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    Default Google Apps: How do I get a standard account

    I wish to use Google Apps for our small study group--but I do not have a domain name. How do I get a Google apps standard account? if I have a Gmail account does this mean I have the Standard Google Apps by default?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiley_lauf View Post
    I wish to use Google Apps for our small study group--but I do not have a domain name. How do I get a Google apps standard account? if I have a Gmail account does this mean I have the Standard Google Apps by default?

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    You will need a domain name. You can register a .com for about $7.67 once-off for the first year, at most reputable (Use discount code: 749aprmo ) places.

    You can then proceed with the registration using this domain name.

    And no, a Gmail account does not mean you have the Standard Apps by default. You have to register first.
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    Well, I wouldn't go so far as to fully endorse godaddy... at least according to the suckage-scale. What is the suckage-scale you may ask? Just type in (whatever) sucks into google and see what comes up.

    namecheap sucks: 15 400
    godaddy sucks: 139 000

    Clearly, godaddy sucks more. Take all this with a bag of salt, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.B.Cooper View Post
    Well, I wouldn't go so far as to fully endorse godaddy... at least according to the suckage-scale. What is the suckage-scale you may ask? Just type in (whatever) sucks into google and see what comes up.

    namecheap sucks: 15 400
    godaddy sucks: 139 000

    Clearly, godaddy sucks more. Take all this with a bag of salt, of course.
    Been using them for years without any problem whatsoever. I moved over from 1&1 to Godaddy when they started to offer more value for money.
    Sometimes you just have to take the leap, and build your wings on the way down.

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