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Migrate to Google Aps..

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by alifazman, Nov 25, 2010.

  1. alifazman

    alifazman Active Member

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    Hello beloved cPanel geek.

    I just wanna a suggestion/advice.I pointed my client email service to google aps.Now,is there any way to synchronize old email in the cPanel to google aps?so old email will still be at the google apps?
     
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    mtindor Well-Known Member

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    For each Google Apps user, you should be able to go into their Google account settings and set up an Import of Mail, which will allow you to configure their Google account to POP3 authenticate into the old server and pull the mail from the mailbox on the old server to the Google Apps mailbox.

    Of course, that link that rob3369 provided to imapsync looks very nice too. Very useful tool.

    mike
     
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    SageBrian Well-Known Member

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    I think the google pop3 retrieval only grabs what's in the inbox. If there a sub-folders, that email does not transfer.

    I have used imap for subfolders, setting up Thunderbird to access both the gApps account and cpanel account, then move folders manually.

    Brian
     
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