When choosing the best way to move your mail, contacts, and calendar data to your new G Suite account, consider the size and complexity of your organization and where your data is currently stored.

  • Simple import options 

    If you're an individual user or have fewer than 20 users in your organization, consider a simple import option. 

    If you and your team access email through a web browser using Gmail, Yahoo!, Hotmail, iCloud, AOL, or another POP3 service, follow these steps:


As an administrator, you need to turn on settings in the Admin console:

  1. Sign in to the Google Admin console.
  2. From the Home page, go to Apps > G Suite > Gmail > Advanced settings.
  3. In the Setup section, check the box next to User email uploads to let users see the option to import mail and contacts from webmail or POP3 accounts, such as Yahoo!, Hotmail, or AOL. 

    Tip: If you don't see this section, select your account's top-level organization under Organizations at the top of the page. This feature isn't available when a sub-organization is selected.

  4. Click Save

Once you have enabled this settings, give your users instructions below  to import their mail, contacts, and calendar events to G Suite.


Get only Old emails into Gsuite:

 

If you recently switched to Gmail, you can transfer your old emails from your other account.

  1. On your computer, open Gmail.
  2. In the top right, click Settings Settings and then Settings.
  3. Click the Accounts and import or Accounts tab.
  4. In the second section, click Import mail and contacts.
  5. Follow the steps on the screen.
  6. Click Start import.

To give you time to tell your friends about your new Gmail address, we'll forward messages sent to your other account for 30 days.



To stop importing emails

  1. On your computer, open the Gmail account you've been importing to.
  2. In the top right, click Settings Settings and then Settings.
  3. Click the Accounts and import tab.
  4. In the "Check mail from other accounts" section, click Delete next to the account you want to stop getting emails from.


If you have a large number of user, we recommend using the Data Migration Service tool on the Admin console.


Other migrations tools available are:




Migrating fromG Suite migration tool
Microsoft Exchange 2003, 2007, and 2010Data migration service
G Suite Migration for Microsoft Exchange
Microsoft Exchange 2013 and 2016Data migration service
Office 365TMData migration service
IMAP servers such as Novell Groupwise®, Courier, Dovecot, and ZimbraData migration service (if the IMAP server has a trusted SSL certificate)
G Suite Migration for Microsoft Exchange (if the IMAP server doesn't have a trusted SSL certificate)
ISPs that support IMAP, such as GoDaddy®Data migration service (if the ISP has a trusted SSL certificate)
G Suite Migration for Microsoft Exchange (if the ISP doesn't have a trusted SSL certificate)
G Suite or Gmail accountsData migration service
G Suite Migration for Microsoft Exchange
Personal storage table (PST) foldersG Suite Migration for Microsoft Exchange (if migrating company-wide PST files)
G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook (if migrating personal PST files for a small number of users)
IBM® Notes® and Domino®Recommended: G Suite Migration for IBM Notes 
Data migration service