If what you are looking for is to be able to receive emails in Google Suite and cPanel at the same time, keep reading. Let’s look at it with an example. We have these email addresses in a company:
And what we want is only to pay for the email accounts used by the people /employees who will be the ones we will receive in Google Suite and not pay for the generalists who are the ones we will receive in cPanel.
It is a somewhat laborious but simple process. You need to have access to the Google suite admin panel and cPanel.
The first thing is to add the accounts that we are going to have in Google Suite and those of cPanel. They cannot be repeated. Either you add them in Google Suite or you add them in cPanel.
Let’s start by setting up in cPanel. Go to the “Mail” section and look for “Email Routing”.
Choose the domain for which you are doing the setup and choose “Local Mail Exchanger”
In cPanel we are done!
Now you go to the Google Suite admin panel –> “Apps” –> “G Workspace” –> “Gmail”
Once you are in the Gmail section go to “Hosts”.
Click on “Add route” and the next window will open that we must configure as shown:
“mail.ejemplo.com” is the mail server. Usually it usually has the same structure but if you are not sure you can consult it in cPanel.
Once you save it, if you wait a few minutes, the emails will begin to drift between Google Suite and cPanel.
As you can see it is something simple but you can be going around if you do not know. I hope you found it useful and any questions contact me.