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Using the Google Developers Console in LionMail

Follow the steps below to get started using the Google Developers Console (Cloud-Plattform) with LionMail.
Please note that the Google Developer Console is for personal use only. Columbia does not have a University Google Cloud contract, so purchasing the Google Developers Console with a University P-Card is not allowed.
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1 Click on the Apps Launcher (9-field grid in the upper right corner of LionMail).

two Click the G search icon

3 Paste the following URL into the address bar: console.developers.google.com

4 Click the Sign Up for Free Trial button in the upper right corner

5 Follow the steps for the Google Disclaimer

6 Include your account type, then add your name, address, and phone number

7 Add your credit card information (you will not be charged until your free trial balance is used up) and click the Start My Free Trial button

8 You are in! Take a tour of the console or close the console and come back later by finding the console in your Google Apps Launcher or navigating to console.developers.google.com

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