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Sign up your organization's domain for Google Apps for Work to start a free 30-day trial. It only takes a few minutes to get started!
Before you can use Google Apps with your domain, you need to show us that you own it. Verifying domain ownership doesn't affect your current mail or website. We’ll guide you through the process in our setup wizard.
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As the administrator, you can give each member of your team a username and email to sign in to their Google Apps services. During your free trial, you can add up to 10 users. Once you’ve set up billing, you can add more team members.
You can add users individually or by uploading a spreadsheet. Larger organizations can sync Apps with existing LDAP or Active Directory servers.
When you're ready to begin using mail with Google Apps, you’ll have to redirect your domain's mail flow to Gmail. You do this by changing your domain's MX records at your domain host. When you first sign up, a setup wizard will guide you through the process.
To access the wizard, sign in to your Admin console and click Set up Gmail. The Setup Wizard will then guide you through the process.
Direct your team to the "Google Apps Learning Center to help them get familiar with Gmail, Calendar, Drive, and other core apps.
If your team wants to copy their existing email, calendar events, and contacts to Google Apps, use one of our migration tools. You can migrate data directly from Microsoft Exchange®, IBM Notes®, or another IMAP server. You can even let your team move their own data over to Apps.
As the administrator, you can decide when your organization receives new features and updates. New features can be added automatically as they are released by Google, without needing to install or update software, or you can control when new features become available.
Let your team get emails, join a Hangout, review a slideshow, and collaborate on documents while they’re on the go. Set up your team with Google Apps for mobile and add basic security features.
Your pilot team can evaluate Gmail before you switch to Google Apps. Piloting won't interrupt anyone's current mail service, and users can keep using their current email address with dual delivery.