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nicolemartinnicolemartin Posts: 1 Junior Member

I have 3-4 unwanted Gmail accounts, and now I suppose ton deactivate 2 of them, but due to having important documents there, I want to get backup of them. So, please if anyone has the solution of my problem, please share.

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  • carla123methewcarla123methew Posts: 5 Junior Member

    Gmail Backup tool is designed to work on all Windows Operating systems and is suitable for all its versions. Both windows 32 and 64bit. Are completely supported by the application. This tool supports maintaining the email formatting properties and folder structure during the backup process. So that user can view, and easy to understand the Gmail folders/labels. Gmail Backup Tool easily backup your mailbox data and support to save your data in multiple formats like PST, EML, MSG, and MBOX.
    Visit here:- https://www.spikevare.com/take-gmail-email-backup/

  • kaydenfoxkaydenfox Posts: 61 Member

    If you want the best tool to backup your Gmail account, now download the Toolscruch Mac Gmail Backup tool. This tool easily converts the Gmail database to PST, MBOX, EML, MSG, and EMLX. Mac Gmail Backup tool can easily maintain email folders to restoring CC, BCC, To, From and attachments. This software supports Mac OS versions like 10.10, 10.11, 10.12, 10.13, 10.14. 

  • taylorevanstaylorevans Posts: 6 Junior Member

    You seat practice this free backup Office 365 to PST tool, the software command helps you to connect with the user’s summary. Here is a complete answer to exile your office 365 data to Outlook.

    Visit here:- http://www.office365.topstconverter.com/

  • samKsamK Posts: 51 Member

    Log into your Gmail account at myaccount.google.com.
    In the personal info & privacy section, click control your content.
    Then, in the download or transfer your content section, locate download your data, then click create archive.
    This will open a new page that presents you with dozens of Google tools that have data you can download, and because you only want your Gmail data, click select none at the top of the column.
    Next scroll down and select just the option for mail.
    Finally, you'll be given various archive options, as well as a delivery mechanism. Choose how you want to save and receive, and you'll get a link from Google that works for up to one week with instructions on how to download your archive.

  • jasonglaspyjasonglaspy Posts: 22 Junior Member

    Yes you can easily create backup of your gmail account to your local hard drive with this Softaken Gmail Backup Software. in this process you need to install any email client to your desktop and let them sync with your email server, or if you don't want to install any client so in this case you need to use google free service google take out which little difficult and time taking process here is an another way to download backup is to use any third party tool try this if you want to save your whole backup in your local drive securely.

  • aakshitr1aakshitr1 Posts: 80 Member

    Hey!

    If you require to get a backup of your Gmail Account then I would like to recommend you use the Gmail Backup Tool which will help you in taking a backup of your account mailbox, contacts, calendar, etc.

  • TravisTravis Posts: 1 Junior Member

    Backup of G-mail account gets better with the help of Mail Backup X converter tool. It's a high speed backup tool which with backing up of files also allows you to backup your snapshots automatically and manually. It avoids any awkward situation in the future while backing up critical emails

  • Rohits1208Rohits1208 Posts: 105 Senior Member

    Follow these steps to backup Gmail Email:-

    • Download and run Cigati Gmail Backup Tool.
    • Now, enter the Gmail Login ID & Third-party password, then click the next button.
    • After, choose the file format in which you want to save the file.
    • Lastly, click on the Convert button.
  • caleb_cruzecaleb_cruze Posts: 19 Junior Member

    Try this:

    1. Log into your Gmail account at myaccount.google.com.
    2. In the personal info & privacy section, click control your content.
    3. Then, in the download or transfer your content section, locate download your data, then click create an archive.
    4. This will open a new page that presents you with dozens of Google tools that have data you can download, and because you only want your Gmail data, click select none at the top of the column.
    5. Next, scroll down and select just the option for mail.
    6. Finally, you'll be given various archive options, as well as a delivery mechanism. Choose how you want to save and receive, and you'll get a link from Google that works for up to one week with instructions on how to download your archive.

    Regards,
    Caleb

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