Using Gmail with Google Apps
Using Gmail with Google Apps is a lot like using it with your personal Gmail account, but with added enhancements for working in a company or other organization.
What's different about Google Apps Gmail
- Business email address. Google Apps lets you have an email address at your own domain—with the format 'name@your_domain.com'—rather than 'firstname.lastname@example.org.'
- More than just email. Google Apps is more than just Gmail for your organization. It includes a suite of web-based productivity and collaboration tools that include online documents, calendars, video chat, and much more.
- Different editions. There are different versions of Google Apps, such as for businesses, schools, or government organizations, each of which might have different features and capabilities. Learn more
- Administrative controls. With Google Apps, you can have an administrator manage and control people's email accounts across your domain, from a central Admin panel. Learn more
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