Help! I Need to Backup My Gmail Account!

If you’ve found yourself needing to change your Gmail address because you’ve graduated, or are getting ready to embark on a new career opportunity lately, you may have run into some trouble. Most of us store amazing amounts of important personal information inside our Gmail accounts. Work portfolios, student research projects or papers, even tax documents from the last several years and your important contacts and calendars can be found linked to your Gmail. So what happens when you need to keep all of that information, but can’t necessarily keep your old account? Here’s where it starts to get tricky. You can try going into “settings” on your Gmail account, unfortunately what you will find there is this:

Google account email you cant change this address

So, you can’t actually change your Gmail address. If you’re tech savvy you might try going into the “Advanced” option in your settings to see if there’s any way you can just merge a new Gmail account with your existing one. It all looks good, until you notice this:

Google alternate email address requirements

It doesn’t seem like there’s any way to keep all of your important documents without keeping your Gmail account. But if you’re leaving school or moving on to a new job opportunity, you most likely don’t have the option of keeping your old account open. In order to keep all of that important data, you need to make a backup copy of your Gmail account. If you aren’t in any hurry, have a few days of free time and don’t need your info backed up in a way where it’s easily accessible, you can work you way through the process manually with Google Takeout, but…

I need my backup now!

Deadlines wait for no one and getting a backup of your data in any way that it’s useful to you once you’ve changed your Gmail address can be an extremely time consuming process. There has to be a less backwards way of going about this process, right? So let’s go over what you’re looking for.

  • A complete backup of all the important information in my current Gmail account.
  • A complete and easily accessible copy of that information in my NEW Gmail account.
  • I need it to be done fast, yesterday if possible.

It seems simple, because it is!

Thousands of people just like you have found themselves in this exact situation. Fortunately for all of us, there is now a way to migrate a backup of ALL of your data from your existing Gmail to a new account in a way that leaves it completely accessible to you anytime, anywhere. VaultMe can have your new Gmail account up and running in no time at all with all of your information copied exactly as you had it before. It only takes a few minutes of time on your part and they do the rest.

Here's how you can do it:

  1. Do you want to back up to a Gmail account you already have, or create a new Gmail account to back up to?
  2. Go to
  3. Sign in to the account you want to back up, and the account you want your back up to go to.
  4. Start your copy!