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At the last Pizza Conference, Jeff from Google promised better user managements options ahead for Google Apps.  Several of you nodded enthusiastically that you were really looking forward to this.  I noticed this post
http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/08/sharing-with-google-groups.html
Also  Google Apps now has a contact sharing service which you can enable.

Finally..  someone from google teachers academy posted a handout for setting postini to post to internal only for certain groups.  I have not tried this but thought this might be valuable to those wanting to enable email for student groups in different ways than email for adult groups.


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From: Lucie deLaBruere <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 5:13 AM
Subject: Fwd: Setting Postini to Internal Email Only
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Found this which might be useful if you go down that road


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From: Harold Olejarz <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Aug 19, 9:40 pm
Subject: Setting Postini to Internal Email Only
To: Google Certified Teachers


Hi,

The attached handout will walk you through using Postini to set up
your
Google Apps Education domain so that email can only be sent to and
from
email addresses within your domain. If you are in a K-12 school this
is a
way to give your students email accounts to email teachers and fellow
students only. You must activate Postini Services to do this.

Postini is a powerful tool that can do lots. It took me a while to
figure
this out so I thought I would make the handout to help those you want
to do
this.

Thanks to Dana for her help.

Harold

Harold Olejarz
Google Certified Teacher
Personal Website -www.digitalharold.com

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 postini domain only email.pdf
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