You can also use Google Workspace Migration for Microsoft Exchange (GWMME) to migrate your Outlook data.
When using Google Workspace Migration for Microsoft Outlook (GWMMO), you might encounter error codes or messages.
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Troubleshoot error codes & messages
|Error code or message||How to troubleshoot|
|Can't determine recipient email||
Senders, recipients, or address book entries are in a non-SMTP address format and won't migrate.
Reformat the address so that it’s in firstname.lastname@example.org format.
|User has not agreed to the Gmail Terms of Service||
The user must sign in to Gmail and accept the Terms of Service before proceeding.
Usually indicates a PST file exceeds the maximum size supported by Outlook.
Consult your Microsoft documentation for information about supported PST file size.
You might see this error if:
Another process is accessing the PST file being migrated or the Outlook profile at the same time as GWMMO.
A message was skipped because it exceeds the Gmail message size limit.
If you want to move the message to your new account, you must do so manually (for example, add the file to Google Drive).
The PST file that is being migrated has an incorrect path. The path specified is a network share (\\servername\share\...) and is not valid.
Copy the PST file to the local drive (usually, C:) and migrate from there.
You might see this error if the user conducting the migration has insufficient privileges to access the PST file or GWMMO is unable to find the file.
Make sure that GWMMO has both read and write access to PST files.
GWMMO is experiencing temporary errors.
You might see this issue if the network timeout registry entries are created with a registry data type other than REG_DWORD. To check the data type:
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