To get started, you sign in to your domain host, which manages technical settings for your domain.Then, you update the MX record settings to direct your email to your Google Apps account.
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You’re now ready to set up Gmail as your business email for your domain (yourcompany.com).
To do this, you have to direct the email for your domain to the Google Apps servers.
It’s like registering your new address with the post office when you move so that your mail gets delivered to the right place.
I'm trying to set up Sendgrid to work with my godaddy domain (for mail parsing), but cannot get past setting up my godaddy email.
I want my email to look like: [email protected] thus created the following MX record: Based on your current MX record settings, we determined that your email is currently set up to work with a different provider.You cannot manage third party email accounts from the Workspace Control Center. UPDATE #1 Thanks to the answer below, I have corrected my spelling.However, the emails are not being delivered into my app, still.To start using Gmail, sign in at mail.with your Google Apps username and password.If you’re already signed in to the Google Admin console, click the App Launcher icon in the top-right corner of the screen and then click Mail.In the Google Apps Setup Wizard, check the I have saved the MX records box and then click Verify. Your business email for your domain has now been directed to the Google Apps mail servers.