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I have set up my main domain for Google Apps (intecro.com) and I've set alias domain in Google Apps for (intecro.cz).

I have administrator account admin@intecro.com and it automaticaly gave me nickname admin@intecro.cz, which is great, but I am unable to add other nickname @intecro.cz. It automaticaly suffixes every nickname with @intecro.com.

Is it even possible to set email nickname for an aliased domain?

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Any nickname set up under the primary domain (intecro.com) will also be available under the domain alias. This means if you have the nickname admin.nickname@interco.com, any mail sent to admin.nickname@interco.cz will be delivered to the account as well.

It is noted at the bottom of this help page. http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=33327

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