google – How to debug email issues with gsuite after DNS switch

We recently switched our DNS provider for our domain from Namebright to AWS Route53. Everything is working properly except for one strange issue.

We’re currently not able to receive emails from our Mandrill account (using Mandrill SMTP) to our domain email addresses managed by gsuite. To be clear, our Mandrill emails are working in general. Every email address is able to receive emails from our Mandrill account, including our personal gmail addresses. Also, our domain email addresses are able to send emails and receive emails from any other source, just not from our Mandrill account.

We’re at a loss as to how to debug this issue. We suspect the issue must be with gsuite because Mandrill says that the emails were delivered successfully. What could the issue be?

web development: creating a G-Suite style application (using MEAN stack?)

My client is a medium-sized company. They want to develop something like Google G Suite. That is, all people with different roles in your company (for example, end user, employee, administrator, etc.) must be able to log in with role-based access, attend, share information, communicate via video / audio conference, etc. Although G-Suite caters for many of your requirements, they also want a few other things along with what Google G-Suite offers. They also prefer to have their own application.

My questions are:

  1. What is the fastest and most cost-effective way to create a G-Suite-style application that provides role-based access, assistance, ability to share information, communicate via video / audio conference, etc.? Is it advisable to develop it using the typical MEAN stack (MongoDB, Express, Angular and Node.js)? If not what else?

  2. Does Google G Suite provide API to develop such application? How long will it take tentatively? My client is a medium-sized company that has around a thousand end users and less than a hundred employees.

  3. Are customizable white label G-Suite style solutions available?

g suite – GSuite: URL for a particular calendar appointment?

My team members no longer use email.

If I want to reach them, I need to use their preferred tool.

Now I need the URL of a particular appointment (GSuite) to send this URL to them.

I couldn't find any way to get a URL for a particular quote.

Should I copy the URL from the browser?

link to quote

Can a GSuite administrator see your search history if you are logged in to that email?

Suppose you are logged into an account owned by an education organization (.edu) and do some NSFW searches on it.

Can they see your search history if they want to?
If so, how do you destroy your search history as best you can?

Google G-Suite Marketplace: No Results: Can't add Chrome Remote Desktop or any Microsoft apps

Sorry if this is not the right place to ask this, but I can't find a better place.

I set up my users with Google G-Suite so they can use Chromebooks and Chrome Remote Desktop to work remotely when dealing with Corona.

I can access the market on Chromebooks that log in as users, but I can't find a way to add CRD and Microsoft apps to the library or computers. When I open marketplace on laptops, a blank page appears saying "No results". In G-Suite manager, when you try to add a service or an app, the market searches appear empty for the remote desktop of Microsoft and Chrome.

Any ideas where I'm going wrong?

no results

macos: sending email with Mail on Mac works and then stops (Gsuite)

I have a problem sending an email with Mail on Mac. Sending will work for a few minutes, then it will stop working. In SMTP settings, I can see "disconnected" when it stops working. Also, in the SMTP configuration panel, the authentication parameters (SMTP username / pwd) disappear when I go back to the configuration I configured a few minutes ago.

Email is configured with GSuite and DNS to work with Gmail. Mail works well on iPad and iPhone. The problem is occurring on a Mac laptop and desktop. Both with different versions of Mac OS (10.14.6 and 10.11.6)

I deleted the account, then recreated with the "Google" option to automatically complete the setup without success. I also tried to configure the account with the recommended parameters according to Google … I added Mail within the Firewall settings to allow the application.

Any idea what's going wrong?

Email: Is it possible to migrate my g-suite gmail accounts to Office 365 at home?

I bought Office 365 Home because I was using Dropbox and I wanted to switch to OneDrive because it was cheaper.

I used my hotmail account to register.

Now, I have two g-suite accounts for my email, with two addresses, x@example.com and y@example2.com

I was wondering if it was possible to migrate them to my office365 to use outlook.com instead of gmail.com

Unfortunately, it seems extremely difficult to find out exactly what Office 365 does and if it supports this, or how it would do it.

I wonder if anyone can shed some light on that. If I can also migrate my email, I can stop paying for g-suite. The only part of g-suite that I really use is email.

Email: Is it possible to migrate my g-suite gmail accounts to Office 365 at home?

I bought Office 365 Home because I was using Dropbox and I wanted to switch to OneDrive because it was cheaper.

I used my hotmail account to register.

Now, I have two g-suite accounts for my email, with two addresses, x@example.com and y@example2.com

I was wondering if it was possible to migrate them to my office365 to use outlook.com instead of gmail.com

Unfortunately, it seems extremely difficult to find out exactly what Office 365 does and if it supports this, or how it would do it.

I wonder if anyone can shed some light on that. If I can also migrate my email, I can stop paying for g-suite. The only part of g-suite that I really use is email.

gmail: help interpreting the GSuite DMARC report

I have the paid version of GSuite in my own email domain. I turned on the lowest DMARC level so I could see the alerts without any filtering (yet).

Below is a Google DMARC report where some IP addresses fail SPF and DKIM.

I ran an IPLookup on them and they belong to my hosting provider, Dreamhost.

Does this mean that my sent email is routed through your IPs and not from Google and that my DNS may be configured incorrectly? I don't think it should be routed through my hosting provider at all.

Any help interpreting this would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you.

DMARC XML file report: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gTI7OWGh5yS15rpy0vj4220XVxZZOWox/view?usp=sharing