I have an admin console for a website in Google. I wanted to configure new users to have access to Gmail under my domain. I added the user in admin console and found that I could send emails from the new account but could not receive mails, where I was getting a 550 virtual mailbox not found error on the sender's side.
Thinking it had to do something with my mail server, I logged into OpenHost, which rests the email service provision and added the same email. Now if I send an email, I don't get any error nor do I receive any email.
On further lookup, I found that we would need to configure the server to forward mails to the Gmail client. I was advised to add MX records of Gmail onto the mail server. I added them from the Open Host console. Now, I come to find that there exists MX records with a site called webhost, which doesn't ring a bell to me. I don't have any association with the guy who set me the server two years ago. I am advised that it may take 48 hours for the MX records to be properly configured and for the mail to be setup properly. I am not sure if I have done the steps correctly. Also, I am still worried about the fact that I would need to add the user in GSuite and Open Host each time I would like to add another user. Is there any way to directly just use GSuite to add users and receive mails with relatively lesser effort?