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The public G Suite Domain Contact page for your organization will be removed with no replacement.

[Action Required] Remove internal links to the G Suite Domain Contact page for your organization

Abhishek Mishra

Certified Google Cloud Partner

“Google is not providing a redirection link for the G Suite Domain Contact page. (www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact) steps to take further action” 

Some users may have received an email informing them of the G Suite Domain Contact page deprecation.

On August 31, 2020, the public G Suite Domain Contact page for your organization will be removed with no replacement.

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The Domain Contact page can be found at http://www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact (replace <domain-name> with your domain) and can be configured to show a custom support message. The custom support message can be set by administrators in Admin Console > Account Settings > Profile (https://admin.google.com/ac/accountsettings/profile ). The Domain Contact page can then be linked in documentation to direct users to your organization’s own support channels or help desk information.

The Domain Contact Page URL is being deprecated on 31st August 2020. This means that visiting the page http://www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact will result in a 404 “Page Not found” Error.

If your organization does not use the Domain Contact page, then you don’t need to do anything.

If your organization uses the Domain Contact page (i.e. have set up a custom support message and references the Domain Contact page in your internal documentation), then you may wish to remove any links from any documents, websites, scripts, or applications that references it, otherwise users will see a 404 error if they visit the page.

To instruct your users to find and remove the Domain Contact page link within your organization’s internal documents, websites, scripts, or applications, you will need to provide your users with the <domain-name> for your organization and can send them the following instructions:

  • To remove the Domain Contact link, follow the steps below:
    1. Open your internal documents, websites, scripts, or applications.
    2. Search for any links that reference http://www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact (with your domain name replacing the text <domain-name>)
    3. Remove each link. If needed, replace the link with an alternative document or website.
    4. Save your document, website, script, or application.

Google is not providing a redirection link for the G Suite Domain Contact page. This will result in a 404 “Page Not Found” error when users attempt to use documents, websites, scripts or applications that rely on the link.

If you have subscribed G Suite form Aistech Solution and required, will be informed personally and necessary assistance will be /would have been provided. Write an email to us if any further assistance is required.

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My immediate action:

Open this link in new window- https://admin.google.com/ac/accountsettings/profile

Login with G Suite Admin User Credentials.

Scroll-down to Support message (Information about contacting your support team is given)

If a massage contains any link similar to www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact

Contact your IT Administrator /Developer/Appmaker.

If your organization does not use the page www.google.com/a/<domain-name>/DomainContact then you do not need to take any action!

If the above link is not being used within my documents, websites, scripts, or applications.

I need not to worry and need not to take any further action at all.

Important Note:- Here my domain is signing.digital and I have to check the link

https://www.google.com/a/signing.digital/DomainContact

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