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Can I run google email service and my web hosting email service on 1 domain? <--- on google service (top level domain) <--- on web hosting service (sub domain)

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But this is not the same domain to start with. – TomTom Oct 28 '10 at 16:07
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Yes. You can just set up MX records separately for the two, enrolling them both in Google Apps separately.

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What fahadsadah said - you contorl this via MX records -but I believe you meant you want the MX for one FQDN to be handled by google, and the other ( to be handled by a services somewhere else - same thing - just separate MX records in DNS (and don't forget the SPF and other records that go along with it to make life easy)

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