Kernel G Suite to Office 365 conducts a safe migration from G Suite to Office 365 in a few steps with a proper mapping between the respective mailboxes. It can migrate single, as well as multiple mailboxes, from G Suite to Office 365. We are providing the step-by-step procedure for performing G Suite to Office 365 migration.
For the single mailbox migration, the tool asks for the user’s G Suite account, its service account, and the public P 12 key. At the destination Office 365, the tool asks for the user email address and its password.
Start the Kernel G Suite to Office 365 software and click the Add button in the source section.
Provide the G Suite details like login email ID, Service Account ID, and P 12 key’s file path. Then chose the first option Single Mailbox. Click the Add button.
The G Suite account is added as the source. Now, in the destination section, click the Add button.
Provide the login details of the Office 365 account by inputting the email address and the password. Then choose the first option of Single Mailbox and click Add.
Note: If you choose Modern Authentication, you need to input Tenant ID, Client ID, and Client Server from Azure Portal. You can use the instructions given in the adjacent section. Click Add.
Now you can map the source mailbox with the destination mailbox.
Click Set Filter and Migrate.
Choose between mailbox, archive mailbox, and public folder.
The Filter Selection page provides an ample number of filters that you can choose to filter the content of the G Suite mailbox. You can apply date filter or item type filter, save whole data into a single folder with hierarchy, skip previously migrated items, and migrate to Office 365 group. Click I am OK, Start Migration.
The whole data has been migrated to Office 365 mailbox from the G Suite mailbox. Click OK.
You can save the report in the CSV file. Click OK.
The process to migrate the multiple mailboxes is similar to that for single mailbox migration. But it requires the Super Administrator credentials of G Suite and the Administrator account of Office 365 to access multiple mailboxes. Start the process below:
In the source section of the software, click the Add button.
Input the details of the G Suite Super Administrator account. Then choose the second option, List all mailboxes using above credentials. Then click Get User Mailboxes.
Choose the required mailboxes from the G Suite list. Then click the Add button.
In the destination section, click the Add button. Choose between Basic and Modern Authentication for login. Click OK.
Input account details of the Office 365 Global Administrator. Then choose the second option List all mailboxes using above credentials. Click the button Get User Mailboxes.
Choose the required mailboxes from the list and click the Add button.
Note: After choosing Modern Authentication, you can go to Azure Portal and input Tenant ID, Client ID, and Client Secret Key value. Then, choose the second option to enlist all mailboxes using the given credentials. Choose the important accounts and click Add.
In the Destination Account list, choose a suitable destination account against the G Suite mailboxes.
After mapping the source and destination mailboxes, click Set Filter and Migrate.
In the Migration Type Section page, you can choose the mailbox, archive mailbox, or public folder. Then click the Migrate button.
Apply the required filters for the migration. Then click I am OK, Start Migration.
The G Suite mailboxes have migrated to the Office 365 mailbox folders. Click OK.
Save the complete report in CSV format. Click OK.