myself and for my costumers and i can say its amazing.

    But, are you sure that its free untill 50 users???
    when i try to create a new account it says that its free to 10 users.
    I have 3 old accounts that i can create 25 users for free.

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  9. Yes, Its very useful. I also own this

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  10. Great tutorial. Thanks. I've seen that possibility before but it seamed too complicated. I would like to use it for 1000+ users. Is it possible (how much it costs)?

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  11. i dont know whats new here... it was always free (limited, but free)

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  12. hi,
    "Free 30 day Google Apps for Business trial"
    that is trial???

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  13. it's cool dude..thanks..

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  14. Already using the service. Thanks for spreading the word..

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  15. Awesome! Thanks.
    U rock buddy :)

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  16. Already using Google Apps Free service for more than 3 years now...Though Late a nice Tutorial with clean images!

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  17. It costs 50$ annual per email
    OR
    5$Monthly per email

    also the free limit is 10 accounts, as it was 50 users before, I know that 10 users is really very limited as its not that useful having only 10 accounts, I believe the 10 should be 25 accounts to make it much more powerful for every body to use.

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  18. It really works?
    I thought this service was now paying

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  19. Can't de see the images

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  20. I've use google apps long time ago. And I find the old Google Apps allow upto 50 account for free. So if you're using just recently then you its reduced to only 10 account. But for those who has used since before then the free accounts still remains 50 nos.

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  21. Hello, great post, a question, if i need moving on the same hosting to different accounts, you think it's necessary make changes on google? (Note: the hosting accounts have the same DNS).

    In Advance, ty...

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  22. Thanks for amazing tutorial it helps me a lot :-)

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  23. This is a very nice tutorial. Is there any way we can use hotmail for our own domain like this ?

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  24. For those who are confused if Google Apps is free or not. There is a standard free version that is limited to 10 (email)accounts. If you need more than 10 accounts, you will have to use the paid version.
    I do install Google Apps for businesses, and the free version is excellent for small businesses but I am not sure how long it will stay free.

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  25. Google and your post on this Google Apps is really awesome.

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  26. That's awesome,
    just installed Google Apps on my Domain!

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  27. FYI, old google apps accounts, often referred to as 'grandfathered' google apps accounts, still have their original limit of user accounts. (100, 200, 500, 1000 etc). I have some that can create up to 1000 user accounts. Drop me an email if you need one :)

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  28. wowww.....
    thanks a lot for this kind of information...
    m to smjhta tha ki in sbme paise lgte h ... :P
    bt ye to free nikla... ;) ;)

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  29. It will be great in to own a domain. The demo was neatly explained....

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  30. Great Google Apps tutorial! thanks a lot.

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  31. dear sir,it says i can add up to 10 email id's but how to add another account(e mail account).

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  32. Great. So I can have email addresses @myowndomain up to 10, for free, right?

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  33. the above url (https://www.google.com/a/cpanel/standard/new3) no longer available, it redirect to the business edition

    anyone know the new URL to access standard edition (if still available)?

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  34. https://www.google.com/a/cpanel/standard/new3

    It redirect to the business edition

    anyone know the new URL?

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  35. Unfortunately the standard edition has been discarded on the 6th of Dec 2012. No free editions anymore.

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  36. Thanks for amazing tutorial it helps me a lot :-)

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  37. Great Google Apps tutorial!
    thanks a lot for this one..

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