Disclaimer: If you have a Google Workspace account with Rocketspark please refer to this guide: How to Set-Up a Google Workspace Account/Email Through Rocketspark
If you have a webmail email hosted on Rocketspark, please follow the below:
Option 1: Basic - Set up email forwarding
You can set up email forwarding from your Rocketspark account to a Google Apps email account. This way any emails that you receive in your Rocketspark email account will then appear in your Google Apps inbox as well. We have a guide on how best to set up email forwarding on your Rocketspark email account.
The downside to this is that if you choose to reply to any of the emails that have been forwarded, the replying address will be your Google Apps account and not your Rocketspark email address.
Option 2: Advanced - Create new Google Apps accounts
To set up Google Apps email accounts for your domain name. As this is a separate email platform you would need to cancel your Rocketspark email accounts and set up new Google ones. To set up Google email accounts you can follow the process on their website.
Once you have set up your new Google email accounts you will need to change your domains MX records to point towards Google instead of Rocketspark. If you are self-managing your domain we have a number of guides for popular domain providers, otherwise if your domain is hosted by Rocketspark you can change these records in your website dashboard.
If you are currently using the Basic domain name settings in your Domain Names area you will need to click Use advanced DNS settings. This way you will be able to edit your DNS records.
You will need to delete your current MX records and create new ones that point towards the Google Mail servers. Google has a number of DNS for their mail which can be found here.
Once you have made the changes to your DNS settings allow up to a day for the changes to take effect, then you will have successfully set up a Google Apps email account for your domain.