is google apps standard version(free) still available?

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there are rumours that google stopped offering the standard version ,is this true ? and if is not how many account do they offer and can i receive my e-mails in my gmail coz i dont like too many e-mail adresses.
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Hi dukemailula,

If you have purchased a domain from Yola, you can setup your email addresses with the help of this tutorial: http://www.yola.com/tutorials/creatin....

Do you have links to the rumours you've seen? I'd like to see them!
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my other question was can i be able to receive e-mails from my googl apps account on my gmail
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If you remember where you saw the google news post a link.

You can easily forward your google app's email accounts mail to your gmail.

1. Sign into your google apps mail account.

2. Click 'settings'

3. Choose 'Forwarding and POP/IMAP'

4. Choose foward a copy to .... your email.

Lee.

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thanks, it explains at the bottom of the page that google had a change around and forgot to link the standard apps correctly - dont worry its not going anywhere. (i hope) :) Lee.
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My heart stopped for a second! dukemailula - they say on the post: "Update: A Google spokesperson says, “In experimenting with a number of different landing page layouts, the link to Standard Edition was inadvertently dropped from one of the variations. We are in the process of restoring it and you should see it soon. We have no intention of eliminating Google Apps Standard Edition, and are sorry for the confusion.”"