Download, install, and import

1. Download and install GSMMO

G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook

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

You can use G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook (GSMMO) to import data from a Microsoft Exchange account or PST file, by stepping through a migration wizard. You can import your email, calendar, or contact data, either all at once, or one application at a time.

Before you begin

If you haven't already, sign in to your G Suite account at least once, to accept Google's Terms and Conditions.

Install GSMMO

Use either method below to install GSMMO on the computer where you use Microsoft Outlook. Make sure the program is not running.

I'm downloading and installing GSMMO 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 GSMMO download page.
  3. Click Download GSMMO.
  4. Open the installer and follow the instructions to install GSMMO.
My administrator downloaded GSMMO to my computer

If your administrator has already prepared an installation file for you, you just need to install it.

  1. Install GSMMO based on your version of Windows:
    • Windows 7 and up—In the Start menu, click Microsoft System Center and then Software Center and then Applications tab and then G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook and then Install.

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

    • Earlier versions of Windows—In Control Panel, click Run Advertised Programs and then G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook and then Run.
  2. In the Start menu, click G Suite Migration and then G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook.

After starting the wizard, you're asked to sign in to your G Suite account...

 

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