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So, log into the Slice Manager at https://manage.and navigate to the DNS tab: Now click on the 'records' link next to your domain.
If you haven't created a zone for your domain, then refer to this article.
Tip: For convenience, print these instructions to refer to them as you go through the verification steps.
After you verify that you own your domain, you can start using Gmail, Drive, and all the other services included with your G Suite account.
From the location where you have stored your Exchange 2013 files run
The first dialog gives you the opportunity to check for updates to the setup files before you proceed.
(Luckily I have an "extra" domain to play with before moving the big ones.)Yes, of course. But the catch was - GD will be showing "Pending Setup: validating MX record" before you update nameservers for a domain, and afterwards as well.
Firstly we need to create a subdomain A Record called 'mail'. Again, if you are using an external mail agency, then skip this step.
Namely, from what they say it's impossible to migrate to them without email downtime.
I know from past experience that a correctly performed migration should never incur any downtime at all (providing you set everything up at the new provider, only then update domain's nameservers, and only in a few days cancel the old provider's account).
I will do a separate article on setting up MX records for Google Apps.
If you use an external mail agency (such as fusemail or fastmail), then leave out the A-record creation and point the MX record as directed by your provider.