The following things needs to be checked in the Google Admin Panel, if the customer intends to prepare the domains for migration.

Note: The following things need to be checked on both the migrating domains

Step 1: Enabling API access in the domain

This can be enabled at Admin Console> Security> API Reference.

Step 2: Check the Drive App settings

This can be checked in Apps> G Suite> Drive> Data Access. The option “Allow users to download, install, and use Google Drive for MAC/PC” should be selected/checked.

Step 3: Check the GMail App settings

This can be checked in Apps> G Suite> GMail> Advanced settings> End User Access. The “Disable POP and IMAP access for all users” should be unchecked.

Step 4: Check the Sites settings

This can be checked in Apps> G Suite> Sites> Access Settings> Sharing Options, options either “Users can share sites outside domain, but will receive a warning each time” or ““Users can share sites outside domain (without any warning)” should be checked.

Step 5: Check the Destination Domain settings

At the destination domain, at least one site should be present prior to migration. If there are no sites at the destination domain, you should create a sample site.

Step 6: Check for valid/active user emails

Make sure all the users listed for migration in both source & destination are valid & active. Aliases should not be given for migration. Only valid user emails.

Step 7: Check for all the necessary services

Make sure all the necessary services (Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Sites and Drive) which you intend to migrate are switched ON for the users at both source & destination domains.

Step 8: Make sure the Syscloud Domain Migration App is installed on both the domains and all the permissions have been granted to it. You can check this in Admin Console> Apps> Marketplace Apps