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Google’s cloud-based email service has been available to Germans over for seven years, but they are just now getting the official Gmail domain.
businessperson previously held the domain, which forced Google to provide “googlemail.de” addresses to users in Germany. However, according to a recent story by The Financial Times(translated), the Gmail trademark and domain were effectively transferred to Google earlier this month.
There are no further details regarding the settlement.
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