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Consolidating two domains

In today's business culture, it's not uncommon for companies to merge or for one to buy another.

If you send mail through a different domain name, e.g., your mail service company, you may pull in its SPF record using the mechanism ‘include’, for example:"v=spf1 include:spf.include:spf.-all" That's it!

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Applies to: Active Directory Migration Tool 3.2 (ADMT 3.2) Restructuring Active Directory domains between forests involves relocating objects from source domains in one forest to target domains in another forest.

If you're managing multiple domains from separate Google accounts, you might instead want to manage your domains from one account.

Either way, now you’re faced with the concerns of losing website traffic if you merge the sites, or if you do it right, gaining traffic.

Over the years, the risk for traffic and ranking loss when merging sites has decreased, creating the potential for a significant traffic boost from the SEO benefits.

The first component to consolidate is a foundational part of the infrastructure: Active Directory.