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Generic example of CSV:

user1@domain.com user2@domain.com user3@domain.com

Business example of CSV:

mattwerner@solarmora.com joesabia@solarmora.com joesciarrillo@solarmora.com

If the addresses in your mail server are different from the addresses in Google Apps, then you need two addresses per line in the CSV: the mail-server address followed by the Google Apps address.

Generic example:

user1@exchange-domain.com, google apps user1@gmail-domain.com user2@exchange-domain.com, google apps user2@gmail-domain.com user3@exchange-domain.com, google apps user3@gmail-domain.com _ _ _ _ _ _

Business example:

matt@solarmora-uk.com, mattwerner@solarmora.com jsabia@solarmora-uk.com, joesabia@solarmora.com jsciarrillo@solarmora-uk.com, joesciarrillo@solarmora.com

IMAP Servers

When you’re using an IMAP server other than Microsoft® Exchange, you must include the user’s IMAP user ID and password along with their Google Apps username. The basic format is:

sourceuser#sourceuserpassword, destinationuser

Generic example:

userid1#user1password, google apps user1 userid2#user2password, google apps user2 userid3#user3password, google apps user3 _ _ _ _ _ _

Business example:

mattwerner@solarmora.com#fKz47MCb, mattwerner@solarmora.com joesabia@solarmora.com#Q8BW2svB, joesabia@solarmora.com joesciarrillo@solarmora.com#4tPYdpnQ, joesciarrillo@solarmora.com

Variations on IMAP Servers

Use the same username that your user enters in their IMAP email client to check their email. Some IMAP clients like Dovecot and Courier only require a username, whereas other IMAP servers require the full email address. When in doubt, use the full email address for the destination user, i.e. "joesabia@solarmora-uk.com" rather than just "joesabia".

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