Features in the G Suite Legacy free edition

G Suite Legacy free edition brings together essential services to help your business communicate and collaborate more effectively. It helps your employees to stay connected and collaborate more effectively. Your employees now can share files and collaborate in real-time. In this blog, we will introduce to you the feature of G Suite Legacy free edition.

Prior to December 6, 2012, Google offered a free edition of Google Apps—also known as the Standard edition—that had a reduced set of business features. As of December 6, 2012, Google stopped offering the Free edition to new customers. However, you still have the chance to get Google Apps Legacy free edition account that we signed up by 2012 and are selling to you here.

If you use G Suite Legacy which signed up before December 6, 2012, you can continue your service for free, without any change in service. The fact that we discontinued the Free edition for new customers has no effect on existing customers of the Free service.

Features in the Free edition

Basic services and features

  • Messaging: Gmail, Calendar, Contacts
  • Storage and collaboration: Drive, Docs, Hangouts
  • Other Google services: Blogger, YouTube, and more

Usage and support

  • Maximum number of users: 10 users, 50 users, 100 users, 200 users, 250 users, 300 users, 500 users, 600 users, 700 users, 1.000 users, 1.400 users, 2.000 users, 5.000 users, 10.000  users
  • Email, document, photo storage per user: 15 GB
  • Video conferencing

Email usage

  • Email storage (shared with documents and photos): 15 GB. If you’re approaching the limit or if you’ve run out of storage, you can purchase additional storage
  • Attachment size limit: 25 MB
  • Maximum recipients per message: 500
  • Maximum recipients/day per user (outside your domain): 500

Addresses and mailing lists

Your company brand

  • Your custom email address ([email protected])
  • Gmail ads turned off
  • Supports only domain aliases, not secondary domains

Security and business controls

  • Password monitoring and strength control
  • 2-Step Verification adds an extra layer of security to your users’ G Suite accounts by requiring them to enter a verification code in addition to their username and password when signing in to their account.
  • Single Sign-On (SSO)
  • Enforced SSL connections

Email security and business controls

  • Junk email filtering and virus blocking
  • Gmail ads turned off

Contacts, lists, and groups

  • Mailing lists (admin controlled)
  • Global directory (internal contacts)

Access options

  • Supported browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer
  • Mobile phones and tablets
  • Offline mail and Docs editors
  • IMAP and POP support

Other email delivery options

  • Catch-all address. You use catch-all addresses to receive messages that are accidentally addressed to an incorrect email address for a domain.
  • Outbound relay server (for alternative From: addresses)
  • Receive mail from multiple POP addresses (Mail Fetcher)

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