In our previous post entitled “How to Backup your Gmail emails using Default Windows mail Application” we discussed how to backup your Gmail emails and by the way that method was also suitable for backing up any other email “e.g. Yahoo, Outlook, etc.”, the problem with that method was that it was extremely tedious, time consuming and it’s suitable for backing up only the emails, not the docs in Google drive and all of the other goodies connected to your Google account.
Do you want to migrate from one Gmail address to another Gmail address, or even migrate from Gmail altogether to outlook for example? Or do you want to backup all of the emails on your Gmail and save them locally for a local backup or as you’re travelling to a remote location and you won’t have access to the internet? If so then you’ve come to the right place as this post will present a step by step guide on how to do exactly that using the default mail application on Microsoft Windows.