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Archiving suspended, inactive, or ex-employee G Suite Accounts using ShuttleCloud

Back up suspended, inactive, or ex-employee accounts in G Suite

The ShuttleCloud Migration Portal allows a G Suite admin to back up email for suspended, inactive, or ex-employee accounts to one of two options:

1. A consumer @gmail.com address (in step 1 select My Domain and in step 2 Gmail):

2. Another GSuite account in your domain (in step 1 select My Domain and in step 2 My Domain):

***NOTE*** We recommend creating an archive G Suite Account if you’re using G Suite as the back up alternative.

To install our tool and get up and running follow the steps in these articles:

How to install: https://support.shuttlecloud.com/article/362-how-to-install-the-shuttlecloud-migration-app

How to migrate email: https://support.shuttlecloud.com/article/352-starting-an-email-migration

Need help backing up contacts and file data, email us at support@shuttlecloud.com.

Migrate Email from G Suite to G Suite

Migrating emails from one G Suite account to another made easy!

First, install the ShuttleCloud Migration Tool in your G Suite domain: https://support.shuttlecloud.com/article/362-how-to-install-the-shuttlecloud-migration-app

Second, visit https://gsuite.shuttlecloud.com. Follow the easy on-screen steps, and you will be up and running in no time. In  Step 1 select Supported Providers and input your old G Suite email information.

Here’s a screenshot of your finalized steps:

***NOTE*** G Suite Admins can use our service to archive email from a suspended, inactive, or ex-employee G Suite account into a backup G Suite email address or a consumer @gmail.com email address. (https://blog.shuttlecloud.com/archiving-suspended-inactive-or-ex-employee-g-suite-accounts-using-shuttlecloud/)

Hopefully, this article has been helpful to you, but don’t feel shy if you need a little more guidance. Reach us at support@shuttlecloud.com.