Download, sign in, and import

1. Download and install GSSMO

G Suite Sync for Microsoft Outlook

This article is for G Suite users. To begin administering GSSMO, see GSSMO Admin Help.

Installing G Suite Sync for Microsoft Outlook (GSSMO) also installs G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook (GSMMO), which lets you migrate your Outlook data to your new Google Account. We recommend using this migration tool if you want to stop using Outlook.

Before you begin

  • If you haven't already, sign in to your Google Account to accept Google's Terms and Conditions.
  • Make sure that you install GSSMO on the computer where you use Outlook. 
  • Before you install GSSMO, make sure that the program is not running.

Option 1: I'm downloading and installing GSSMO myself

  1. Review these system requirements for your computer.

    Before continuing with the installation, install any updates to your version of Outlook or Windows.

  2. Go to the GSSMO download page.
  3. Click Download GSSMO.
  4. Open the installer and follow the instructions to install GSSMO.

Next step

Sign in to your Google Account

Option 2: My admin downloaded GSSMO to my computer

Install GSSMO based on your version of Windows:

  • Windows 7 and up—From the Start menu, click Microsoft System Centerand thenSoftware Centerand thenApplicationsand thenG Suite Syncand thenInstall.

    For more information on Software Center, consult your Microsoft documentation.

  • Earlier versions of Windows—In Control Panel, click Run Advertised Programsand thenG Suite Syncand thenRun.

Next step

Create a G Suite profile to import your data.

Option 3: My admin installed GSSMO

From the Start menu, click Set up a G Suite Sync user.

Next step

Create a G Suite profile to import your data.

Related topics

About G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook

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