G Suite Migration for Microsoft® Exchange (GSMME) is a server-side tool that migrates your company’s email, calendar and contact data from Microsoft Exchange 2000, 2003, 2007, or 2010, IMAP mail servers, PST files, Hosted Exchange accounts and from one G Suite account to another using this tool. With the tool, migrations are: scalable, server-level and non-invasive.
The tool includes Administrator migration where No end-user participation is required, Parallel migration for multiple users to speed the migration process. By default, GSMME migrates 25 users at a time, but depending on your hardware capacity, you can configure up to 200 users,
Migrate calendar resources (like meeting rooms) from Microsoft Exchange. In Exchange, the ability to migrate using your administrator credentials or profile. Using an Outlook profile helps when migrating from hosted Exchange accounts because you run the tool from outside the hosting service. It has built-in tool that estimates before running the migration how many emails, calendar events, and contacts you’ll be migrating for a set of users. This is very useful when you’re planning a migration. Pre-migration diagnostics provides check for configuration errors in connectivity and authentication as well as errors in your user list.
Before you run GSMME, you need to meet G Suite edition and configuration requirements, account requirements for your Exchange server, and Windows system requirements for your client machines and before installing you must authorize it for your domain.
To start your migration with GSMME, simply sign in to the client machine where you installed the utility and run it. When you run the utility, the migration wizard opens and prompts you for connection, authentication, and configuration information. Before you migrate your users, you should migrate your shared contacts to G Suite so that your users have immediate access to your full address list as soon as they’re migrated.
To get support you need to provide the information for a ZIP file that is outlined at the bottom of Troubleshoot an Exchange Migration using GSMME. Available support includes deployment resources, Help Center articles, deployment training and certification, and technical support.