Welcome to our beta test!
Thanks for helping us test Gmail for your domain! We’re excited to help you offer Gmail accounts with your domain.
Here’s how to get started:
* First, click the link below. Log in with the same Google Account you used to volunteer to become a beta tester.
* Next, we’ll guide you through a series of steps to register your domain for this service.* We’ll then ask you to create a new administrative account for your domain. Most people choose something like admin@.*You can then log in to the control panel ( ) with your administrativeaccount. Within the control panel, you can create new users, modify orsuspend accounts, create aliases and lists, and customize the look andfeel of Gmail for . You can even upload whole lists of newusers with the bulk upload feature, and assign administrative rights tomultiple accounts.* Finally, you’ll need to configure your DNS MXrecords to work with Gmail. Once you log in to the control panel,you’ll see detailed instructions on how to complete this step. If youget stuck, you can access our help center.
Thanks again for helping us out,
The Gmail Team
Google 会叫你修改 mx 记录
Procedures for changing MX records vary greatly from ISP to ISP. The instructions here are meant only as a general guide.
Login to your ISP using the username and password associated with your domain.
Navigateto an MX record maintenance page. MX records are special DNS (DomainName Service) records, and are often located under sections titled “DNSManagement,” “Mail Server Configuration,” or “Name Server Management.”You may need to turn on advanced settings to allow editing of these MXrecords.
Delete any existing MX records before entering new MX records.
Foreach MX record, enter information according to the entries in thefollowing table. You may not be allowed to enter the priority valuesexactly as they appear in the table below; in that case, simply ensurethat the server addresses are prioritized in the same order as theyappear in the table. (i.e. The priority ranking [1, 3, 3, 5, 5, 5, 5]should work just as well as [1, 5, 5, 10, 10, 10, 10] so long as youkeep the addresses in the right order.)
If you’re asked to specify the type of each record you’re adding, enter “MX”.
MXrecords often require the specific format of DNS records, including atrailing dot (”.”) at the end of any full-qualified domain names (e.g.“.”)
Set any TTL values to the maximum allowed.
update: 原来这个logo是可以改成自己的:),格式要求 143 x 59 的图片.