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There is no easy way to do this. Email is the hardest part. This is the guide I followed: http://base6.com/2009/06/15/migrating-from-gmail-to-google-apps/ Exact Steps I followed: Documents (Not in the guide): Share all of your existing documents with full privileges with your new apps account. Email (From the comments on the guide): In your Gmail ...


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This is very easy to do for email at least. Just upgrade your Google Apps domain to Premier edition temporarily (you can get a 30-day free trial upgrade from a link available on your Google Apps dashboard). You'll have full access to the Gmail migration tool, which is excellent.


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Google has a page called Managing and using Google products: Transferring product data which will probably contain the most up-to-date information. Currently they have guides on how to transfer data from the following services: AdWords Blogger Bookmarks Contacts FeedBurner iGoogle Maps: Saved Locations Reader YouTube ... and how to share data with the ...


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Have you looked at Cyberduck? It is available for both Mac and Windows and it allows you to bulk download all of your docs from Google Docs. After that, all you have to do is bulk upload them to your new account. version 4.2.1 in changelog: http://cyberduck.ch/changelog/


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Put every thing into one folder, right click that folder, press share, then add the person you want as the owner. After sharing it with them press the little tab beside their name and click "Is Owner".


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To transfer ownership of all documents from one user to another: Sign in to the Google Admin panel. Click the Settings tab, and then click Drive and Docs in the left column. Click the Tools tab and complete the Document ownership transfer section: In the From field, enter the user name of the current owner and select the user’s domain. ...


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It is not currently possible to merge Google accounts, but it can be done on a per product basis. Otherwise, you will need to find workarounds that are not official Google protocol.


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I've used the following tool for downloading the content of a Gmail / Google Apps mail account and restoring the emails to another account and found it works well. Gmail Backup


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With your old account, go to the Feedburner dashboard, click on a feed. Unde the feed's title, you will find a "Transfer feed..." link.


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Check out Zoho sheet: http://sheet.zoho.com/vbaobjectexplorer.do and http://vbmacros.wiki.zoho.com/ I haven't experimented with it but they claim some VBA support. Looks interesting.


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I just went through this transition. Some stuff is really easy to do - others are hard. Google provides info on how to move things across at their Help Centre, with a list of what can be migrated and how: Data Transfer You can transfer information from one account to another for the following products. For any other product, transferring ...


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This isn't ideal but it appears that you have already exhausted the solutions that can be found within Google Groups: What about bulk download and bulk upload of files? This article explains how to bulk download all your Google Documents and this one explains how to batch upload Google Documents As I said it's not ideal but this rather important feature ...


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GMail has recently updated the import settings when pulling from another account to include contacts and mail messages. The steps provided by Google GMail Help are found here: http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=117173 This may not be as complete a solution as scoopdreams provides but is an option for basic migration.


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In order to move my files from my school account to my personal Google account, I first share the folders to my personal account, then select all of the files and 'Make a Copy' from the 'More actions' tab. I then log into my personal account and move the copies into a folder on that account. I can then remove the ownership from the original account and ...


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I used Thunderbird to fetch the emails from my Gmail account. Then I added my Google Apps account in Thunderbird and drag-and-dropped the emails from my first account into my Google Apps account.


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I haven't tried this, but worth a short. Head over to POP/Forwarding settings from your previous Gmail account. Select "Enable POP for all mail" Now, add your previous Gmail account to your Google Apps mail account from your Google Apps settings. This will setup emails to be fetched periodically from your old account. This should also import all your ...


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OK, here's what I did eventually: installed Windows Live Mail configured my Gmail account using IMAP configured my Outlook.com account using the Hotmail protocol (whatever it is) dragged my messages from the Gmail folders to the Outlook.com folders let it run the whole night I now have all my Gmail messages on Outlook.com


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A simple solution would be setup imapsync: We use it here for big migrations, assuming you are migrating from gmail I can bet you have a huge amount of data. Here is a tutorial of how to use it: http://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-migrate-mailboxes-between-imap-servers-with-imapsync Hm seems you cannot use it in outloo. Failure stories reported with the ...


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I don't believe it's currently possible to transfer Picasa-web contents: your only option would be to use Takeout to download the contents, and then re-upload them. This would, of course, change the URLs of all your photos.


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IMAP Tools Light for Python3 Users attempting to move/copy/migrate IMAP email accounts might find my python script useful. It is open source and I tried to make it easy to use - also for people who don't use commandline tools very often, as the tools commonly available require quite a bit of configuration and tweaking. Example of simple 1-line command to ...


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The closest you can get to achieving such a result is by following these steps: Go to https://account.live.com and sign in using the account user@oldDomain.com. On the left menu, click on Overview > Account aliases. Once there, and assuming you see both user@oldDomain.com and user@newDomain.com, you can do make user@newDomain.com the primary alias and ...


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Actual Answer: No. Close but slightly off answer: The closest thing to merging accounts at this time is linking multiple accounts. There is a nice article linked below, but the basic steps are: Navigate to google.com/accounts and sign in with what you want to be your primary account Personal Settings -> Multiple Sign-In -> save At the top where your ...


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The bottom line is, no, there is not. Unlike Blogger, which has a way to write posts externally, Google+ does not have any such public system, and Google appears to have not wanted to support such a thing to migrate posts at this time. Make sure you use the Send feedback system to make sure they are aware of your displeasure with this situation and urge ...


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Use IMAPsync. It's exactly what you're looking for. I successfully used it a few years ago. I don't know for sure about the special characters issue, since I don't have any labels with special characters, but the other issues you brought up work flawlessly. I ran IMAPsync on an underpowered GUI-less virtual server that the company I was leaving was ...


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I was in a similar situation where I had an account in regular my_name@gmail.com and bought an account in Google Apps to have a new account in the new domain. I successfully moved Ownership from my old account to the new one. First of all I gave Editor permissions to all my files to the my new account "my_name@example.com". Then I installed Google Drive ...


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You would have to export and then import it into Firefox. Then, use the Google Firefox toolbar to sync it to another Google account. It's a round about way, but that's what's recommended. If you don't want to meddle with your existing bookmarks on Firefox, you might want to import them into a new Firefox profile created for this purpose.


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Here's a tip about filters in Gmail. I'm migrating Gmail -> Apps using POP and found it pretty inconvenient when all (auto-)labels were gone. As many Gmail users do, I use filters which automatically labels incoming email. Now: Google Labs to the rescue! I enabled this on both my accounts: "Filter import/export by Luke B, Slava C, and the Data Liberation ...


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There are no general rules for doing this. It is all in the hands of the blog platform developers, blog platform supporters or in yours. For example, if your target blog is Wordpress, you can take a look to this page: Wordpress » Importing Content. For this reason is really important choose carefully the platform where you plan to initiate a new ...



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