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An Ask AL Answer: How to delegate email in Gmail

Thank you Kathy Carnegis from Cedarville University who requested this tutorial. She said, "Our campus recently converted to Google Apps for Education. We have a lot of people asking questions about Google email delegation. Can you help?"Thanks for asking! Here's your answer, Kathy:  Have a question you didn't find answers to on Atomic Learning? We invite customers to let us know what training questions they have by emailing AskAL@atomiclearning.com.
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Thank you Kathy Carnegis from Cedarville University who requested this tutorial. She said, "Our campus recently converted to Google Apps for Education. We have a lot of people asking questions about Google email delegation. Can you help?"

Thanks for asking! Here's your answer, Kathy:

Have a question you didn't find answers to on Atomic Learning? We invite customers to let us know what training questions they have by emailing AskAL@atomiclearning.com.

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