Moving Mail from GMAIL back to Exchange 2010..

I have a new client using Gmail as their primary source of mail, they have an exchange server 2010 and they would like to move back to exchange, is it possible to leave mail with gmail and have everything route into exchange? Looking for a simple solution. I have moved mail from exchange but never back to exchange and just want to make sure there is not an easier way than migrating data back..

They prefer the functionality of exchange  with outlook 2010 over gmail.

Thanks in advance.
kevin taylorAsked:
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timgreen7077Exchange EngineerCommented:
" is it possible to leave mail with gmail and have everything route into exchange?"

No unfortunately, if you will be moving back to exchange, you will need to create new mailboxes in exchange for the users, and export the mail from gmail and import into the newly created mailboxes in exchange. There are 3rd party apps that could help with that part of it, or just use Outlook and export the gmail mail data to a pst file, and then import that into exchange.
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
How many users are we talking about?

If it's only a few,  connect outlook to Gmail, PST the mail, change the mail flow back to your the Exchange sever, connect Outlook to Exchange import the PST files

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timgreen7077Exchange EngineerCommented:
See below link for an example of 3rd party software that can help with this is needed also.

https://www.transend.com/scenario/gmail-exchange/
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kevin taylorAuthor Commented:
Pete Long  that was my ultimate method, one problem, calendars on gmail and 6 of the users are webmail only..

total 13 users..
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SysToolsData Expert - Recovery,Backup,MigrationCommented:
Hi,

@kevin: You can try SysTools Gmail Backup software to Export Gmail to PST file format. As soon as you get a PST file you can easily import it to Exchange 2010. Free demo version is made available you can try to test the software.

Visit the official site to download:- https://www.systoolsgroup.com/gmail-backup.html

Or also you can check out our post:- https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/31886/Export-Gmail-Mailbox-To-PST-Mbox-EML-with-SysTools-Gmail-Backup.html

Thanks
Let us know if you find any technical difficulty!!
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
office 365 can import the mail from gmail.https://support.office.com/en-us/article/migrate-g-suite-mailboxes-to-office-365-665dc56c-581c-4e35-8028-6bc1e8497016

users have to import their calendars and contacts manually (export from gmail import to outlook)
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kevin taylorAuthor Commented:
Thank you
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