I was *hoping* to be able to make it as seamless as possible by just changing the DNS records on our server to have an A record for mail.ourdomain.com point to google...but can I? Since our current server is using that same record for both incoming and outgoing - and google has two different addresses (imap and smtp) - can I do that?
Is there any way given this scenario for me to do a DNS pointer that will accomplish this change on the client end seamlessly w/o having them change their account settings?
The trickiness here is that google wants you to use two different hostnames to access the two protocols you need for mail to work (smtp = sending, imap = receiving). Currently, you can access both imap
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