Once we have terminated the relationship with G Suite on June 30, the super admin of the G Suite account will receive an email from Google to initiate the transition over to their billing system.
Setting up a super admin
All G Suite accounts registered through Enom have a super admin email address associated with them. Once Enom switches the G Suite account over to Google directly, an email is sent to the super administrator for the account, requesting that they verify the domain name.
In some cases, this super admin email may be out of date, or it may make sense to add an additional super admin. It is best to be sure this information is up to date before June 30.
Note: Non-admin users will receive an error screen when trying to log in if the account has not been verified. Once the super admin verifies the domain, they will be able to log in without issue.
Verifying the domain
Once you have ensured your super admin has been set, an email will be sent to that super admin with the steps required to verify the domain.
- To initiate the process, select Sign in from the email sent to the super admin.
- Once logged in, select Click here to start the Admin Console set up.
- This brings you to the verification page with a video outlining the process. Click Next to continue.
- A popup will appear, click Begin verification.
- Under the recommended method tab, you will select your provider. Choose Enom or EnomCentral.
- You can verify your domain via TXT record, follow the steps to update your Host records. Once the record has been added, click Verify.
Note: If you would prefer to take the CNAME route, those steps are also on this page.
- After your domain has been verified, you will receive a setup billing popup upon your next login.