I have a user here that has about 250,000 emails that are currently in Windows Live Mail. WLM is running extremely slow (for obvious reasons) and I am thinking the best way may be to move him completely to Google Apps for email. He currently has an apps account, but moves emails from the Google IMAP account to a local folder in WLM. I am thinking the best way to get rid of WLM would be to move all local folders and emails back up to Google. Is this a good idea, and if so what would be the best way to move his local folders and messages? In the past I have simply create the folder structure in GA mail then moved chunks of messages at a time up to the IMAP folder. With this quantity of folders and messages I'm afraid that may be a very time consuming task. Is there an automated way to do this and to ensure that every email gets uploaded?
My advice for people using Gmail or Google Apps has always been to avoid using a desktop mail client. Google is designed to be used via the http://www.gmail.com web interface. While it does technically
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