About Your Migrated Data
Email, calendar, & contacts
Data we migrated
We migrated the following [Microsoft Outlook/Lotus Notes] data to your Google Apps account:
- All of the email in your Inbox (including subfolders) and Sent Items
- All of your calendar events
- All of your personal contacts
Data we didn’t migrate
The following [Outlook/Notes] data wasn’t migrated to your Google Apps account. In most cases, however, you can set up or restore the data in Google Apps.
|Data not migrated||Able to restore in Google Apps?|
|Calender events||Yes. You can send out new invitations for events you host, and request invitations from events you are attending.|
|Your personal contacts||Yes. You can use a Google tool to migrate your contacts.|
|Rules you set up for email||Yes. You can use email filters.|
|Your email signature||
Yes. You can recreate your signature, using options to format the text and add links and images.
Note that you can set up only one signature at this time.
|Your PST files on your desktop (email stored under Personal Folders)||Yes. You can use a Google tool to upload PST files and store them in your online email archive.|
|Your email Archive on your desktop (NSF files)||
Messages in your Drafts and Outbox folders
Gmail includes a Drafts folder, but not an Outbox. You can copy and paste the text of your messages in your Draft and Outbox folders to new messages in Gmail.
|[Your Outlook Tasks/Notes To Do List]||Yes, your Mail and Calendar windows have a Task gadget that lets you create “to do” lists. You can also drag email messages to the list for follow-up.|
|Message flags (such as Important and Follow-up)||Yes, for messages in your Inbox, you can use email labels and “stars.” However, you can’t send a flag with a message that recipients can see.|
|Public (shared) folders||No, shared folders are not available at this time.|
Yes, we can set up an account that can be shared.
Alternatively, you can:
Share your mailbox with others using the Grant access option in your Mail settings. <>
|Attachments in calendar events||Yes. You can add links to documents on the intranet or to any of your Google documents. Alternatively, you can send attachments in a separate email message to invitees.|