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G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook Tool – How To Download & Use It

Published By Ashwani Tiwari
Tej Pratap Shukla
Approved By Tej Pratap Shukla
Published On March 7th, 2022
Reading Time 5 Minutes Reading

Is your business domain setup on the Microsoft Outlook? And want to Switch from Outlook to G Suite? If you are nodding at this questions, then have an eye on this article and get the solution of your problem. Here, we describe how to use G Suite migration for Microsoft Outlook tool (GSMMO) and import all Outlook data into G Suite while migrating the email client.

Microsoft Outlook is one of the most reliable and widely used application by many organizations. Also, its email, calendar, and contact management systems provide a smooth experience. One of the drawbacks associated with Outlook is it does not provide much space in the initial phase. But provides the potential to increase space.

On the other hand, G Suite is another similar email client with an advantage over Outlook in storage space which provides users Unlimited Storage in Business edition and in Enterprise editions. Originally, G Suite is Google’s suite of intelligent apps which are more than just Gmail. There is a variety of apps that come in the G Suite like Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Docs, Sheets, Contacts, Keep, Chats, etc. Because of it’s features many Microsoft Outlook users are switching into G Suite.

Next question arises, what will happen to Outlook data when you switch to G Suite?

Now you might think that if you moved to G Suite you will not be able to access all your previous mails, contacts etc. stored in Outlook.

Let me tell you that it is not a problem at all. You can now easily backup your Outlook data to your G Suite account using the G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook (GSMMO) application, which is a Windows based utility.

Note: GSMMO tool is not meant for Mac Operating System.

So, Let’s get started!!

What is G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook (GSMMO) Tool?

GSMMO was earlier known as Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Outlook (GAMMO). It is a very helpful application that helps you to migrate your Mail, Calendar events, Contacts into G Suite account from PST file of Outlook 2019 / 2016 / 2013 / 2010 / 2007 / 2003. To download this utility, you just need to fulfill the below mentioned prerequisite on your Windows platform.

System must have any of the application in order to work with GSMMO.

  • Microsoft Outlook 2019 (32 and 64 bit)
  • Microsoft Outlook 2016 (32 and 64 bit)
  • Microsoft Outlook 2013 (32 and 64 bit)
  • Microsoft Outlook 2010 (32 and 64 bit)
  • Microsoft Outlook 2007 SP2
  • Microsoft Outlook 2003 SP3

GSMMO comes with (G Suite Sync for Microsoft Outlook) GSSMO tool. So make sure to use the migration tool and not the sync tool.

How to Use G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook Tool to Import PST Files?

Follow the below instructions to migrate PST files content into G Suite account Via. GSMMO utility.

Step 1: Open GSMMO and setup the Gmail account.

Step 2: Now you are redirected to the login page to validate your login credentials.

Step 3: Choose the PST File that you desire to access into your G Suite Gmail Account and then proceed to the next step.

Step 4: Now the process gets start and the on-going progress report will be displayed on the next screen.

Step 5: After the completion of process, you can login to your G Suite account and verify the imported file.

But, Sometimes, G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook Tool Not Working?

Although the GSMMO application helps a lot in transferring the PST File from Outlook to G Suite account, but there is a pre-requisite condition, i.e., Active Microsoft Outlook Application must be installed in the system. Without this, G Suite Migration for Microsoft shows an error.


What about users whose Outlook version has expired or don’t have the purchased Windows Outlook anymore?
Don’t Worry!! Here is the Solution.

How to Migrate Outlook Data When G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook Tool Get failed?

There is one more way to transfer Outlook PST Files to your G Suite account. You can use PCVITA Outlook to Gmail Migration Software. This software is quite pocket-friendly and provides many additional features. Like, it can easily transfer Secured, ANSI/UNICODE, Network PST files with ease.

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How the tool works:

Step 1: After activating the tool, select ‘Outlook’ & ‘G Suite’ as source and destination respectively.

select g suite

Step 2: Select the data items that you want to move and apply filters if necessary.

select mail category

Step 3: Browse the location of all the PST files that you wish to import into G Suite.

browse all pst files

Step 4: Enter and validate permissions for G Suite account.

validate g suite permissions

Step 5: Import user list in which you want to move the Outlook data.

set list of user accounts

Step 6: Finally, click on Start Restore button to start the process.

start restore process

You can verify the output emails in G Suite Account as shown below. Adding to it, you can also view the imported Contacts and Calendars in the corresponding categories.

User Review

It was quite urgent for me to export several Outlook data files stored on system storage. I was facing problems with G Suite migration for Microsoft Outlook tool, as it was getting failed every time. Then after a few manual attempts, I got to know about the above mentioned tool. This tool solved my problems and successfully moved all my data files safely.

About the Article

This article reflects how to read PST files in Gmail or G Suite account using GSMMO – G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook tool. It lets users transfer their own Calendar, Contact, and email data from local PST files. Further, the article deliberates the use of an automated tool to migrate your Microsoft Outlook PST files over to your G Suite account. This tool can be used in case, you don’t have a purchased version of the Outlook email client. The tool also has some additional features which are briefly discussed in the article.