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Since google has released google apps for businesses we have setup a large number of accounts with the professional version however we have many clients that are unwilling to pay for it and need less than 50 accounts.

The problem we continue to face is the management of all the "standard" google apps accounts we setup.

What I am looking for is some tool, script or program which allows us to view all of these accounts and administer them from a central location.

Does anyone know of any solutions at all for this?

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GAM (google apps manager) recently added support for Multiple Domains

http://code.google.com/p/google-apps-manager/wiki/ExamplesMultiDomain

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unfortunatly it seems that GAM does not work for google apps standard accounts. "GAM requires Google Apps Premier, Education, Partner or Government Edition. Google Apps Standard Edition is not supported." source: code.google.com/p/google-apps-manager/wiki/GettingStarted –  NetConstructor.com Feb 1 '11 at 22:17

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