This is the complete migration strategy guide for G Suite to G Suite migrations. The following information will guide you through the process of migrating your G Suite environment, from planning to finalizing.
Let's Get Started
Set Your Communication Strategy
What is the Project's Scope?
Preparing the Source
G Suite requires the use of OAuth 2.0 for migrations. The steps to set this up are explained below for Source preparation. OAuth 2.0 OR Google API may be used for the Destination.
Preparing the Destination
Purchase and Apply UMB Licenses
Set the Endpoints
Set the Project Advanced and Support Options
The following options are the most valuable for this migration scenario:
- Under Filtering, add:
(^All Mail$|^All Mail/)
- This will filter out the All Mail label from your migration passes. It will also speed up your migration passes.
- You will remove this folder filter before performing your final migration pass. These steps are included later in this section.
- Set the Maximum concurrent migrations value.
Note: The default value is 100. For cloud to cloud migrations, this value can be set to a very high number, such as 500, because both the Source and Destination environments can handle a large number of concurrent migrations.
- Under Support/Support options, add:
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Launch the Migration
Click the bar chart icon in the MigrationWiz dashboard to receive an email containing all the project migration statistics.