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Outsource my email server to Google

I want to use my own domain email me@mydomain.com but in gmail is it possible?

I just want to use my own email address but with gmail interface.

just for my email. a single person's email.

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marked as duplicate by EEAA, Mark Henderson, Zoredache, joschi, Zypher Aug 18 '10 at 6:32

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Google Apps Standard will do exactly what you want

Sign up the domain. Setup the proper DNS records. Activate email. You're good to go.

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I want to use my own domain email me@mydomain.com but in gmail is it possible?

Yes.

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yes if you have a fully qualified mailbox its possible to do it. Go under "Settings" then "Fowarding and POP/IMAP" to setup your mail

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What exactly is a "fully qualified mailbox"? – EEAA Aug 18 '10 at 4:17
    
fully qualified mailbox = a mail account where u can use a normal pop client like thunderbird to get your mails – CChock Aug 18 '10 at 5:16

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