Getting Started with Google Mail (Gmail) and Google Drive
Step 1: Review Requirements and Supported Features
Review the following topics to learn more about the requirements and supported features of Google mail (Gmail) and Google Drive:
Step 2: Review Prerequisites
Review the following prerequisites for Gmail and Google Drive.
- You should have a super admin role to log into your Google enterprise account.
- The IMAP port of the computer with the Cloud Apps package should be open at port 993.
Step 3: Install the Cloud Apps on a Physical Client Where the IMAP Port to imap.gmail.com is Open at 993 for Gmail
Review the following topics to prepare for the installation and to select the installation method that is most appropriate for your environment.
- Plan the Installation on Windows Computers
- Preinstallation Checklist for Cloud Apps
- Installation Methods
Note: Opening the IMAP port at 993 is required only for Gmail backup. To back up Google drive files, it is not required to open port at 993.
Step 4: Configure Your Environment
Before running backup and restore of a user's mailbox and drive data, you are required to perform the following two tasks:
Step 5: Prepare for Your First Backup and Restore
- Open the CommCell Console.
- Configure a storage device.
- Create a storage policy.
- Manually discover user accounts to perform backup operation using the default subclient.
- Optional: Configure the search engine to run content indexing operations on Gmail data and Google Drive data.
Step 6: Run Your First Backup and Restore
Step 7: What to Do Next
- Create user-defined subclients to back up specific user accounts, or content that you need to back up on a separate schedule.
- Auto discover user accounts from a user-defined subclient. For more information, see Enabling Auto Discovery of User Accounts and Auto Discover User Accounts.
- Configure data aging for this Gmail and Google Drive. For more information, see Data Aging - Overview.
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