Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Set Up G Suite for Your Domain

The process of setting up G Suite for your domain is very easy. Still, , many of our new customers were facing difficulties in setting up G Suite for their domain.
This article is provided as a courtesy to our customers, to help them in setting up G Suite for their domain. Hope you will find it helpful.
Let's get started.

Step 1:
Login to your Client Area (Portal) using this link :
https://portal.eyhost.biz/clientarea.php

Input your registered email address and password then click on 
Login.

Step 2:
You will be redirected to your Dashboard.
From the top menu bar click on the Services drop-down button, then click on My Services.


Step 3:
Here you will see all of your active services. Based on your gSuite package you will see -
Personal GBL / Starter GBL / Business GBL / Enterprise GBL. Then you have to click on your gSuite package name. For demonstration purpose we are clicking on Personal GBL.


Step 4:
Here you will see all of your active servicesBased on your gSuite package you will see -
Personal GBL / Starter GBL / Business GBL / Enterprise GBL. Then you have to click on your gSuite package name. For demonstration purpose we are clicking on Personal GBL.


Step 4.1:
Scroll down a little bit, you will see necessary MX records that will need to point your domain name to your gSuite plan.


Step : [Point your domain name to your gSuite plan from cPanel by adding MX & TXT record from cPanel].
Login to your cPanel and then search by typing Zone, then from the search result click on Zone Editor.


Step 6 :
You will see your domain name, from there click on the Manage button.


Step 7 :  
Click on the ADD RECORD drop-down (button) and then click on the Add "MX" Record option.


Step 8.0 
Then add the MX records exactly with proper Priority and Destinations values (as described in Step 4.1), then click on the ADD RECORD button.


If you are using Cloudflare, then you have to add these MX Records from your Cloudflare DNS or if you don't have any hosting and you just want to use the domain for gSuite, then you have to add those MX Records from your domain control panels DNS Management.

Step 8.1 
Also add a TXT record as v=spf1 include:_spf.google.com ~all   and then click on the ADD RECORD button. Adding this TXT record will prevent your mails from being appeared to the mail SPAM.


Step 9 
You have to setup your gSuite admin account from your portal. To do that, repeat the process as described from Step 1 to Step 4. Then scroll down to the bottom of the page. Then insert the required details and click on the Setup Admin Account button.



Step 10 
Click on the Google Apps Admin Console button, a new browser tab will be opened and you will be redirected to Google Apps Admin Console login page.


Step 11 
Login with your gSuite Admin credentials.


Step 12 
Click on the Accept button.



Step 13 
Click on the ACCEPT TERMS OF SERVICE button.


Step 14 
From Google Admin Console Dashboard, At the top center, you will see Setup Admin Console: Click here to get started Option. From there click on the Click here hyperlink. [Highlighted In the screenshot] 


Step 15 
From the G Suite setup wizard, click on the Next >> button.


Step 16 
From the Verify your domain (pop-up) window, click on the BEGIN VERIFICATION button.


Step 17.0 
From the Recommended method tab, click on the Select your domain registrar or provider drop-down and scroll down the drop-down options a little bit.


Step 17.1 
From the Select your domain registrar or provider drop-down and scroll down the drop-down options a little bit and then select Other.



Step 17.2 
You will be given a TXT record to verify your domain. Copy the TXT record. 
The TXT record will be needed to verify your domain name for your gSuite plan.


Step 18 :  [Add TXT record from cPanel]
Open a new tab in your web browser and then log in to your cPanel and click on the Zone Editor option. 
To add the TXT record from your cPanel's Zone Editor, follow the same procedure described earlier at Step 5 - Step 8.


If you are using Cloudflare, then you have to add these TXT Record from your Cloudflare DNS or if you don't have any hosting and you just want to use the domain for gSuite, then you have to add those TXT Record from your domain control panels DNS Management.

Step 19 
After the TXT record update, please wait a little bit 10 - 15 minutes at least, sometimes it takes 24 - 48 hours to propagate the newly added DNS record.
Then go to the previous tab (mentioned in Step 17.2:  of your web browser, then click on the VERIFY button.


Step 20 
If the added  TXT record been propagated globally, then you will get the Congratulations message. Then click on the Continue button. If the added  TXT record doesn't propagate globally, then you have to wait for a little more, and try again the Step 19 - Step 20.


Step 21 .0
You will be redirected to Google Admin Console Dashboard. From here you can perform all admin related tasks easily.
Let's get started with create a new gSuite user. To do that, click on the Users button.


Step 21 .1
Click on the Add new user button.


Step 21 .2
From the Add new user window, fill all the required details as per your requirements. Then click on the ADD NEW USER button.



Step 21 .2
Then click on the DONE button.



Congrats! You have successfully setup your gSuite account.



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