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Easiest way is to set up an account and have all other incoming and outgoing mail forwarded to it. When you login to that account there is a copy of all emails and you can use the search functions to find emails that you require. :)


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Important shortcut, when you're in the compose dialog and want to send your message: Tab and then Enter


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Migrator for Google Apps may just solve your problem. However after the first free migration, it costs $15/migration. https://www.migrationapp.com/ Migrator's overview and FAQ can be found at: https://migrationapp.zendesk.com/hc/en-us


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The following GMail backup/restore utility was recently modified to be able to deal with a Google Takeout file to restore messages to an account. It's the best option available I think. https://github.com/jay0lee/got-your-back/wiki - free Gmail backup/restore utility, currently command-line only


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GYB can import .mbox files to Gmail. gyn --email you@gmail.com --action restore-mbox your.mbox


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Looks like this isn't an option anymore: http://googlesystem.blogspot.tw/2014/08/external-addresses-no-longer-use-gmail.html


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Not directly. You'll want to use a third-party email client that can import mbox files as well as connect to Gmail via IMAP. Thunderbird, with the ImportExportTools extension, looks like it would suit. Once you import the mbox files and connect your Gmail via IMAP, it then should be as simple as dragging-and-dropping between the accounts.



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