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    Changing Web-Hosting: implications on Google Apps

    Hello,

    In upgrading our website, I set up a temporary domain with a new hosting company to build the site. Now that we are ready to launch, I am debating whether to simply point our official domain to our new hosting company or do a full domain transfer of the domain. Our biggest concern is the time it will take for the domain to propagate and if there will be implications on our Google Apps account, namely any disruption to email service.

    Appreciate any advice or input from experience you have.

    Many thanks,

    Nadjib A.

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    If it is migrated properly you should be able to do this with zero downtime.

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    Even when migrating domain from one registrar to another?

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    Even when migrating domain from one registrar to another?
    Yes - what you normally do is transfer the domain and point to the original name servers - then once it has transferred setup you dns records and then change those records.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennda View Post
    Yes - what you normally do is transfer the domain and point to the original name servers - then once it has transferred setup you dns records and then change those records.
    Thank you Glennda, I appreciate your responses.



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