With Indexing Google Apps content, you can use your Google Search Appliance to search your domain's Google Apps
content. In a few clicks, you can enable your search appliance to crawl, index, and serve public Google Sites and Google
Integrated Google Apps Services
Prerequisites for Indexing Google Apps Content
What Is Public Google Apps Content?
How Is Content Counted Against the License Limit?
Google Apps Icons in Search Results
Managing Serve with Front Ends
Managing Serve with Collections
Preventing Google Apps Content from Appearing in Search Results
Biasing Google Apps Content in Search Results
Filtering Google Apps Content in Search Results
Removing Google Apps URLs from the Search Index
Creating Collections of Google Apps Content
Google Search Appliance. This document is intended for search appliance administrators who need to understand:
How the search appliance indexes Google Apps content
How to enable indexing of Google Apps content
This document also provides guidance for importing or exporting a search appliance configuration for indexing Google Apps content, as well as controlling crawl and managing serving content in a Google Apps domain. The following table lists the major sections in this document.
How to export a search appliance configuration that includes indexing Google Apps content and what happens to a search appliance when you import such a configuration
training group, including teachers, course coordinators, and courseware developers
Documents created and used by training group members, including course descriptions and courseware modules
Presentations created and used by training group members, including course presentations
Spreadsheets used by the course registrar, including class registration information and teacher schedules
Google Apps provide your organization with tools for collaborating on documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and sites. As a search appliance administrator, you can integrate your search appliance with Google Apps. This integration enables the search appliance to crawl, index, and serve results from a Google Apps domain'sp ub l ic Google Docs and Google Sites content.
To sign up for Google Apps, visit the Google Apps editions page. When you sign up for Google Apps, you select:
A domain for your organization's Google Apps
A Google Apps administrator username
A Google Apps administrator password
When a Google Search Appliance integrates with Google Apps, the search appliance crawls and serves only public
content from a Google Apps domain. Any Google Apps content that has not been published is not crawled. The following
subsections describe how to make content in Google Docs and Google Sites public.
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