You can enable Google Apps in your account by following the instructions below:
Simply log into your and click directly on the domain. Then click the 'Enable' button in the center of the screen toward the bottom (to the right of the Google Apps line). You will then follow the on screen instructions to complete the setup.
The Google Apps setup is fairly straight forward, but there is one action that may seem complicated and that is 'domain ownership verification'. At this step, click 'Verify Now'. From there you will select 'Add a DNS Record to your domains configuration'. You will then select the registrar as Name.com and a unique verification string will be generated. You will then copy that entire string of characters (starts with the word google), log into your Name.com account, and follow the instructions below:
1.) Log into your account and click the 'Account' button at the top of the screen.
2.) Click on the domain you wish to create an TXT record for.
3.) You will be taken to Domain Management, here on the right hand side of the screen, you will click DNS Record Management.
4.) In the drop down section to the left, select TXT record record is showing.
5.) In the Record Host bar, you will leave it blank. In the Record Answer bar, you will paste the unique string issued to you by Google.
Once this is done, you can choose 'Verify" on the Google Apps setup page.
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