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Hosted CanIt works fine with Google Apps.  For the "route mail to" question
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Hosted CanIt works fine with Google Apps.  When provision a new domain that will route inbound to Google answer the "route mail to" question
when setting up a new domain, simply use the primary server which is
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by using the primary server which is
 
likely to be something like "aspmx.l.google.com"  Once the domain is
 
likely to be something like "aspmx.l.google.com"  Once the domain is
 
set up, we can add the remaining ones later under Setup : Domain Routing.
 
set up, we can add the remaining ones later under Setup : Domain Routing.

Revision as of 15:37, 17 October 2016

Hosted CanIt works fine with Google Apps. When provision a new domain that will route inbound to Google answer the "route mail to" question by using the primary server which is likely to be something like "aspmx.l.google.com" Once the domain is set up, we can add the remaining ones later under Setup : Domain Routing.

Also, once the domain is set up, be sure to go to Preferences : Quarantine Settings and set S-930 "Enable SRS (Sender Rewriting Scheme)" to "Yes" in the default stream. Otherwise, Google might incorrectly flag a whole bunch of mail as failing SPF.

Please read Google's documentation on inbound gateways and set up Hosted CanIt to be your inbound gateway. The Hosted CanIt IP addresses are found under My Domains; because Google has both IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity, be sure to include both the IPv6 and IPv4 networks as inbound gateways.