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Imapsync is an IMAP transfers tool. The purpose of imapsync is to migrate IMAP accounts or to backup IMAP accounts. IMAP is one of the three current standard protocols to access mailboxes, the two others are POP3 and HTTP with webmails, webmails are often tied to an IMAP server. Upstream website is
I'll assume you want to use another domain in the new Workspace account you will create for her. If that's true, just use imapsync to migrate her emails from the current account to the new one. This tool will migrate all emails, labels and attachments. You only need to enable 2FA and create an App Password for both the source and destination account and have IMAP enabled. If you want something simpler, try DMS https://support.google.com/a/answer/9476255?hl=en#zippy=%2Cstep-migrate-email-from-imap-based-webmail-providers
Got Your Back (GYB) is a command line tool for backing up your Gmail messages to your computer using Gmail's API over HTTPS.
the question here is if you own a whol eworkspace or if you are part of something split up. if you are not the superadmin it's difficult... anyway if you only care about emails go for got your back ( https://github.com/GAM-team/got-your-back ) if you need drive data you might try to create a shared drive, share it with your source user and move stuff in there if the license on the source environment allows it.
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