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8/4/14
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anakaoka at trinet-hi.com

Google Apps for ISP EOL

Anyone else getting affected by Google Apps for ISP End of Life ?


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Advisor Victoria S
8/5/14
Advisor Victoria S
Hi there!

Would you please provide more details of the issue you are having with your IPS account?

Regards.
Jim-at-NC
8/5/14
Jim-at-NC
Yes - I also am affected.  I think we will freeze our current users and switch to apps for business, if possible.  Otherwise this is an unmitigated disaster.


Jim-at-NC
8/5/14
Jim-at-NC
Google recently announced that it will end-of-life apps for ISPs this time next year (July 2015).  Anyone who has been utilizing apps for ISPs will need to find another email solution, according to Virtacore who is our intermediary provider.
Advisor Victoria S
8/5/14
Advisor Victoria S
Hi Jim!

Thank you very much for information regarding this situation.

I've marked it as best answer in case that someone else finds the same situation.

Greetings! :)
8/6/14
Original Poster
anakaoka at trinet-hi.com
Jim - how many users do you have? have you looked @ Zimbra? 

Email me : anakaoka at trinet-hi.com
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3/20/15
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anakaoka at trinet-hi.com
Did you ever post the "official" Google press release about partnering with Hyper office?

You spend a lot of time marketing on this forum, we're trying to find solutions..

Please stop marketing, you're solution is noted and we don't need every other post to be about your solution.


 
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