Forward emails to multiple recipients in Google Apps

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  1. Julie says:

    Thanks for this post – it was mega-helpful. Not sure why Google decided to make it this hard?!

  2. What if I want to forward to multiple addresses outside my main domain?

    Like [email protected] –> forwards to: [email protected] and [email protected]

    • Rajib Ghosh says:

      Hi Cory,

      Google Apps allows you to add other domain email IDs to the group.
      Your will have to set the Group’s permissions correctly to allow other domain email IDs to also sent messages to the group ID.
      If you only want one-way traffic (from Group to Users), then the ‘Announcement Only’ setting will work fine.


  3. Colin says:

    Is there a way to make and existing email address have more recipiants ? obviously it should have been setup like the above in the first place.

    [email protected] is sent to [email protected] and [email protected] and [email protected]

    but if [email protected] wants to see emails to [email protected] aswell as [email protected] , would i have to delete [email protected] and create a group [email protected] ?

    sorry for the confusing post.

    • Rajib Ghosh says:

      Hi Colin,

      It appears that Google has not yet added the facility to forward emails to multiple recipients and still requires the use of Google Groups to forward messages.


  4. Nick says:

    Groups don’t appear to be working correctly for me. I create a group and add myself as a member. When I email the group – I never receive my test email.

    Is this a known bug or is there a trick to this? Seems pretty straight forward.. but, again, it’s not working.


  5. Will says:

    Nick, I think if you are the one sending the message, you won’t receive your sent message but the other recipients in the group e-mail address that you belong to will.

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