I bought Office 365 Home because I was using Dropbox and I wanted to switch to OneDrive because it was cheaper.

I used my hotmail account to sign up for it.

Now, I have two g-suite accounts for my e-mail, with two addresses, x@example.com and y@example2.com

I was wondering if it was possible to migrate them into my office365 so that I can use outlook.com instead of gmail.com

Unfortunately it seems extremely hard to find out exactly what office 365 does and if it supports this, or how I would even go about doing it.

I wonder if anyone can shed some light on it? If I can migrate my email as well, I can stop paying for g-suite. The only part of g-suite I actually use, is the e-mail.


Office 365 home?
That doesn't include email accounts. But, you can create free @outlook.com email accounts.

If you want @example.com, where example.com is your own domain, you'll need to move the one of the business tiers for that, the lowest being O365 business premium.


If you move your email accounts to Office 365, you'd be able to cancel g-suite.
Microsoft does offer an article on doing this, which is here:


  • Thanks, I kept seeing references to having your own e-mail but I didn't realise it was business only.
    – NibblyPig
    Mar 5 '20 at 9:33

Essjae is right, you can convert your g-suite account for outlook account.

You can't convert these accounts directly, all you need to do is create a free outlook account for each account and convert them one by one.

Each account must also have an office license.

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