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Google apps default DNS entries

I recently switched from free Google Apps to Office 365, but did not discover a potential problem with posting calendar data to an externally hosted website until well after I had deleted my screenshot of the Google DNS entries.

I have searched in vain for them on Google help pages but no luck.

I just want to recreate my calendar CNAME record, and the related A record, to point to my still existing Google Apps account/calendar.

Can anyone help?
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bwander
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bwander
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Allen FalconCEO & Pragmatic EvangelistCommented:
Assuming you are referring to having setup URL mapping, calendar.<yourdomain.com> should point to ghs.google.com.

This mapping will take you to calendar.google.com/a/<yourdomain.com>
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bwanderAuthor Commented:
It turns out if the account and aforementioned calendar still exist, you don't need the CNAME records in order to link to the calendar.

I'll still award the points for answering the question asked.
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