In short, you can’t. But there’s a work around.
Let’s say your company’s primary domain is www.PrimeWidgets.com and this is your primary domain in Google Apps. You’re sister company at www.SuperManufacturing.com will be handling sales generated from your secondary domain in Google Apps, www.mywidget.com. You want emails sent to the sales rep email@example.com as well as firstname.lastname@example.org to forward to email@example.com.
How’s that for a crazy ass setup? Yes I ran into just such a situation and so document the resolution for your purusal.
First, you have to setup a group for firstname.lastname@example.org that forwards to email@example.com.
Now your next thought is to add mywidgets.com as an alias of mywidget.com and be done with it; not so fast. As of this writting you can’t attache an alias domain to a secondary domain in Google Apps.
The fix is to add mywidgets.com as an additional secondary domain and setup an second group firstname.lastname@example.org forwarded to email@example.com.
It’s less that elegant, but will work until Google fixes an obviously, to me, missing feature.
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Well, it looks like WOFF still has no official Mime Type since the spec is still unofficial.
At one point WebKit simply didn’t support WOFF at all, this was resolved in change set 76505. However they chose to use
application/x-font-woff, as opposed to the working draft which stats
So, while this is up in the air, use
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Not only did Google just update their homepage search box and buttons, but they added an interesting placement for their "Google Search" and "I'm Feeling Lucky" buttons.
Now when you start typing a search phrase you will notice a new UI for the suggested search drop down. Both buttons appear inside the search suggestion drop down. Also, clicking one of the suggestions will start the search for that phrase.
Now I understand the click to search feature, that's rather handy. But adding the search buttons baffles me. How are they helpful?
This morning got off to a grand start with a server error on Google Calendar. Normally this would be very upsetting, but I was so impressed with the error page I thought I'd share.
I count eighteen different languages.