Although Google Apps has received rave reviews for its email and its collaboration tools, it’s one criticism has been its difficulty getting setup for those who don’t understand how to change their website’s DNS settings to add the necessary MX and CNAME records.
Google Apps DNS Settings
In order to begin using Google Apps, your domain name’s DNS settings must be altered by adding MX entries which allows your email to run through Google Apps. For some people, the mere thought of configuring domain settings seems like an arduous task.
If you’re confused or experiencing difficulty with configuring your domains settings, we would be happy to help you. Please call me at 1-888-652-3135. Part of the confusion is because there are so many different website registars and websites hosts and each registrar or website host has a different process for updating your website’s DNS in order to add MX entries and CNAME records.
Google Apps DNS Help
If you need help setting up your Google Apps DNS settings by adding MX entries and CNAME records, please call me at 1-888-652-3135 and I would be happy to help you.
If you also need help setting up Google Apps short URLs, we can also help you. With Google Apps, you are able to setup mail.yourdomain.com, docs.yourdomain.com, and calendar.yourdomain.com so you can always easily access them from your computer, your phone, or when you’re on the go.