cloudHQ can migrate all messages from one Gmail account to another—and you need nothing extra to do that. Is it the email address? Has your name changed, or that of your business? Was it a fluke and mistake? For example, you might be using one Google Apps (i.e., @acme.com) account but then you have migrated to some other account (i.e., @company.com).
cloudHQ will also ensure that all emails that are coming to your first Gmail account are replicated to your new one. This means you can use your old email address during migration without worrying about emails not reaching you.
cloudHQ will ensure that your new Gmail account is the exact replicate of your original one:
- All email labels will be preserved and replicated.
- All email dates and other metadata (such as sender, cc, etc.) will be preserved.
- All email flags (such as unread, important, etc.) will be preserved.
- Migration is continuous. You can use both email accounts, and cloudHQ will ensure that all new emails from your old Gmail accounts are automatically replicated in your new one.
The migration setup is as simple as creating a sync pair from one Gmail to another:
Gmail (firstname.lastname@example.org) -> Gmail (email@example.com)
Here are short instructions for how to set up migration from one Gmail account to another.
- Start the synchronization wizard to sync two cloud accounts.
- Click the Gmail icon:
- Select an already-configured Gmail accounts. If do not have an account configured, enter the email address of your Gmail account and click “Add Gmail.”
- If you click “Add Gmail,” you will be forwarded to authorize cloudHQ to access your Gmail account.
- Select “Backup or migration of all Gmail emails,” then click “Next Step”:
- Since we are doing Gmail to Gmail migration, click the Gmail icon:
- Select an already-configured Gmail account. If do not have a new Gmail account configured in cloudHQ, enter the email address of your second Gmail account and click “Add Gmail”:
- Start the sync.
- Here is How to Monitor Status of Sync
- You will receive an email to confirm the success of the initial migration.