How to Migrate Apple Mail to Google App/ G Suite

Apple Mail is a desktop email client which comes with operating system macOS, iOS, watchOS, etc. so that users can easily configure Apple mail client by using POP3 and IMAP to send and receive email messages. It is one of the most secured email client launched by Apple .Inc and is absolutely free of cost. But on the other side, if we talk about G Suite, it is a cloud based email client with 30 GB of storage space for home users. G Suite allows users to access the database with any platform. When users need to switch to G Suite from Apple Mail, it becomes very important for users to migrate Apple Mail to G Suite. To address these issues, we've developed an article that discusses solutions that will allow users to migrate Apple Mail to their Google Apps account.

Apple Mail versus Google Apps

Apple Mail is desktop based email client introduced by Apple .Inc and it is 100% free of cost. Whereas, G Suite is a paid cloud based email client developed by Google .Inc

Apple Mail stores email data on a local Mac computer, while Google Mail stores data in the cloud.


You must configure Apple Mail with an email account to send and receive email, and Gmail or G Suite can work directly.

An Apple Mail client can only be run on a Mac computer, while Gmail or G Suite can run on any PC, mobile phone, tablet, etc.

Reasons behind the migration of Mac Mail to G Suite

The main reason for migrating to Apple Mail to G Suite is to access desktop email on any platform. Another issue is that G Suite can be managed on a variety of devices such as mobile phones, tablets, etc., so users want to switch from Apple Mail to G Suite.

How to migrate Apple Mail to G Suite in a safer manner?

If you want to migrate your Mac Mail emails to Google App account, then first of all you need to extract your Mac Mail emails. Once you successfully extract your Mac Mail files, then it can be easily migrated to Google App account. So let’s follow these simple steps one by one:-

Open Mac Mail application

Select "Mailbox" and click on "Export Mailbox" option

Now save Mac Mail backup folder and click on "create" button

Copy the Mac Mail files and paste them into Windows computer

Once this process completes, try this Softmagnat Apple Mail to Google Apps Migration Tool. This tool is excellent software specially designed and created for Apple Mail users. Take advantage of this utility and immediately send your Apple Mail to your Gmail account. It is a Windows OS based product, which is compatible with all 32 bit and 64 bit Windows Operating System including Windows Server editions. No manual configuration or practice required.

Step by step working to migrate Apple Mail emails to Google Apps

Here, to transfer Apple Mail to Google Apps, you first need to import your EML file into Outlook PST format. Following these steps, you can easily complete this task.

Run this Softmagnat EML Importer tool on your system

Browse EML file from local system that you want to export

Now see the preview of EML file with attachments

Now export EML file into PST file format

Once you successfully import EML file into PST file format, use Softmagnat Outlook to G Suite Migration software to easily migrate this Outlook PST file into G Suite account. Now, follow these steps mentioned below.

Now run the Softmagnat Outlook to G Suite software and add converted PST file

Here enter the G Suite user ID & Password to login

Now you need to select the categories and advance options given

Finally you EML files are successfully imported to G Suite / Apple Apps

Concluding Lines

Using the above method, which we have discussed, you can easily transfer Mac Mail to Google Apps in minutes without any problems. There are no issues of data loss or file corruption in the migration process. Users can first download the trial version of this software and then act on their license keys for complete migration of your Mac Mail emails in the G Suite without any restrictions.


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