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".
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.
The only way I found to do it is by writing a script on my own. It will time out, and then you will need to restart the script. I wrote it so that it won't be a problem to restart the script.
Copy this into Google Apps script (script.google.com), doesn't matter on which account.
Click on the source folder, click Share, and then advanced. Copy the link's key ...
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 ...
I was in a similar situation where I had an account in regular firstname.lastname@example.org 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 "email@example.com". Then I installed Google Drive ...
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
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:
Hm seems you cannot use it in outloo.
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In my experience, when I needed to move my Gmail, Drive, Contacts, and other apps data, I ended up using g-transfer. It was a way better option than Google Takeout (as you said, there are even more problems with Takeout now--and g-transfer seems to have gotten it right so far).
The only problem is that if you have linked stuff to your Google Play store or ...
The migration panel is built to retrieve all emails from inboxes on other platforms, you don't state if your source is outside Google Apps and I haven't heard from someone using the tool inside Google itself, so I can't be sure of the answer if that is your case.
Nevertheless, that tool works making a POP or IMAP connection to any common email ...
It copies the mail. You can stop and resume the process, and migrate again to recover any mail received while the process was active; it won't duplicate existing mail. You can also set the starting date from which the mail will be migrated.
There are 3 scenarios:
If your docs are simple (without vectorial graphics) you can just export them as docx/odt and re-import the docs. Then right-click each imported doc and select "open with Google Docs" to make them editable again.
If your docs contain vectorial graphics that you want to keep editable, and if the target account is in the same domain (eg....
Was your original Google account created with a gmail address (eg firstname.lastname@example.org)? If so, then I don't believe that there is one solution for this. Instead, you need to transfer ownership of the artifacts created by each individual service to the new account. This is more than just taking a copy of the data and making it available to the 2nd ...
Gmail can certainly replace your current email provider. Your users get their own mailboxes within Google's infrastructure, so you can retire your Exchange service.
The recommended way of migrating from Exchange to Google Apps for Business involve:
Set up the user accounts you need in Google Apps for Business
Set up forwarding from your Exchange server to ...
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 ...
I was able to successfully migrate the data using a commercial product called Transend. What I learned during the process is that Google throttles this type of transfer and for a large upload, one will eventually stop being able to remain connected to Gmail. It will simply timeout and disconnect. The trick here is to do this in batches... do a bunch of ...
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 ...
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:
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