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VUser::Google::Apps - VUser extension for managing Google Apps for your domain


VUser::Google::Apps integrates Google Apps for your Domain in vuser for simple integration with other systems.

Currently on version 2.0 of the Google Apps API is supported.


 extensions = Google::Apps
 [Extension Google::Apps]
 # Connect Google::Apps to the email keyword and actions.
 # This allows you to use the standard vuser email keyword actions
 # to manage accounts. This requires that VUser::Email be installed.
 use email keyword = yes
 # The default domain. If this is not set, you must use the --domain
 # option when running vuser.
 default domain =
 # The name of the user that vuser will use to manage your domain.
 # The is user must have administration priviledges.
 # You should not need set 'domain admin' or 'admin password', below,
 # if you are using the 'multi-domain configuration' file below. 
 domain admin = vuser
 # The admin user's (above) password
 admin password = supersecret
 # You can use vuser to manage multiple Google Apps domains by uncommenting
 # the 'multi-domain configuration' option. The file is an INI file (just
 # like this one). Domain names are section headings and must have the
 # options 'domain admin' and 'admin password' set. For example:
 # []
 # domain admin = admin
 # admin password = password
 # []
 # domain admin = vuser
 # admin password = password
 # multi-domain configuration = /etc/vuser/google-apps.ini


Randy Smith <>


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 VUser-Google-Apps is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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