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    Best way to manage Gsuite for multiple clients??

    Hi,

    In the past year I had multiple clients that sign-up to use Gsuite E-mail, and until now I always create a separate account to each client and on each client, I create 1 extra account just for me to manage as administrator.

    So, for example, on a client that needs 5 email accounts I create 6. One is just for me to administrate.

    For sure there must be a better way to manage all my clients without the need to create an extra account for each client.

    Maybe create 1 Gsuite account for me, and that account is the “super-administrator” for all my clients?

    Can anyone share your experience and advice? What is the best way to manage multiple Gsuite accounts (each account has it's on domain and is a different client)?

    Thanks!

    Comments

    • hzrhzr Member, Moderator
      edited January 13

      if you are doing this for clients, you need to enrol as a MSP partner for portal access. there is no other way, and the way you are doing this is dangerous and potentially a tos violation.

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    • nqservicesnqservices Member
      edited January 13

      @hzr said:
      if you are doing this for clients, you need to enrol as a MSP partner for portal access. there is no other way, and the way you are doing this is dangerous and potentially a tos violation.

      Do you know if Google MSP partner requires any minimum number of accounts? A friend told me that I need at least 100 Gsuite e-mail accounts to be able to become a Google MSP.

    • TimboJonesTimboJones Member
      edited January 14

      Office 365 doesn't require using a license to be an admin, they just give you an @on.Microsoft.com account (or whatever the domain is) for login and admin purposes.

      When you create an email for yourself on GSuite, does that add a monthly cost just for that email/login?

    • @nqservices look at the requirements to become a MSP

      https://cloud.google.com/partners/msp-initiative/

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    • @logixmedia said:
      @nqservices look at the requirements to become a MSP

      https://cloud.google.com/partners/msp-initiative/

      Haha, those requirements are way more effort than getting 100 GSuite email clients. 12 certifications? Joint business plan? Ha, no.

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