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Deleting Your Google Apps Account Will Not Fix Your Problems

A few Blogger blog owners, trying to resolve their custom domain publishing problem, may see Google Apps mentioned in the diagnosis procedures, and try the brute force way out - deleting the Apps account. Unfortunately, the Google Apps desktop, when (only when) it provides administrative domain control, simply gives the domain administrator the ability to recycle the domain settings.

The Google Apps desktop account does not contain any powers, or cause any problems, on its own.

There are no settings embedded in the Apps desktop account, that get reset when the Apps account is deleted. If you delete your Apps account, while you are in the process of diagnosing or resolving a custom domain publishing problem, you're going to have to go back and setup the account, again.

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