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    One source to find out related blocked domains are your stats:

    Another easier way may be to see your DNS queries in real-time when you surf:

    nslookup can only help to find out aliases in this context.  But you don't need to whitelist aliases in every case.

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    Alexander Harrison


    As you've stated in your question, Google relies on many domains which are used across all of its services. The best place to check to see which Google domains may be blocking your ability to log in to Google (note, google sign in is universal across all Google services), please check your logs at for possibly pertinent domains to block. Blocking all of Google but allowing logins to specific services is very challenging given Google's cross-site integration. 

    If you are a business user, please note that Enterprise accounts grant you the ability to bypass block page, thereby allowing certain departments to access Blogger as necessary. 

    If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to respond to this message.

    Best regards,

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