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Master Geek
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Topic # 151929 10-Sep-2014 11:35
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With some of the earlier Google Apps Free accounts, you can add another domain and enjoy free google services on that domain as well.

Does anyone know how many Domain aliases can be added to a Google Apps Free edition account?

Also is it still a 10-user limit (for free use) on the domain and each of the domain aliases?

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  Reply # 1126514 11-Sep-2014 13:39
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If i remember correct the aliases are for 10 user accounts.


So you can make as many email accounts as you like however they need to be attached to 1 of the 10 user accounts.

So you can't just add another domain for another 10 user accounts.



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  Reply # 1126592 11-Sep-2014 14:57
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Domain aliases are different from user aliases.



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  Reply # 1130593 17-Sep-2014 12:23
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I found this link which suggests a total limit of all user accounts - for the domain plus all domain aliases included - is either 10 or 50 depending on the age of the account.

https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/apps/a7uP_h60m98

I can confirm a total 10-user limit for one domain I tested which had a second domain added as an alias.

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