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Domain-level routing

This feature isn't available in the legacy free edition of Google Apps.

 

The Email routing setting is deprecated and will soon be removed from usage, replaced by the Routing setting. During this transitional period, Email routing settings are still visible in the Admin Console, labeled with a red "deprecated" tag. The settings still work for domain-level and catch-all address routing, but you can't edit them or create new ones.

For the domain-level routes you configured, you can convert the Email routing setting to the Routing setting. If you set up catch-all routing, you can convert the catch-all configuration after you convert all additional domain configurations.  

Convert domain-level routing

  1.   Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in @gmail.com).

  2. From the Admin console dashboard, go to Appsand thenG Suiteand thenGmailand thenAdvanced settings.

    Tip: To see Advanced settings, scroll to the bottom of the Gmail page.

  3. On the left, select the top-level organization, typically your domain.

  4. Scroll to the Email routing setting in the Routing section.

  5. Under Send bounce notifications, click Convert. The configuration you used for the domain-level routes is copied to the new Routing setting and is shown on the screen.

  6. Review the configuration and edit the controls, if necessary. For details on the Routing setting, see Set up routing for your domain or organization

  7. Click Add setting.

  8. Repeat steps 5–7 to convert all additional routes. For each route under Send bounce notifications, you need to click Convert. 

  9. If you configured catch-all routing for the primary route, you’ll be prompted to click Convert again. If you didn’t configure a catch-all route, all controls related to catch-all routing disappear after you convert the final additional route.

  10. At the bottom of the Gmail Advanced settings page, click Save.

 

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