Updated on August 29th, 2023
Amazon WorkMail is an email and calendaring service developed by Amazon web services. It allows users to smoothly access their emails, contacts, and calendar using the client application of their choice. On the other hand, Gmail is a free email client service offered by Google. It has approximately 1.5 billion users all across the globe. Gmail allows users to send 25 MB of attachments. However, there are many users who want to migrate their data from AWS work email to Gmail due to multiple reasons, but they are unable to do so. Continue reading this post.
Users want to migrate their data into the Gmail email client for a variety of reasons. Some of them are as follows:
These are the reasons why users want to transfer their AWS emails to Gmail. Now, let’s look at the differences between Amazon Workmail and Google Mail.
|Features||Amazon WorkMail||Google Mail (Gmail)|
|Interface||Classic||Professional & Clean|
|Popularity||More Popular||Less Popular|
|Security||More Secure||Less Secure|
|Folder & Label||Labels||No Labels|
The Amazon Mail Converter tool is a comprehensive software that allows you to export AWS WorkMail data into a variety of file formats and email clients. The software includes advanced features that meet all of the needs of the users. It does not harm or damage the file during the conversion process. This utility has a simple layout that enables a simple layout to make the migration easy for everyone.
In this post, we discussed the reasons for and methods for exporting AWS emails to Gmail clients. We also discussed the differences between the two email clients. Finally, we hope that this post has answered your questions about AWS forwarding emails to your Gmail account. Thank you for taking the time to read this post.
About The Author:
Mithilesh Tata is a technical expert who has assisted thousands of clients with Microsoft Outlook and other cloud-based email clients. He enjoys writing on email clients backup as well as email migration. He is always excited about giving troubled readers the most up-to-date knowledge, explanation, and user-friendly solutions.