I do not think we can regain that access at the time as we had no control over those accounts.
I'm not sure how your email server is setup so correct me if I'm wrong but FEOA hosts an email server but google/gmail is used a a front end?I do not think we can regain that access at the time as we had no control over those accounts.
You can try to reach out to them to resolve this.
More info here: https://www.tomsguide.com/news/g-suite-free-shutdown#:~:text=Google announced yesterday (Jan.,including Docs, Sheets and Slides.
Not 100% but there is no access for us to address this on our end, I checked with IT.I'm not sure how your email server is setup so correct me if I'm wrong but FEOA hosts an email server but google/gmail is used a a front end?
Could one use outlook or Thunderbird inplace of gmail assuming one has the login and server address info needed?
I know your IT dept says they do not have access. It might be possible to contact google to reset login information for the workspace back-end.Who is my administrator?
Quick definition: A person who manages Google services or devices for a company, school, or group.
What my administrator can do for me
Your account, [email protected], was set up by an administrator at feoa.net. An administrator also manages how your account works.
- Help solve problems or answer questions with your account.
- Reset your Google Account password, if you forget it.
- Turn on the Google services you can use with your account, such as Google Drive or YouTube.
- Contact a Google support expert for help.
Help me find my administrator
Your administrator is someone associated with feoa.net, not Google. We can’t tell you exactly who your administrator is. But here are ideas of who to ask.
Your administrator might be:
- The person who gave you your username, [email protected]
- Someone in your IT department or Help desk (at a company or school)
- The person who manages your email service or web site (in a small business or club)
I believe this was set up before we owned FEOA.net but I will ask around.
I still have mine, you had to physically go in and tell it to stay on legacy version before a certain date to keep the suite running, I'm guessing this was not a priority for them to go get the information needed from donnie and switch it to the legacy version they offered for free.I'm guessing Donnie stopped paying for the service long ago, surprised they lasted this long.
Yeah google gave a certain set date they needed people to go in on the free legacy suite and tell it to continue using the free legacy suite or it would cost to continue, I continued with my own domain on the legacy free. only reason I'm aware of what google did.Update after a deeper dive with the operations team.
Unfortunately, Google has ended offering free site-based emails, in doing so they have removed our ability to restore inboxes and migrate their contents. We do not have an alternative offering for site-based emails at this time nor will we have one in the foreseeable future.