Tip: For convenience, expand the steps in this article and print it to refer to as you go through the verification process.
After you verify that you own your domain, you can start using your Google service, such as G Suite, G Suite Essentials, or Cloud Identity. If you have G Suite, you can start using Gmail, Google Drive, and all the other services included with your G Suite account.
If you already signed up for G Suite but didn't complete the setup process, you can pick up where you left off.
Open the setup tool and click Verify.
Click Continue to verify your domain with a TXT record. You can also click Switch verification method if you need to use another method.
Click Copy to copy your unique verification record.
- In the Admin Console, on the Verify your domain and set up email page, click the link to open your domain host sign-in page in a new tab.
Note: If the Admin Console doesn’t provide a link to your domain, open the .realtor™ site in a new tab. Keep the Admin Console open in the first tab.
- Enter the email address and password you created when you purchased your .realtor domain.
- Click Log In.
- Select the .realtor domain name you want to verify for G Suite.
- Click Manage Domain.
- On the Advanced DNS tab, click Add DNS record.
- Under Record Type, select TXT record.
- In the Host field, select @ (blank).
- In the Value field, paste the entire verification record that you copied in Step 1.
- In the Time to Live (TTL) field, select 1800 sec (30 min).
- Click Add Record.
Return to the setup tool in the Admin console and click Verify.
Click Continue, then scroll to the bottom of the next page. Click Verify my domain.
G Suite: Next steps
Now it’s time to set up Gmail with your G Suite account.
- Keep the Admin console and your domain host pages open.
- In a separate browser tab or window, follow the instructions to set up Gmail (MX records) with your host.