G Suite (formally Google Apps) limits and quotas every administrator should know

Like any other cloud / SAAS offering, Google imposes limits and quotas on various functions such as the number of emails you can send every day, or the size of a spreadsheet. While most small businesses are unlikely to ever come up against these limits, it’s within the realm of possibility that this happens. For example, your sales team may suddenly discover that they’re not being allowed to send out any more emails, or your product design department may run out of storage space. Read more

Feature lists in Google Apps Free edition

Prior to December 6, 2012, Google offered a free edition of Google Apps — also known as the legacy free edition. As of December 6, 2012, Google stopped offering the free edition to new customers.

If you have a Google Apps Free edition account (at ggappsfree.com, we can change make your domain as primary domain on this free edition account), So you can continue your service for free, without any change in service. The fact that Google discontinued the free edition for new customers has no effect on existing customers of the free service. Read more

How to configure Gmail in Microsoft Outlook 2016

In this article, GGAppsFree.com will share with you that how to configure Gmail in Microsoft Outlook 2016. You can follow the same procedure in setting up Gmail in previous versions of outlook 2013, 2010 and 2007.

First, you have to enable mail protocols from Gmail account. Most of the users forget this important setting in Gmail account and straightaway begin the process to setup Gmail in Microsoft Outlook. If you want to sync Gmail with outlook on multiple devices, then IMAP setting is recommended. If you want to download Gmail messages at single location, prefer POP settings.  Read more

Use Gmail with your own domain to Send Email from Application

If you want to use your Gmail with your own domain to send mail from one of your application, using Gmail’s SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server, it is very easy to set up. If you haven’t had a Gmail user with your own domain, you can purchase one at https://ggappsfree.com/#pricing. You may want to create a new user for this purpose, or use the one that you created initially. The actual configuration of your application’s mail settings will vary, depending on the software, but the details that you will need to set up working outgoing mail are generally the same.  Read more

How To Set Up Gmail with Your own Domain free forever

One way to send and receive email through your own custom domain is to use a third-party mail service, such as the mail service included with G Suite (Gmail) / Zoho or Office 365. The main benefit of using a third-party mail service, as opposed to managing your own mail server, is that you can avoid performing the ongoing maintenance that running a mail server entails. This tutorial will show you how to set up Gmail with your own domain.  Read more

How to add or remove an email alias in Google Apps?

In G Suite (formally Google Apps), you can give a user an alternate address for receiving the email (now called email alias). Why use an alias? If bill@ggappsfree.com.com wants a sales address for posting to the company website, give him the email alias sales@ggappsfree.com. Mail sent to either address then appears in Bill’s Gmail inbox. It can be done easily by adding an email alias to the user’s account in your Google Admin console. Read more

G Suite (formally Google Apps) editions comparison

Are you trying to decide which version of G Suite (formally is Google Apps) to sign up for? Or maybe you’re considering upgrading from your current version to one that offers more features. In this blog we will be discussing on the differences between various editions of G Suite / Google Apps.

There are three editions of Google Apps so far, they are:

  • G Suite Business (includes G Suite for Education)
  • G Suite Basic (includes special editions for nonprofits and government agencies)
  • Legacy free edition of Google Apps

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