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G Suite hack - totally legal - implemented by me - figured it out by myself, in use for a number of years already.

RUN MULTIPLE E-Mail ACCOUNTs ON ONE ACCOUNT


Register a master domain at g-suite for demonstration we will call the domain mapledots.ca

Main Registered email for G-Suite (Workspace) Gmail

(for this example) info@mapledots.ca


NOW REPEAT THE PROCEDURE BELOW FOR EACH PERSON YOU WANT TO ADD TO GSUITE GMAIL


Go into your GSUITE admin panel to make multiple aliases for gmail.

For the example I will use frank@mapledots.ca

Create that alias



(1) Now go to regular gmail and make the following free email account

frank.mapledots@gmail.com


(2) Now go back into your Gsuite and make the following filter....

deliveredto:frank@mapledots.com
forwardto: frank.mapledots@gmail.com


Now all incoming mail will be directed to the appropriate free email account.



Now we have to configure setting the send out using your business name.

(3) Go to your free gmail account account settings>Accounts and Imports

Click add another email address

Type In your name....

Frank
frank@mapledots.ca
Check off "treat as alias"

Next screen use your gsuite login credentials....
Frank <info@mapledots.ca>
Mail is sent through: smtp.gmail.com
Secured connection on port 587 using TLS

You have to know your G-Suite password

You have to use your original gsuite address from your mail server.

You can do this as many times as you want and run 10 or more business addresses on 1 G-Suite account.


Enjoy,

MapleDots


Even though some people probably do similar I developed this method on my own and took the time to make this tutorial. Feel free to copy the tutorial but a shout back to MapleDots.com would be appreciated.
 
If I remember correctly, Gsuite has also got domain aliases, so that you can have one paid domain, but add all of the same email accounts under a different domain by adding a DomainAlias.
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