|By PR Newswire||
|December 5, 2012 04:54 AM EST||
LEIDEN, The Netherlands, December 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Setting up a domain name to work with Google Apps has become much easier, as domain registrar TransIP.eu offers automated setup and configuration for Google Apps.
TransIP.eu has a rich history of empowering its customers, that reflects through all its services. The collaboration of TransIP.eu with Google is in line with this vision, making it much easier for customers to setup their domain with Google Apps.
Ali Niknam, founder and CEO of TransIP.eu explains: "Setting up a domain for Google Apps or Gmail requires customers to take several manual steps. Some services require an additional TXT record in the DNS, while others force the user to change a whole host of MX records."
"In the past months our developers have worked with Google to reduce the process of verification and activation to only a few clicks." Niknam continues: "Now, when setting up services like Google Apps, our clients can get started right away by simply selecting TransIP from a dropdown list, logging onto their TransIP.eu account and confirming activation."
Niknam concludes: "At TransIP.eu we are always looking for ways to improve the quality and usability of our products. We are very excited that our partnership with Google allows us to do just that."
With more than 90.000 customers and 700.000+ registered domain names, TransIP is the largest domain name provider in the Benelux as well as world leader in DNSSEC adaptation, with over 500.000 domain names signed. The vision of TransIP is to empower its customers in innovative ways, which is embodied by its slogan: "All Yours".
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