Thanks for your prompt reply!
Please doublecheck if I got it right:
If I want to let my app get access to the contacts of a Google apps
user, I have to sign in with the Google apps domain account not with a
Google account, right?
To let the user login with the app domain account I have to restrict
my app to this domain, right?
I already tried to use Google accounts and it works fine, but I can
only get access to the Google contacts, not to the apps domain
So the only way to get access to domain specific contacts and shared
contacts is to deploy the app using the Google account of the owner of
the domain, correct?
Everything works fine for me at my domain but to let other domains
subscribe to my service they have to create an app engine account and
deploy it to their service, right?
The only option to get easy subscription plus access to Google apps
domain specific data (shared contacts, contacts etc.) is to use
ClientLogin and store the passwords of the Google app users in my
Just want to get it right.
Thanks again for your help!! Very much appreciated.
On Jul 28, 6:06 pm, "Nick Johnson (Google)" <nick.john...@google.com
> On Tue, Jul 28, 2009 at 5:03 PM, dflorey <daniel.flo...@gmail.com
> > I still don't get it.
> > I've purchased another domain to check how another Google apps admin
> > can add my service.
> > When creating my app on appengine I have to specify the hosted domain
> > to which this app will be restricted.
> > What domain do I have to enter? Do I have to enter my own domain? Will
> > this entry be changed once another admin subscribes to my service?
> If you want this to work across multiple domains, you'll need to not specify
> an authentication domain, then require that your users have Google accounts
> (eg, go tohttps://www.google.com/accounts/NewAccountand
sign up with their