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  1. Hi Jen, You can go for eDiscovery PST Export Tool (an in-built tool provided by Microsoft itself) to extract Office 365 data items. Since eDiscovery exports all the emails one by one, it could get hectic for you if you have a huge data to export. Also, this approach is quite lengthy, and it can consume a lot of time. Find all the steps of eDiscovery Tool here: https://www.sharepointsky.com/backup-office-365-mailboxes/ As a 2nd method to extract OWA data, I would suggest Office 365 cloud backup tool provided by SysTools. The software is fast, safe and reliable. It quickly exports Outlook 365 emails, attachments, calendars, contacts etc. and lets you save the data in PST and EML formats locally. You can find the software in the official site of SysTools: https://www.systoolsgroup.com/office365-backup/ Choose any of the above two methods as per your convenience. Hope this helps! Best Regards, Paul
  2. Hi Jen, 27 GB is a lot of data to export! If you went exporting it manually, it is surely going to be a hard nut to crack. I would suggest you to go for a reliable third party tool. In my recommendation, SysTools Google Apps Backup tool is one trustworthy software to export and backup G Suite data locally. You can first export your data and then convert it to multiple file formats like, PST, MBOX, MSG and EML. You can find the software here: https://www.systoolsgroup.com/google-apps-email-backup.html Along with that, I would suggest manual method as well. Google Takeout is one such approach to backup and export Google Apps data, but I afraid this way you won't be able to export 27 GB data. However, here is the step-wise tutorial of Google Takeout: https://technodiary365.wordpress.com/2019/02/22/google-apps-backup-google-takeout/
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